Saturday, February 12, 2011
Twinkle, Twinkle in 3 keys
There are 14 different key signatures that can be used to write music. This may seem like a daunting fact as you are learning to read music, but the cool thing is that you only need to know what the tonic note is and then you can sing all the notes in relation to the tonic regardless of how many sharps or flats are in the key signature. You'll see what I mean in today's lesson. Print out today's worksheet and have a pencil handy as you listen to the lesson. Don't forget to keep practicing the scale exercises. Here is the answer sheet for today's lesson.