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1. Notes, Rests & Ledger Lines Exercises

Grade Two Music Theory Lesson 1: Notes, Rests and Ledger Lines Exercises

Suitable for:  ABRSM Grade 2   Trinity Grade 2   GCSE   AP Music Theory Beginners 

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Note Names

1. What are the names of these notes (treble clef)?


ledger-lines-treble-clef 0 0ledger-lines-treble-clef 0 1ledger-lines-treble-clef 0 2ledger-lines-treble-clef 0 3ledger-lines-treble-clef 0 4ledger-lines-treble-clef 0 5ledger-lines-treble-clef 0 6ledger-lines-treble-clef 0 7ledger-lines-treble-clef 0 8


2. What are the names of these notes (bass clef)?


ledger-lines-bass-clef 0 0ledger-lines-bass-clef 0 1ledger-lines-bass-clef 0 2ledger-lines-bass-clef 0 3ledger-lines-bass-clef 0 4ledger-lines-bass-clef 0 5ledger-lines-bass-clef 0 6ledger-lines-bass-clef 0 7ledger-lines-bass-clef 0 8

Highest and Lowest

3. Name the highest and the lowest note in each of these melodies.


Name the highest and lowest note 1


Name the highest and lowest note 2


Name the highest and lowest note 3


Add the missing rests to this melody, at the places marked with a star.

add-rests 0 0add-rests 0 1add-rests 0 2add-rests 0 3add-rests 0 4add-rests 0 5




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