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Musical Intervals Worksheets


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Intervals can be a daunting subject for the novice musician.

Whole Steps? Half Steps? major thirds? minor thirds? flattened fifths?............ the list goes on.

It can sometines seem like "too much information" for students and can lead to the dreaded

"I just don't get it"

An understanding of music theory must be built up from solid foundations

Unless a student can be made to understand the two most important intervals (whole and half steps) then they can't be expected to understand how scales work?


If they don't understand scales then they won't be able to grasp chord construction?

If they struggle with chord construction then they are not going to understand
established harmonic systems and the relevance of key signatures?

Our resources are designed to help you to help students to build a "joined up" knowledge of music theory from a solid grounding in the basics

Intervals (particularly whole and half steps)

Intervals into Scales (how intervals of whole and half steps combine to create scales)

Scales into Chords (how scales contain chords within them and the difference between major and minor chords)

Chords into Harmonic Systems (chords which "fit" together that can be created from within a single scale)


Our "one click" download consists of 200 professionally prepared handouts that can be printed over and over again for less than the price of a single textbook! many of which deal with the correct identification of intervals (there's a free one that you can print and use now at the bottom of this page)

These resources are especially designed to make life easier for classroom music or instrumental teachers who need to get theoretical ideas over to students.

The handouts have been put together so that the same basic ground can be covered with differing levels of graphic support (some handouts feature keyboards and have space for letter names while others aimed at more advanced students rely on a more conventional musical stave approach).

They are designed so that a single music educator might work with all ability levels within a single session. challenging the more able learners whilst supporting those who are not so familiar with the concepts and material under study

musicteachingresources.com is a new sister site of the already well established guitar and bass teacher's resources website teachwombat.com


DOWNLOAD 200+ PDF's NOW!

A lifetime of re-usable resources for only $18.00






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You will be taken to a page from where you can download the products that you have paid for NOW!
In the (rare) event that something should go wrong with the order/download process just email me at robh@teachwombat.com
I will check the order and send you the links that will get you to your stuff.
Cheers! Rob!

Click the picture above to download one of our music theory worksheets base around the recognition of musical intervals