How To Read Music Notes

Learning to read notes is like learning to read. You start learning your musical alphabet (A - B - C - D - E - F - G). You then learn the differences between treble clef and bass clef. After that comes (Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge), FACE, (Good Boys Do Fine Always) and (All Cows Eat Grass). You are then well on your way to learning the notes on the staff. 

Sometimes having a tool to assist you is all you need to jumpstart your learning process. That's what I have for you today. I want to provide you with a worksheet that you can use over and over to learn the notes on both the treble clef as well as the bass clef. 

You will want to use many tools along your path, so download this and add it to your tool belt. 

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