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Worksheet 05: Write an alternative note

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Year of composition
2001
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none
Difficulty
Not applicable (e.g. worksheet)
Genre
Classroom materials
Instrumentation
Worksheets
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Not available
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For use as an aid to learning to read music. You may also find "How Music is Written", "Large Treble Clef Notes" "Large Bass Clef Notes" and "Flash Cards: Treble/Bass Clef" useful (follow the links below).

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