New Google Doc Add-on Vex-Tab Music Notation + Free Worksheet

I was browsing on reddit as I am sometimes wont to do, and I learned about the new and exciting music notation tool for Google Docs.  For those of you not familiar with Google Docs, think of it as basically a free version of Microsoft Office provided by Google.  One significant difference between Google DocsContinue reading “New Google Doc Add-on Vex-Tab Music Notation + Free Worksheet”

Free music! My Heart Will Go On from Titanic

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”

Music as visual art

Check this out from Twisted Sifter: People Too are an amazing Russian artist duo best known for their incredible paper craft. Hailing from Novosibirsk, they chronicle their wonderful projects on Live Journal (http://peopletoo.livejournal.com/), where you can really get a sense of their artistry and skill with paper. However in the series below, People Too bringContinue reading “Music as visual art”

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