Free Handouts


Connie Sunday said: Apr 21, 2011
Connie SundayViolin, Piano, Viola
667 posts

I’ve updated my handouts and added a few new ones. Anyone may use these, if you care to. Please see:

160 Flashcards for Strings & Piano Students
Analysis of Carl Flesch Scale System
Baroque Dance Forms
Chord Structures & Cadential Formulas
Clef Signs New!
Common String Articulations
Evaluating Intervals New!
Non-Harmonic Tones
Non-Traditional String Sound Resources
Orchestra: Two Essays
Piano Pedals
Time Signatures & Conducting Patterns New!
Violin/Viola, Piano: 3 octave fingerings
J.S. Bach: Music | Recordings | Books | Links
Violin: Early History
Bridge Setup & Maintenance of Violins/Violas
Public Domain Materials for Intermediate Violin & Viola Students
Glossary of Musical Terminology

Free Handouts for Music Teachers & Students:

Connie Sunday said: May 1, 2011
Connie SundayViolin, Piano, Viola
667 posts

Just added a new one:

Elements of Music Pedagogy

This is a new little project I’m working on, inspired by a sort of odd book by Victor Wooten (See References). In this book, Wooten’s eccentric teacher talks about the elements (see his list ). I’ve been giving my students a sort of “laundry list” of elements that one works with, in studying music, for quite some time, so this caught my attention.

I’m fairly certain more able people than myself have already done this, and I would appreciate feedback from readers. Please email me if you would like to share your ideas, make corrections or comments.

Free Handouts for Music Teachers & Students:

Barb said: May 3, 2011
Barb Ennis
Suzuki Association Member
678 posts

Thanks for sharing these!

Music Teachers Helper—for individual teachers
Studio Helper—for entire music studios or schools

Connie Sunday said: Jun 16, 2011
Connie SundayViolin, Piano, Viola
667 posts

I’ve got all these in pdf form now. Just little introductory pages for students’ notebooks:

Free Handouts for Music Teachers & Students:

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