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The best music theory book for self-study at home available today. Learn how to read and write music in 75 concise lessons you can complete at home. Improve your musical ear with ear-training exercises on 2 included CD's. Test yourself in a review section at the end of each unit. Check your knowledge with the answers in the back of the book.
What are Treble Clef Line Notes?
An easier way to remember music notes is to memorize the treble clef line notes.
In order to do this, we need to use a mnemonic device.
This is a trick we can use to help us recall a long series of letters or note names very quickly.
Treble Clef Line Notes
Here are the 5 line notes on the treble clef:
Do you remember how we always start at the bottom of the music staff and work our way up?
We’re going to put that into use right now.
If you start with the bottom line “E” and move up the staff, we can use a few different sayings to help us remember the letter names of each line note in the order they appear.
E – G – B – D – F
Most people are familiar with the “Every-Good-Boy-Does-Fine” mnemonic, but what about some others?
It doesn’t matter which one you use. Just pick your favorite to memorize and use it as a tool for remembering the treble clef line notes.
Next up are the treble clef space notes…Treble Clef Space Notes – Reading Music Lesson #11
Music Note Flash Cards for Extra Practice
Beginner music theory color-coded flashcards. This affordable set includes all music notes, terms, and symbols needed in the first 2 years of piano lessons.
The first set (Set A) of 120 color-coded music flash cards for beginning piano students. Included are music notes, ledger line notes, symbols, rhythm patterns, and note sight-reading patterns that include melodic intervals and harmonic intervals.
The second set of music flash cards (Set B) for piano students from Hal Leonard. This set includes 120 color-coded cards that include scales, chord progressions, music terms, key signatures, intervals, and rhythm patterns. Perfect for late beginner to intermediate level piano study. Use Set A for beginners.
A portable laminated set of treble and bass clef music note flashcards to help you learn music notation faster. This mini set on-a-ring is appropriate for vocal and instrumental beginners reading the treble clef and bass clef music notes. They fit easily in your pocket, backpack, tote bag, or instrument case.
A portable set of color coded 3"x2" treble clef and bass clef note reading flashcards for beginners of all instruments or voice. This set of 72 cards also includes sharps, flats, and naturals.
Music note name flash cards in a fun book designed as a music reading game. Included are both treble clef and bass clef notes. Practice note reading by yourself or with a partner.
A mega set of music theory flash cards for beginner to intermediate level music study on any instrument. Included in the 5 packs of 3"x2" double-sided cards are treble and bass clef note names, major and minor scales, triad chords, seventh chords, and major and minor key signatures.
A set of 100 music note flash cards for beginning piano students. Included are both the treble clef and bass clef notes on the front of each card with the corresponding piano key on the back. Learn to read music note names and where they are located on the piano at the same time.
A total of 72 cards featuring grand staff treble clef and bass clef notes, key signatures, intervals, and music symbols. The answers are included on the back. A great learning tool for beginner to intermediate piano players.
This all-in-one flashcard teaches the names of the music notes and where they are located on the grand staff. Ledger line notes are included. This is a great tool for beginner piano players learning how to read music.