Want Updates?



Visit More

Find a Music Teacher
Select Instrument
Your Zip

Or Browse our Opus
Music Teacher Directory 

Free Music Flashcards 

Music Flashcards

General Musical Markings (Italian) Flashcards - Level 1

Musical markings indicate many things about pieces, including indications of tempo, what to do with dynamics, what style to play, and many other characteristic of the piece.  These flashcards display the most commonly used Italian general musical markings and their definitions.  In Level 1, 85 general musical markings are included, such as accelerando... (read more)

 

 

 

General Musical Markings (Italian) Flashcards - Level 2

The next level of general musical marking flashcards display more advanced Italian markings and their definitions than Level 1.  In Level 2, 61 tempo markings are included, such as affettuoso, calando... (read more)

 

 

Music note name flashcards

These flashcards display the most commonly used notes on the bass clef and treble clef, from low C on the bass clef to high C on the treble clef.  Each note is clearly displayed in... (read more)

 

 

 

 

Tempo (Italian) Flashcards - Level 1

Tempo markings are words that indicate the speed of a musical piece.  These flashcards display the most commonly used Italian tempo markings and their definitions.  In Level 1, 14 tempo markings are included, such as grave, largo, adagio, lento, andante... (read more)

 

 

 

Tempo (Italian) Flashcards - Level 2

The next level of tempo flashcards display more advanced Italian tempo markings and their definitions than Level 1.  In Level 2, 11 tempo markings are included, such as larghissimo, lentissimo, adagissimo, larghetto, largamente... (read more)

 

 

 

 

Welcome to free printable music flash cards.  Music flash cards can be a very useful tool in drilling music students on their learning.  Flashcards uses repetition to aid in memorization and can be a very useful learning tactic.  Some students are better visual learners and flashcards can be beneficial in their lessons. 

To use the music flashcards, students can flip through them one by one while reciting the identifying item out loud or to themselves.  Teachers can play timing games and see if students can beat their previous records.  In a group setting, mini races can be held to see who can identify the items the fastest.  You can be as creative as needed!

Our free music flashcards are best used when printed on cardstock paper then cut to uniform size.

You will need Adobe Reader to view these files.  Download Adobe Reader.