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3. Accidentals Exercises

Grade One Music Theory Exercises - Lesson 3: Accidentals Exercises

Suitable for:  ABRSM Grade 1   Trinity Grade 1   GCSE   AP Music Theory Beginners 

 

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1. For each pair of notes, circle the one which is higher.

higher-note 0 0higher-note 0 1higher-note 0 2higher-note 0 3higher-note 0 4higher-note 0 5

 

2. For each pair of notes, circle the one which is lower.

lower-note 0 0lower-note 0 1lower-note 0 2lower-note 0 3lower-note 0 4lower-note 0 5

 

Barlines and Accidentals

3. Circle every A flat in this extract.

circle-a-flats

 

4. Circle every C sharp in this extract.

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