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How about a reading drill for ledger lines?

So many of my students read the grand staff well, but have problems with notes above and below the staff; some sort of reading drill which would focus on notes +/- 3 ledger lines in both directions from bass and treble clef staves would be great!

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I agree as well. The activities that quiz you on just the bass/treble clef include these ledger lines. But the grand staff activity does not.

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  · 

        PLEASE ledger lines. You have the cleanest and most efficient program I have found for note reading drills. If you could make either an option within a drill or a separate drill itself with ledger lines his would be very helpful as this is a recurring weakness in those moving through intermediate grades of piano.

      • anonymousanonymous commented  · 

        I totally agree. I went in to adjust the note reading exercise so that I would have treble clef only, and only the notes below the staff down to F3. I discovered that this will just give me the grand staff. We need to be able to assign this sort of assignment to students who play instruments with an extended range.

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