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Music Naming Speed Tests

 

Note Name Speed Test A
(100 Notes)

Note Name Speed Test B
(100 Notes) 

Note Name Speed Test C
(100 Notes) 

Tests how long it takes to name 100 notes.  No ledger line notes included.
Another version of the 100 note speed test.  Up to 2 ledger lines included. 
A 3rd version of the 100 note speed test.  Up to 3 ledger lines included.

 

 

 

Note Name Speed Test
(50 Notes)

Note Name Speed Test
(20 Notes)

Interval Speed Test
(55 Intervals)

 

 

 

Tests how long it takes to name 50 notes.  No ledger line notes included. Tests how long it takes to name 50 notes.  Mainly stays in C position.

Tests how quickly you can identify musical intervals.

 

If you are a music teacher, I would highly recommend the following book, which includes reproducible music quizzes you can use for your students.

60 Music Quizzes (For Theory & Reading)

Just what the titles says: 60 one-page quizzes on a variety of subjects related to beginning music theory and reading. Includes sections on "The Basics," "Rhythm," "Note Names," "Key Signatures," "Musical Symbols and Terms," "Time Signatures," "Keyboard Identification," and "Musical Puzzles." Perfect for student assessment. Recommended for grades 3 and up. 100% reproducible.

Go to 60 Music Quizzes (For Theory & Reading).

 

 

Welcome to free printable music theory worksheets for music students. Music theory is the study of the language and notation of music.  It is important for music students to study music theory because it identifies the composer's techniques in structure, rhythm, harmony, texture, and many other elements of music.  It allows one to become a more well-rounded and comprehensive musician. 

Over time, we hope to add worksheets that teach music concepts, music speed tests, and homework assignments for music students.  These worksheets can be used in private music lessons, classrooms, group lessons, or for self-learners.  The handouts can also be used to reiterate music theory concepts learned during lessons, assigned as homework, or serve as practice tests when preparing for state music exams.

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