Music Theory - The Cycle of Fifths
Sharp Key Signatures
Flat Key Signatures
*Enharmonic equivalent means when a note has more than one name. In other words it is when two or more different note names refer to exactly the same pitch. For example, an F sharp is exactly the same note or key on the piano as a G flat. F sharp and G flat are enharmonic equivalents. Another example would be B flat and A sharp.
Intervals Worksheet and Model Answers
PDF download of intervals worksheet with explanation of how to work out the intervals, and a separate PDF with the model answers.
Flash Cards - Musical Word Spelling Game
PDF download. Fun note naming theory game for children to improve their music reading.
Flash Cards for Adults and Children - Note Naming
PDF download. Learn to read music, or improve your music reading skills with these flash cards for practising note naming.
Major and Minor Key Signatures Worksheet and Model Answers
PDF download. Worksheet - name the key and rewrite with key signatures instead of accidentals. Model answers sheet also included.
Flash Cards - Piano Keyboard Intervals
PDF download of flashcards for naming intervals on the piano keyboard.
Music Manuscript Staff Paper Template - Free
Free PDF download of music manuscript staff paper, two different types - portrait and landscape.
Flash Cards and Chord Chart - Roman Numeral Chords - Primary Triads in Every Major Key
Keyboard Note Naming Flash Cards - Free
Free PDF download of piano keyboard note naming flash cards.