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Reading and writing music – the staff

This is a lesson for beginners which sets the foundations of understand written music.

Remember: it is possible to be both musically literate (i.e. being able to read and write music) AND be able to play by ear and find songs, melodies and chords just by hearing them.
Contrarily to widespread belief those two abilities do not go against each other, but rather support and complement each other. By learning to read, write and play by ear, you will get the best of two worlds, which is what you deserve for the time and work you put in your practice.

Follow the video lesson, then download the FREE practice sheets in PDF:

note recognition treble clef

note recognition bass clef

Plenty of practice is provided for you to learn to recognise notes on the staff quickly and effectively.

When you are done with this lesson, proceed to the next lesson which is going to teach how to find notes on the piano keyboard.

Have fun.



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