Learn how to Read Music

Learn to read Treble and Bass Clef with exercises
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (64 ratings)
4,356 students
Learn how to Read Music
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (64 ratings)
4,356 students
You will be able to learn how to read treble and bass clef by the end of this course. You will be able to identify notes, note values, and the context in which they are used.

Requirements

  • A desire to learn how to read music is required. No instrument is required.
Description

Learn how to read Treble and Bass Clef.

Learn to identify notes, note values, time signatures, and the context in which these are used.

Download, Print and use the worksheets provided to help you learn how to read music.

Each video offered is short so that the lesson at hand can be understood and repeated in small sections.

Each video offers a PDF for the student to learn from. Take advantage of these resources so that you can learn how to read music at your pace.

Who this course is for:
  • Students wanting to learn how to read music: Treble and Bass Clef, should take this course.
Course content
4 sections • 14 lectures • 39m total length
  • The Staff
    01:25
  • High and Low Notes
    02:14
  • Treble Clef
    02:38
  • Bass Clef
    02:05
  • The Grand Staff
    02:31
  • Note Values
    03:46
  • Time Signature: 4/4
    04:06
  • Rests
    02:41
  • Notes and Rests
    03:37
  • Stems
    02:31
  • Time Signature: 3/4
    02:42
  • Eighth Notes
    03:13
  • Time Signature: 2/4
    01:50
  • Eighth Notes and Rests
    03:53

Instructor
Harpist, Teacher and Performer
Elizabeth Louise
  • 4.7 Instructor Rating
  • 135 Reviews
  • 5,509 Students
  • 4 Courses

Elizabeth began studying music at age six. At nine, she began taking harp lessons with Elizabeth Motter, harpist with the Cincinnati Symphony.

Classically Trained


Elizabeth spent many summers furthering her studies at various harp music camps both in the USA and abroad. In the summer of 1995 she attended Benslow harp camp in Benslow, England, and in the summer of 1996 she studied with Alice Spero Keene at the University of Illinois’ summer camp in Champaign-Urbana. In 1998, she attended the summer harp course at Indiana University where she studied with Susann McDonald.

At age 14, Interlochen Arts Academy accepted her into their boarding arts high school in northern Michigan, which offered a college preparatory study program with emphasis on her chosen art form, the harp. After studying with Joan Raeburn Holland for four years, she attended and graduated from Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri, receiving her Bachelor’s of Music in harp performance as a student of Ayako Watanabe. She has received her Masters of Arts in Music from University of Central Florida studying under Orlando Philharmonic harpist Rosalind Beck.

 

Elizabeth has performed regularly as a harpist for Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida, performing full time at Victoria & Albert’s as well as with the Disney World Orchestra. She has performed as the harpist for Norwegian singer/songwriter Sissel Kyrkjebø during her United States tour.

Elizabeth enjoys a variety of musical endeavors as a performance harpist playing for weddings, private receptions and other elegant events. She also enjoys teaching private harp lessons to aspiring young students in the Orlando and Central Florida areas.