Music Theory Exercises

A. NOTE IDENTIFICATION

A1. Treble Clef Note Identification

A2. Bass Clef Note Identification

A3. Treble & Bass Clef Note Identification

A4. Treble Clef Ledger Line Note Identification (2 Ledger Lines Above and 2 Ledger Lines Below)

A5. Treble Clef UPPER Ledger Lines – Level 1 (Up to 2 Ledger Lines) *Only 50 attempts required

A6. Treble Clef UPPER Ledger Lines – Level 2 (Up to 3 Ledger Lines) *Only 50 attempts required

A7. Treble Clef UPPER Ledger Lines – Level 3 (Up to 4 Ledger Lines) *Only 50 attempts required

A8. Treble Clef LOWER Ledger Lines – Level 1 (Up to 2 Ledger Lines) *Only 50 attempts required

A9. Treble Clef LOWER Ledger Lines – Level 2 (Up to 3 Ledger Lines) *Only 50 attempts required

A10. Treble Clef LOWER Ledger Lines – Level 3 (Up to 4 Ledger Lines) *Only 50 attempts required

A11. Bass Clef Ledger Line Note Identification (2 Ledger Lines Above and 2 Ledger Lines Below)

A12. Bass Clef UPPER Ledger Lines – Level 1 (Up to 2 Ledger Lines) *Only 50 attempts required

A13. Bass Clef UPPER Ledger Lines – Level 2 (Up to 3 Ledger Lines) *Only 50 attempts required

A14. Bass Clef UPPER Ledger Lines – Level 3 (Up to 4 Ledger Lines) *Only 50 attempts required

A15. Bass Clef LOWER Ledger Lines – Level 1 (Up to 2 Ledger Lines) *Only 50 attempts required

A16. Bass Clef LOWER Ledger Lines – Level 2 (Up to 3 Ledger Lines) *Only 50 attempts required

A17. Bass Clef LOWER Ledger Lines – Level 3 (Up to 4 Ledger Lines) *Only 50 attempts required

A18. Treble & Bass Clef Ledger Line Note Identification (2 Ledger Lines Above and 2 Ledger Lines Below)

A19. Grand Staff Note Identification (2 Ledger Lines Above and 2 Ledger Lines Below)

A20. Treble & Bass Clef Accidentals Note Identification (Sharps, Flats, & Up to 2 Ledger Lines)

A21. Whole & Half Steps

A22. Enharmonic Notes

A23. Accidentals Exercise

B. KEYBOARD NOTE IDENTIFICATION

B1. Keyboard Note Identification (White Keys Only)

B2. Keyboard Note Identification (Naturals & Sharps Only)

B3. Keyboard Note Identification (Naturals & Flats Only)

B4. Keyboard Note Identification (All Keys)

B5. Treble Clef Keyboard Reverse Note Identification (Up to 2 Ledger Lines Above & Below, No Accidentals, Specific Octave Not Required)

B6. Bass Clef Keyboard Reverse Note Identification (Up to 2 Ledger Lines Above & Below, No Accidentals, Specific Octave Not Required)

B7. Treble & Bass Clef Keyboard Reverse Note Identification (Up to 2 Ledger Lines Above & Below, No Accidentals, Specific Octave Not Required)

B8. Grand Staff Keyboard Reverse Note Identification (Up to 2 Ledger Lines Above & Below, No Accidentals, Specific Octave Not Required)

C. SOLFEGE NOTE IDENTIFICATION

C1. Key of C

C2. Key of C with Accidentals (Treble & Bass Clef, Sharps & Flats, Up to 2 Ledger Lines)

C3. Key of F

C4. Key of G

C5. Key of C, F, & G

C6. Key of Bb

C7. Key of D

C8. Key of Eb

C9. Key of A (Low Do – High Sol)

C10. Key of Ab (Low Do – High Sol)

C11. Key of E

D. NOTE VALUE/TIME SIGNATURE EXERCISES

D1. Missing Beats Exercise – 4/4 Time

D2. Missing Rests Exercise – 4/4 Time

D3. Missing Beats Exercise – 2/4, 3/4 Time

D4. Missing Beats Exercise – Eighth, Dotted Quarter

E. RHYTHM PRACTICE

E1. Rhythm Performance – eMusicTheory

E2. Rhythm Dictation – eMusicTheory

E3. Rhythm Dictation – Teoria

E4. Time Signature Identification

F. MELODIC PRACTICE

F1. Melodic Dictation

F2. One-Note Solfege Drill

F3. Three-Note Solfege Drill

G. KEY SIGNATURE PRACTICE

G1. Key Signature Identification (Flat Keys Only)

G2. Key Signature Identification (Sharp Keys Only)

G3. Key Signature Identification (All Keys)

G4. Key Signature Construction

G5. Key Signature Identification – Teoria

G6. Key Signature Exercise

G7. Minor Key Signature Identification (Flat Keys Only)

G8. Minor Key Signature Identification (Sharp Keys Only)

G9. Minor Key Signature Identification (All Keys)

H. INTERVAL PRACTICE

H1. Generic Interval Identification (Type Only – 2nd-8th)

H2. Specific Interval Identification (Major & Perfect)

H3. Specific Interval Identification (Major, minor, & Perfect)

H4. Specific Interval Identification (Major, minor, Perfect, Augmented, & Diminished)

H5. Interval Ear Training (Ascending Harmonic, Major & Perfect)

H6. Intervals -eMusicTheory

With this exercise, you can:

  • “Build Intervals on Staff”,
  • “Identify Intervals on Staff”, OR
  • “Identify Intervals by Sound”

Scroll down in the Settings Menu and check only the “Major and Perfect” under “Interval Types”.

H7. Interval Ear Training – Teoria

H8. Interval Construction

H9. Specific Interval Identification – Teoria

H10. Whole & Half Steps Exercise

I. SCALE PRACTICE

I1. Scale Ear Training (Major or Natural Minor)

I2. Scales – eMusicTheory

With this exercise, you can:

  • “Build Scales on Staff”
  • “Identify Scales on Staff”
  • “Identify Scales by Sound”

Scroll down in the Settings Menu and check only the “Major (Ionian)” box under “Scales”.

I3. Scales Construction

I4. Major Scale Exercise

J. CHORD IDENTIFICATION

J1. Triads – Root Position (Major or minor)

J2. Triads – Root Position (M, m, A, d)

J3. 7th Chords – Root Position

J4. Triads & 7th Chords – Root Position

J5. Triads – Inversions

J6. 7th Chords – Inversions

J7. Triads & 7th Chords – Inversions

J8. Triads – Ear Training

J9. 7th Chords – Ear Training

J10. Triads & 7th Chords – Ear Training