Music Theory 1: Musical Symbols


A basic keyboard knowledge is helpful for any student learning music, whether it is vocal, or instrumental. Studying a treble or bass instrument (violin, tuba, etc.), requires a knowledge of one clef – treble or bass clef. Learning how to read both clefs broadens a students understanding of music. An in depth study of music theory enhances a student’s knowledge base and makes them a better musician. Not only do they understand how music is written but their practice and performing is enriched.

This packet can be used to teach 8 and older students. Every student learns at their own pace – what works for one may not for another. Each packet builds upon the previous one with constant review pages at the end of each packet.

If you like this packet you might enjoy Beginning Musical Notation Packet and Beginning Piano Theory.



Music Theory 1: Musical Symbols includes:

• Musical Symbols
• Notes – Quarter note, Half note, Whole note and Eighth note
• Lines & Spaces
• The Grand Staff – Treble clef, Bass Clef and bar lines
• Repeat Sign
• Dotted notes & rhythm
• Flash cards of Quarter notes, Half notes, Whole notes and Eighth notes
• Writing assignments for each section and symbol
• Musical symbols review sheet
• Answer Key


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