Worksheet 17: Scales and Key Signatures

Composer
Year of composition
2001
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Not applicable (e.g. worksheet)
Genre
Other
Instrumentation
Worksheets
Instrumental parts
Not available
Related scores
Worksheet 20: Tonic Triads, Helpsheet: Scales of A, E & D Melodic Minor, Worksheet 17b: Name the Notes (accidentals), Worksheet 21: Compose An Answering Rhythm, Helpsheet: Tonic Triads, Helpsheet: Notes and their (American) Time Names, Helpsheet: Large Bass Clef Notes, Helpsheet: Large Treble Clef Notes, Worksheet 03: Name these Notes, Worksheet 16: Semitones and Tones, Helpsheet: How Music is Written, Helpsheet: Accidentals, Flash Cards: Treble/Bass (reverse), Worksheet 04: Draw a clef, Helpsheet: Time Value Chart (English), Helpsheet: Rests, Worksheet 14: Name the black keys, Worksheet 05: Write an alternative note, Helpsheet: Time Value Chart (American), Helpsheet: Sharps and Flats, Helpsheet: Grouping Notes Together, Helpsheet: Tied Notes and Dotted Notes, Helpsheet: Scales of A, E & D Harmonic Minor, Worksheet 10: Ties and Dots, Worksheet 12: Add bar lines, Flash Cards: Leger Lines, Worksheet 15: Accidentals, Flash Cards: Leger Lines (reverse), Worksheet 15b: Accidentals - add a note, Worksheet 11b: Add a Rest, Flash Cards: Symbols, Worksheet 22: General Questions, Flash Cards: Treble/Bass Clef, Helpsheet: How to Write Notes, Worksheet 11: Drawing Rests, Worksheet 06: Notes and their Time Names, Worksheet 04b: Draw a Clef, Worksheet 03b: Name the Notes, Helpsheet: Time Value Chart (demisemiquavers), Helpsheet: Stem Direction of Beamed Notes, Helpsheet: More About Time Signatures, Helpsheet: More About Grouping Notes Together, Helpsheet: Major Scales of C, G, D and F, Helpsheet: Keys and Key Signatures, Helpsheet: Italian Musical Terms, Flash Cards: Terms & Signs (reverse), Flash Cards: Key Signatures (reverse) and Flash Cards: Key Signatures

You may find "Helpsheet: Scales" and "Helpsheet: Keys and Key Signatures" useful (follow the links below).

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