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Music Quizzes, Games, Pianos, Worksheets

Music Quizzes, Games, Pianos, Worksheets
Music Quizzes, Games, Worksheets and Music Theory by Ms. Garrett Scroll down the page to play elementary and middle school level quizzes, puzzles and games about music notes, rhythms, instruments, composers, and more. PLEASE NOTE: I have already updated 60 of the quizzes below, along with the rest of my site. Please update your links, as many of the quiz links have changed. Some of the FLASH quizzes were made with software that is no longer produced, so it will not be possible to update those games for mobile devices. Sign up for your own website at Bluehost! Help Support this Site... My jewelry site BeadsByKarenG.com The Music Tech Teacher website is a non-profit, personal educational site. Programs used to create the Quizzes: Articulate Storyline, Construct 3, Javascript, Hot Potatoes Adobe Flash Pro (Most will be converted to HTML5) Flash Only - Cannot Update C3 SoftWorks, Bravo C3 SoftWorks, Pronto ContentGenerator.net, Fling the Teacher ContentGenerator.net, Penalty Shootout

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Elementary Aural Skills Placement Examination This examination tests general knowledge and skills in the area of aural skills. The actual exam must be completed within 30 minutes and will be graded with PASS or FAIL. For this practice exam, you may play each example as many times as you wish. In the actual exam each passage will only be played five times. Click the “Play Example” button to hear the audio. The Fox Is Black & Bach's Cantata 147, 'Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring' Played On a Giant Wooden Xylophone In a Forest This is probably the largest, least creative title for a post ever, but it’s also one of the most descriptive as well. The video is a commercial by DOCOMO for the Touch Wood SH-08C, a limited edition phone of which there are only 15,000 being made. But honestly I could care less about the phone, this commercial is a thousand times more cool.

SonicFit- Exercises for Ear Training and Aural Skills Ear Training and Aural Skills Exercises Ear training exercises help to develop a musicians aural skills and musicianship. For more on these terms, be sure to read the page Ear Training, Aural Skills and Musicianship. Through aural skills development, musicians are able to fully comprehend the music theory of the sounds that they hear.

Virtual Piano Chord Finder Join Our Facebook Group... "Your entire site is simply fantastic. I really loved it. Now I am learning the basics of piano by myself, with your really great help. SonicFit- Exercises for Ear Training and Aural Skills Ear Training and Aural Skills Exercises Ear training exercises help to develop a musicians aural skills and musicianship. For more on these terms, be sure to read the page Ear Training, Aural Skills and Musicianship. Through aural skills development, musicians are able to fully comprehend the music theory of the sounds that they hear. A well trained ear is able to write down music that is played, and can ‘hear’ written music without having to play it out loud. The lessons found under the lessons tab above offer a comprehensive curriculum for learning music fundamentals and theory, including the ear training necessary to grasp these concepts in the sound itself, not just in written form.

Pocket Piano Chord Name Finder with Sound Find the name of any chord! Just move your mouse over a note position on the keyboard and click on it to include the note in the chord.If you click on a note already in place... it will remove it (when you click notes in and out on the keyboard the "Key, Chords and Modes" drop downs are irrelevant). Key, Chords and Modes drop downs ...If you click in a select box for key, chord or scale it displays correct notes and fingering.If you double click without moving the mouse cursor arrow, the textbox will become highlighted and then you can use the up and down arrows of the keyboard (the one you type on) to change key, chord and scale variations. Modes will only come into effect when clicked on and will use whatever key you select.

sonicFit Sight singing is the ability to sing musical notation without the aid of an instrument. Sight singing is often called by the name sight reading, and includes the ability to audiate the notation, that is, to hear it in one’s head. Sight reading sometimes refers to the ability to play music notation proficiently on an instrument upon seeing it for the first time without the need to practice it. Unfortunately, this other meaning includes no assumption of aural ability, as the skills required are knowing which keys need to be pressed or other physical processes executed. The meaning of "sight reading" is contextual- if you are referring to aural skills, musicianship, or ear training, then the meaning assumes full aural comprehension of the material.

Rhythm Lessons Lesson 2: Learning Meter Learning Objective: Children will be able to clap different meters. It is important to learn about meters because understanding a meter is one of the beginning steps to reading music. John Murphy - ear training interview Following is an interview I conducted with John Murphy, a professor in the jazz studies program at the University of North Texas (UNT). As you'll read below, the interview focuses on his thoughts about ear training and its role in jazz education at UNT. I really value John's insight and would like to thank him for his contribution to this website and, more importantly, to jazz education. Thanks, John!

FREE! Ear Training Software · Joe Hubbard Bass Please follow these instructions to download the software:1. Click DOWNLOAD NOW 2. A window should appear that prompts you to either Open or Save the program; click “Save” 3. Another window should appear where you can assign where you want to save the file, for example: your Desktop; assign location where you want to save the file and then click “Save” 4. It comes in a Zip File called FET_Basic_Setup 5. ABRSM: Mock aural tests A single set of mock tests for each grade, taken from ABRSM’s Specimen Aural Tests volumes, is available from this website as a free audio download, to help prepare candidates for what to expect in the exam. Answers are given on the audio download for any parts of tests that require a spoken response (except for Test 8D, for which a written description of the piece is provided as a PDF file). For tests that require a sung response there is an opportunity to check the response on the audio download. An answer space is provided, but if extra thinking time is required simply pause the recording. In some cases there are other ways of responding that would be equally successful, so the answers should only be used as a guide. It should also be noted that in an exam the examiner will not provide answers.

School of Music All graduate music students are expected to demonstrate a competency with aural skills relevant to functional tonal music. To pass the exam you need to be comfortable with hearing and identifying functional chromaticism in both melody and harmony. For melody this means that you need to be able to hear and identify chromatic embellishments and modal mixture. Harmonically you need to be able to hear and identify applied harmonies (secondary dominants), modal mixture harmonies, and altered harmonies (Neapolitan chords and Augmented 6th chords).

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