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#2121455 - 07/22/13 10:21 AM What's that website where a student gets drilled in....
riley80 Offline
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Registered: 08/03/08
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sight reading? I found it once and now just can't find it. It shows a staff and a keyboard, then the student plunks the mouse on what he thinks is the correct key and so on. I need to tell a teaching friend who has a kid who can memorize like mad, but struggles to read, esp bass clef. Please help. I think the increasing pace of the drill will tantalize the kid, as I remember it had a speed control too and rates his results.

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#2121466 - 07/22/13 10:42 AM Re: What's that website where a student gets drilled in.... [Re: riley80]
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musictheory.net smile

I need to do this as well... that F clef as a prior violinist gives me so much trouble compared to the treble haha


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#2121496 - 07/22/13 12:25 PM Re: What's that website where a student gets drilled in.... [Re: riley80]
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For anyone looking for more drills and exercises, I assign some of the quizzes at this site to my students.

http://www.musictechteacher.com/music_quizzes/music_quizzes.htm

Anyone have any other resources like this? I am always looking for this kind of stuff.
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#2121552 - 07/22/13 03:08 PM Re: What's that website where a student gets drilled in.... [Re: Sweet06]
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Just what I wanted. Thanks.

I took some of the drills - got 100% on the note id and key id, but bombed on the chord ident. It only lets you hear it once and I need a ton more time. The chord drills are just what *I* need.

I struggled to get about 60% on the interval id and the scale ID? Agh - how does anyone ever recognize those?

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#2121659 - 07/22/13 08:43 PM Re: What's that website where a student gets drilled in.... [Re: riley80]
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Oh man.
I am always wishing to read bass clef better. My accuracy is okay, but my pace is glacial.
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