Complete Color-Coded Flash Cards: For All Beginning Music Students, Flash Cards
  • Complete Color-Coded Flash Cards: For All Beginning Music Students, Flash Cards
  • Complete Color-Coded Flash Cards: For All Beginning Music Students, Flash Cards
  • Complete Color-Coded Flash Cards: For All Beginning Music Students, Flash Cards
  • Complete Color-Coded Flash Cards: For All Beginning Music Students, Flash Cards
  • Complete Color-Coded Flash Cards: For All Beginning Music Students, Flash Cards
ISBN: 0739015575
EAN13: 9780739015575
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 1, 1996
Pages: 89
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 5.5" L x 4.2" W
Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Format: Other
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5
   Great investment!
Alfred and Hal Leonard flash cards are in my collection and I like them. I recommend the Alfred edition for beginners. Hal Leonard edition has more musical terms and exercises which I like, but I think it's better for beginners to just start with the basics and build up from there. It is possible that laminating flash cards will help to protect the cards. It is a great tool to have in the music teacher's library. The index is for the flash cards.
 
5
   Great Flash Cards
These are great. Our children will love them as they study music. There are yellow cards on the staff. White cards show vocabulary words like adagio, andante, moderato, allegro, and dc al fine. Green cards show all the music symbols. Blue cards have instructions like key signatures and intervals. Quality card stock is well cut, no trashlint, thick, can't see through them, and pink cards show time signatures.
 
4
   Good flashcards for students, not ideal for teachers.
Students studying music can use good flashcards. The problem with these cards is that the front of the card has a symbol or note and the back has a definition, so they' re not really for teachers or classroom games. I can't play a memory game with students if they see either the answer or what they are picking up, as they see either the answer or what they are picking up. They' re a decent size and color coding is nice. If you are a student who needs help at home and you don't have a parent who can read music, then these are a good way to learn. It's best to get games with a plain backing for teachers.
 
5
   Perfect for our dyslexic learner
We bought these to help our dyslexic student memorize. When we tried to learn her piano keys, they were part of a song which had all the other context, so we needed flashcards to help us learn them. She was able to learn the notes by herself because the individual notes were isolated. She was able to play the notes better when she saw them on the page with everything else. The cards are thick and easy to read. I wish they came in a box, but for the price, it was worth it.
 
4
   Nice to practice with, but cards are pretty large
This is a good set to practice with, but they are big for adult hands. Even if they were 15-20% smaller, they would be easier to handle. I thought this was the best price for flash cards on Amazon. It would be great if they added to this set or offered another set that included the grand staff and more signatures. For a small practice you can do anywhere, I would recommend the set.
 
5
   Love it!!!
Very happy with the cards! The paper is thick enough for me. There is an explanation of each card on the back. It was bought for my two kids.
 
3
   Incomplete? What an odd way to define "complete"
These are helpful in learning from scratch or brushing up on basic theories. There are a lot of missing key signatures. With no guidance, what should a beginning student do with all the signatures from the four included? This seems to be a glaring omission. We' re talking about a dozen more pieces of paper.
 
4
   Not (quite) Everything That's Needed
This is a good set. The cards are sturdy and will last a long time if we are responsible with them. My child is a violinist, so she won't need many cards, but it's easy to separate them out. There are two problems that I have seen so far. They do not come in a box. A rubber band keeps them together. The child should be told to carry them carefully. The second problem is that it's missing something. It only goes down to eighth notes, but sixteenth notes are needed for beginning violin students. I still think this set is good for violin students, but it's not complete.
 
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