Practice

Free Xylophone / Glockenspiel App to Practice Without an Instrument

At Open School this year, Red, Silver and Yellow clusters are learning the keyboard percussion! Learning any instrument takes hard work. And, I would love for all of my students to have the opportunity to practice at home. While there are several great glockenspiels that are available for just $25-$40, even the cheapest keyboard percussion instrument […]

Using the MuseScore App to Learn Music Faster

I have wrote before about the amazing free MuseScore program for music notation. With it, you can write sheet music and advanced musical scores on your computer for absolutely no cost. It’s 100% free and incredibly rubust. For just $2, you can take MuseScore with you on your mobile device. It is currently available in […]

Real Ukulele App from Gismart

At Open School this year, the Blue and Purple Clusters are learning the ukulele! Learning any instrument takes hard work. And, I would love for all of my students to have the opportunity to practice at home. Ukuleles are not at all the most expensive instrument. In this post, I have listed suggestions that are […]

Note Names Beginner Treble Clef With Hints

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 […]

Piano Keys Names Intermediate Flats

The great people at musictheory.net have put together some excellent free exercises for learning and practicing musical concepts. The following are some custom Piano Key exercises I have built with their tools specifically for my students needs. I hope they will be helpful to you and anyone who comes across this site. Directions: 1. Choose […]