LilyPond – Music notation for everyone: LilyPond... music notation for everyone Tiny Ear Trainer Tiny Ear Trainer is a tiny piece of software that helps you to recognize musical intervals. Tiny Ear Trainer is free/opensource software written for the GNU/Linux operating system. Features Associates colors to intervalsFeatures learning mode which plays interval together with color and namePlays harmonic or melodic intervalsUses fluidsynth/soundfonts for playbackUses Python/GTKIs tiny! Screenshots Warning This is still beta quality software and might not work as expected! Download tinyeartrainer-0.1.0.tar.gz (40 kb) Packages tinyeartrainer_0.1.0-1_i386.deb (Ubuntu/Debian) Usage Start Tiny Ear Trainer and open the preferences, select the intervals you wish to train (for beginners a major third, fifth and seventh would be a good start). Development You can find the latest development version in this git repository: Feedback I'm very interested in feedback. Alternatives GNU Solfege is a far more powerful alternative to tiny ear trainer.
Frescobaldi: Edit LilyPond sheet music with ease! Ear training online and mobile | Pitchimprover 6 Open Source Software Projects of (Musical) Notation As it's been pointed out before, there seems to be a sizable overlap between open source hardware and software enthusiasts and amateur musicians. And while some of you are making music through the tried-and-true "let's see what that button does" method, there are a few of you who might be interested in composing music the old-fashioned way -- digitally producing paper-based music sheets. Whether you're writing music for the guitar, learning how to improvise jazz solos, or writing entire music scores, chances are that one of the pieces of open source software listed below can make the process a little easier. Generalized Music Notation Software If you're interested in arranging, composing, or transcribing music, these might be good resources to keep handy. Denemo: Denemo is a music notation program that lets you input music using the number pad on your keyboard and then edit it using your mouse. Guitar-Specific Notation Software Music Theory Software
Métronimo, site sur la musique : logiciels pour apprendre le solfège, la musique, le rythme, jeux, dictées musicales, dictionnaires, partitions gratuites, musiques MIDI, annuaires, images, boutique en ligne... FluidSynth Creative solfege - Креативное сольфеджио Sight-reading Caravaggio's Rest on the Flight into Egypt (1594–96) Terminology Sight-reading Authors in music literature commonly use the term "sight-reading" generically for "the ability to read and produce both instrumental and vocal music at first sight ... the conversion of musical information from sight to sound" (Udtaisuk 2005). Udtaisuk and some other authors prefer the use of the more specific terms "sight-playing" and "sight-singing" where applicable. This differentiation leaves a third more restricted use of the term "sight-reading" for the silent reading of music without creating sound by instrument or voice. Highly skilled musicians can sight-read silently; that is, they can look at the printed music and hear it in their heads without playing or singing; see Audiation. The term "a prima vista" is also used, as Italian words and phrases are commonly used in music and music notation. Sight transposition Sight-playing Sight-singing Psychology Pedagogy
Bibliothèque numérique mondiale Rosegarden: music software for Linux