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Talley Middle School Strings Event Calendar!
Flashnote Derby is a fun way for students to learn and practice reading music notes.
Each race is a timed test in which the student identifies different notes in order to urge their horse on towards the finish line. Answering quickly and correctly will cause their horse to gain ground, while incorrect answers will cause it to fall behind. At the end of the race, students can review the notes they missed and see the correct answers.
StaffWars is a game designed to help beginning and intermediate musicians learn, practice and woodshed the note names on the grand staff, treble, alto and bass clefs. THE APP for anyone who wants to master these clefs.
insTuner Free - The BEST, FREE, INTUITIVE Chromatic Tuner!
insTuner is a chromatic tuner that helps you tune instruments quickly and accurately.
Earpeggio -Become a better musician! Master the identification of intervals, chords, scales and rhythms solely by hearing them. Earpeggio is an ear training app which lets you improve your musical hearing.
Earpeggio provides ten different exercises, including:
Interval identification, Chord identification, Chord progressions, Melody dictation, Rhythm dictation
Once you are bored with exercising, try taking the tests and see what your limits are. The broad statistics give you meaningful insights on your progress and help you achieve your goals.
Fingering Strings for iphone
The highest rated and most comprehensive fingering guide available for Violin, Viola, Cello and Double Bass (Simandl and Rabbath positions). Includes double stops! Decide which hand position would be best for the interval or passage. Instantly switch between written note and piano key at the touch of a button.
• Hand Positions: 15 positions on the Violin, 15 positions on the Viola, 16 positions on the Cello, and 12 Simandl positions or 6 Rabbath positions on the Double Bass.
• Display "beginner tape" on the fingerboard as well as string names and colors.
• Notate one or two notes in Treble, Alto, Tenor or Bass clef.
How to Use: Pick a written note (touch the staff) and have the fingering displayed and concert pitch played. Touch a button and reveal the note on the piano.