Version 0.7 BETA, 2023-02-05

Noteslearner: Learn music online, free exercises and games

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Learn, practice and improve your knowledge of music notes and clefs in a playful way!
Whether treble clef or bass clef, you have to master the games in different levels and can enter good performances in high score lists.
Learning notes can be fun !

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Selected exercises

Here you will find exercises for learning music notes - free, freely available! Learn the notes online in the treble clef or bass clef, in the free exercise you can also choose the clef and the octave yourself.
The analysis always shows you directly which notes you are good at and which ones you should practice better.

Very easy: Your first three notes!
c1 - e1 (Treble clef)
Very easy: Your first three notes with sharp!
c1 - e1 (Treble clef)
Very easy: Your next three notes!
f1 - a1 (Treble clef)
Very easy: Your next three notes with sharp!
f1 - a1 (Treble clef)
Now we complete the octave
c1 - h1 (Treble clef)
Going all one octave up - part 1
c2 - e2 (Treble clef)
Going all one octave up - part 2
f2 - h2 (Treble clef)
Your first three notes in the base clef!
asmall - c1 (Bass clef)
Your missing four next notes in the base clef
csmall - gsmall (Bass clef)
Free learning

Lower note

Upper note

How are notes notated?

Notes are notated in a system of 5 lines. A note can be on a line or lie in the gap.
Thus, such a grading system can map eleven notes.
In music, of course, there are more than just eleven tones used, alone a piano has usually 88 keys. Therefore, a grading system can only ever contain a small section, represent a small range of possible grades.

In order to know which range a staff represents, it is marked with signs at the beginning marked. These signs are called "clefs".
In our Western music, the most commonly used clefs are the G or treble clef and the F clef or bass clef.