Music Theory: Keyboard & Staff

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Many students find studying music theory easier when they engage with music kinesthetically. In other words, physically creating sounds by playing a musical instrument (such as the piano) helps students to better visualize and audiate the music they are writing down or studying. This in turn allows students to understand the relationship between different pitches more quickly.
myViewBoard Originals - Music theory: Keyboard & Staff were designed to provide students and teachers this original content with opportunities to review and strengthen knowledge and understanding of a music note placement in relationship to its position on the keyboard and encourage students to explore playing music along with a variety of tunes.



Instructions

🎼 Begin with Video-assisted Learning to help learn the names of keys on the keyboard.
🎼 Match the corresponding pitch name and solfege name that are shown on the staff.
🎼 Match notes to the corresponding pitch name and understand the meaning of key signature.
🎼 Use piano keyboard to memorize the pitch name and understand the placement of a note on the staff in relationship to its position on the keyboard.
🎼 Gamification: Playing musical note names monopoly game to let students recognize the pitch name corresponding to the placement of the staff and keyboard.

🎹 Play piano online! Piano Keyboard Game - Basic to play Lightly Row.
🎹 Play piano online! Piano Keyboard Game - Advanced to make your own songs.

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