This is the high notes’ answer to “All About That Bass (Clef)“. This video teaches the lines and space notes of the treble clef.
When my students are first working with the Grand Staff, they are often confused about the placement of the various clefs. In piano music, we generally use only the G-clef (Treble clef – not “trouble clef” as some think!) and the F-clef (Bass clef) I try to show students how the curvy part of the […]
Reminder! NO lessons August 13-27. They will resume Thursday, August 28, 2020 If you forget, Mimi and Mom will be here to check your theory assignments 🙂
I have several copies of this book for the music studio so parents can check it out to see if it would be useful for them to buy for home use. If any of the studio parents have this book already, please let me know what you think. Some of my adult students have […]
John Cage 4’33”
As all my students know, I teach theory with all piano and organ lessons. Sometimes, it’s from a theory book that matches a lesson book, sometimes on the fly on an “as needed” basis. This book looks like it would be interesting to use as a review or to look ahead and see what’s […]
PDF Article on Scales and Arpeggios In music, a scale is any set of musical notes ordered by fundamental frequency or pitch. An arpeggio (it. /arˈpeddʒo/) is a musical technique where notes in a chord are played or sung in sequence, one after the other, rather than being played together like a chord. This word […]