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Music Flash Cards - Set B: Hal Leonard Student Piano Library Cards – February 1, 1998
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There are three sets of flashcards in this set. The pink ones cover music terms, the white ones scales/cords/progressions and the yellow ones rhythm. These are the B set, continuing from the Hal Leonard A set. That's why the cards in this set are numbered 41-80. Each card is individually numbered, so if you mess them up, you can always re-order them by number.
In addition to the cards, there is a three-sided colorful wrapper that is an index of all included cards inside. The cards are held together by a rubber band, and an additional rubber band holds the card stack and the wrapper together.
The cards are definitely thicker than copy paper, but they could perhaps have been a little bit thicker than they are.
The yellow rhythm cards start with an overview card with teaching instructions on the back. It covers 54 different rhythm patterns. The first ten are instructional, with the explanation on the back of the card. The remaining ones have rhythm patterns on each side.
The white patterns/scales/cord progression cards start with an overview card and then have 39 examples in the following keys: C Major, G major, F Major, A minor, E minor, D minor.
The pink cards show different music terms along with a couple of music symbols.
Overall, I found them useful for quick casual learning and refreshing of one's musical memory. Keep in mind, this is the B set, so if you are a beginner beginner, you may want to start with the A set.