I created this particular sheet music to introduce playing a simple and familiar piece requested by one of my young students. It uses notes (without the staff) and quarter and half notes. It is also color coded to aid in the student in quickly seeing which note is to be played. I haven’t decided ifContinue reading “Freebie of the Week! Young Beginner Sheet Music”
Hey everyone. It’s been awhile – things have been SUPER busy for me these last few weeks. However, I had time to create a simple version of Good King Wenceslas per a student request last night, so I thought I’d pass it along to you. This version is meant to complete the excerpted version includedContinue reading “Free Christmas Sheet Music: Good King Wenceslas”
Hi everyone! Happy Friday! Today, I’ve decided to share another one of my Czerny rewrites. This one is similar to the last one – it’s all in bass clef to help intermediate students focus on bass clef reading. Again, let me know what your strategies are for dealing with bass clef reading. I have severalContinue reading “New Bass Clef study: Czerny No. 7 from the Little Pianist”
I have a few students that struggle with reading bass clef despite being at an intermediate level of proficiency technically. To help the boost their bass clef reading skills, I’ve rewritten this Czerny etude from the Little Pianist in only bass clef. It seems to be helping. Here is a copy of the original etudeContinue reading “Bass Clef Focus: Czerny Op. 823 Rewritten”
New free sheet music!. It’s available for download on my website here. Hopefully, I’ll have time to do an instructional video to accompany it soon too.
Here’s my second stab at drafting music using nothing but MS Word and the Musiqwik font. No too bad really. This is great for students who need to read notes in the higher register and who haven’t learned complicated rhythms yet. However, it also uses tied notes, so you’ll have to introduce that concept toContinue reading “Free music! My Heart Will Go On from Titanic”