As freemusiced.org is growing, and the podcast is finding its audience, I have decided to split the blog into several blogs. We now have the FreeMusicEd Blog as well as Gannon's Blog and Stephen's Blog. I will put site updates on the FreeMusicEd Blog and Gannon and I will put personal articles on the others. I hope this will make finding content easier. More to come!
Go to this website and check out this amazing design for an awesome Music Theory Board Game:
So much going on lately. While I'm not sure anyone reads this website, I'm certainly having enough fun!
Also, I made a graph on a thought I had this morning thinking about guitar:
I've just begun developing a rhythm teaching resource for classroom teachers.
This free resource has three elements:
1. Demonstration rhythms that you practice counting with the class.
2. Worksheets for practice labeling and counting rhythms.
3. A practice grid to put together measures.
Check it out:
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Alright, we have added the a clarinet fingering chart. Feel free to enjoy and use!
Clarinet Fingering Chart
Hello! I've added a video explaining enharmonics to the website. This is hopefully the first of many videos explaining music theory concepts.