While it’s not a requirement, knowing how to read sheet music is a very handy skill. It’s like knowing another language.
A. You MUST play notes on this clef with your right hand.
B. The notes on this clef are likely higher than Middle C.
C. The notes on this clef are likely lower than Middle C.
D. This is a clef for singers, not pianists!
A. Three beats per measure.
B. Three whole notes per measure.
C. Triplets in each measure.
D. Three quarter notes per measure.
A. All Cows Eat Grass
B. Good Boys Deserve Frenchfries Always
C. Every Good Boy Deserves Frenchfries
A. A third
B. A chord
C. A skip
D. Both A and C
A. Stay quiet for the length of a half note.
B. Stay quiet for the length of a whole note.
C. Play a D.
A. Three beats. Always.
B. The note is worth the same number of beats as the dotted note, plus half of its length.
C. It’s a staccato. You play the note very short, like you’re hopping on the keyboard.
D. Hold the note just a little longer than you’re supposed to.
A. Over the Rainbow
B. Ode to Joy
C. Mary Had a Little Lamb
D. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
8. A and B
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