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Music Flash Cards - Set A: Hal Leonard Student Piano Library Misc. Supplies – January 1, 1998
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120 Color-Coded Cards
Founded in 1947, Ha Leonard LLC has become the world's largest print music publisher, representing some of the greatest songwriters and artists of all time.
Notes, Symbols, Terms, Intervals, & Rhythm
120 color-coded cards to learn basic musical symbols, all notes from low ledger C to high ledger C, and rhythm patterns in 4/4 and 3/4. Also includes cards that focus on recognition of steps and skips on the staff. International cards are also included (crochet, semibreve, minim, etc.).
Convenient and Easy to Use!
These flashcards are great for young students learning their way around the piano! Any beginning music student will find these helpful as they learn notes, terms, and symbols.
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The symbols are easy to drill a few time and most students pick up on those quickly. The rhythm cards are good for clapping or stomping drills - the younger students love to stomp :)
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The card is thin. Once you see how many there are you'll understand why. I've used these for teaching 40+ students a week for years now. If you treat them OK they will almost certainly outlast your need for them.
The terminology isn't "American". If you're British and a classical musician you'll no doubt use words such as "crotchet" and "quaver". Don't think for one moment that anyone else does. My students learn both "British" and "international" classifications for note values - it's limiting and short-sighted to not know both. If it is really an issue, these cards are easy enough to write on.
I've seen some production defects. Of the many packs I've had people order a couple have had some badly cut edges. I also wonder how hard it would be to provide a decent sleeve for storage - the one that's included is terrible.
These are small quibbles, on the whole these are far too useful to pass over.