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Online Level-Based Note Naming Flash Cards

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We all know that music reading takes practice and simple memorization of what each note looks like on the staff. But, what holds many students back is the speed that they can recognize and play notes. 


 I’ve created a few handy exercises for orchestra students and have created three sequential levels. (I encourage You To Go Through All Three Levels). The bronze level notes are in the Key of D Major, and the silver level adds the notes on the G string (A string for double bass), and the gold level are all notes on all strings in first position. 


Bronze Level
(Notes in the D Major Scale)

You should be able to complete at least 50 in a row with no mistakes before going on to the silver level.

VIOLIN | VIOLA | CELLO & BASS



You should be able to complete at least 75 in a row with no mistakes before going on to the gold level.

VIOLIN | VIOLA | CELLO | BASS – D major scale plus A string notes


Gold Level
(Notes on all four strings!)

You should be able to complete at least 100 in a row with no mistakes before calling yourself a note naming wiz!

VIOLIN | VIOLA | CELLO | BASS


Titanium Level
(Notes in upper position)

VIOLIN | VIOLA| CELLO | BASS

Violas Only!
(Learn to read notes in treble clef!!)

TREBLE CLEF EXERCISES for VIOLA

Cellos Only!
(Learn to read notes in tenor clef!)

TENOR CLEF EXERCISES for CELLO





Music Notes Tutorial

The three tier note execise was created to be user friendly. In the event you get stuck wile trying to navigate the site here is a quck video ttrial.