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Free Music Theory Worksheets - Page 2

Comprehensive Self-Learning Sheets in Progressive Difficulty

 

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Lesson 10: 3/4 Time Signature

Lesson 11: 2/4 Time Signature

Lesson 12: Eighth Notes

Introduction to the dotted half note and how to read the 3/4 time signature.
Introduction to the eighth note and how to read the 2/4 time signature.

More practice with counting eighth notes.

 

 

Lesson 13: Eighth Rests

Lesson 14: Dotted Quarter Notes

Lesson 15: Ties and Slurs

How to draw and count eighth rests.
How to draw and count dotted quarter notes. Learning about ties and slurs.

 

Lesson 16: Flats

Lesson 17: Sharps

Lesson 18: Half Steps and Whole Steps

What a flat represents and how to draw them.
What a sharp represents and how to draw them. Teaches about half steps and whole steps.e we.

 

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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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