Music Theory Resources
Music Theory Resources
Handouts for note reading, keys, intervals, and other music fundamentals.
Printable lines and spaces pdf. Includes treble, bass, alto and tenor clefs.
Printable grand staff and piano keyboard pdf, with notes labeled from C2 - C6
Rules for identifying key signatures, and all key signatures in treble and bass clef.
Printable Circle of Fifths, with both Major and minor keys, the order of sharps and flats, and key signatures drawn on the grand staff.
Handouts for teaching rhythm reading and counting.
The rhythm tree for notes in simple times, from whole to 32nd notes.
The 1-ti-te-ta (Eastman) counting system for simple and compound time.
The Gordon Rhythmic Solfege counting system for simple and compound time.
Counting quarters, halves, wholes and dotted halves in 2/4, 3/4 and 4/4 time.
Counting eighth and dotted quarter notes and rests in 2/4, 3/4 and 4/4 time.
Counting rhythms with eighth note syncopation in 2/4, 3/4 and 4/4 time.
Staff Paper for Music Theory Note Taking
Designed for the music theory classroom, our printable manuscript/staff paper includes space to take notes and a piano keyboard. It's also great for use in private music lessons!
Staff paper with a piano on the top, and space to the right for note taking.
Staff paper with a piano on the bottom, and space to the right for note taking.
Staff paper with space for notes on top and a piano on the bottom.
Staff paper with a space for notes in the middle, and a piano on bottom.
Staff paper with a piano in the middle, and space for notes below.
Staff paper with eight large staves, good for young or beginner students.
Downloadable Kodaly/Curwen solfege hand sign font for creating your own materials.
Send a solfege meme to a friend, or use it to make creative assignments for students!
Practice exercises for clefs, scales, intervals, triads, roman numerals, rhythm, ear training, and more.
Experience chords in different temperaments with this just-intonation keyboard.
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