Note Names Exercises

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Last week, I introduced the first of a series of custom music exercises I will be building from the tools over at musictheory.net. These exercises are all free and should work in any web browser on any computer or mobile device.

The following exercises are Note Names exercises specifically for my students needs. I hope they will also be helpful to you and anyone who comes across this site.

Directions:
1. Choose your appropriate skill level below
2. Study the note on the musical staff
3. Select the correct letter name

Note Names Beginner Treble Clef With Hints

Note Names Beginner Treble Clef (No Hints)

More exercises coming soon! Bookmark this page and come back later.

The above exercises are excellent for learning note names in sheet music. Learning the note names on the staff will help you play practically any musical instrument. Here are some examples of pitched instruments which use musical notation:

Woodwind Instruments such as Bassoon, Clarinet, English Horn, Fife, Flute, Oboe, Piccolo, Recorder, Saxophone, Bagpipes, and Harmonica; Brass Instruments such as Baritone Horn, Cornet, Euphonium, Flugelhorn, French Horn, Mellophone, Sousaphone, Trombone, Trumpet, and Tuba; Keyboard Instruments such as Accordion, Clavichord, Harpsichord, Keyboard, Piano, Organ, and Synthesizer; String Instruments such as Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Bass Guitar, Cello, Charango, Classical Guitar, Cuatro, Double Bass, Dulcimer, Electric Guitar, Fiddle, Harp, Mandolin, Ukelele, Viola, Violin, and Zither; and Pitched Percussion such as a Hang Drum, Handpan, Marimba, Steel Drum, Vibraphone, and Xylophone

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