Learning Music is one of the few websites where children learning music in a very simple way. Here you will learn musical notes and their position on the staff in just 30 minutes, with practical and interactive exercises, such as knowing the position of the notes on the flute, musical dictations, learning music to distinguish the notes, knowing the quarter note and its silence , distinguish the direction of the sound in two consecutive notes, practice the staff in groups of two notes, eighth notes and other entertaining activities.
Learning Music is a collection of activities aimed at learning the musical language, created by Octavio Soler, a primary music teacher in the Valencian Community. The resources published on Learning Music are for primary education, and may also be useful in music schools. Activities and games can be used in computer rooms, music rooms equipped with computers or digital whiteboards and in the homes themselves to reinforce the music content taught in the study centers.
You can find this beautiful website in 3 languages, Spanish, English and Catalan, with 5 levels of difficulty: Initiation, Intermediate 1, Intermediate 2, Advanced 1 and Advanced 2. My children are delighted and have been interested in learning music to play instruments such as piano, guitar and obviously the flute.
Learning Music has been working since 2005 providing educational games for use in music education. The games are adapted to the classification that you can find on this same page. A more complete description, along with a video demonstration of how the games work, can be found by following the VIDEO-DEMO links, which lead to our YouTube channel.
The Learning Music games are based on the six books of the Crescendo educational proposal of Editorial Algar. You can find more information here.
The games are made in html5, compatible with all platforms, mobiles, tablets, etc. In case you wish, at the bottom of the main page you have access to old flash games. Keep in mind that the latter will only work on Windows or Linux desktops, but not on mobile devices or Apple devices.
Thank you very much to all the users of the page, which we hope you find useful in your musical training.
Difficulty levels of Learning Music:
Initial Level 1:
- Auditory discrimination activities around sound qualities: bass / treble, timbre, etc.
- I read musical writing with the la-sol-mi notes and the basic rhythmic cells: quarter note, quarter note silence and eighth note pair.
- Know the names of the most common musical instruments. Know the families of musical instruments.
Level 2 Intermediate / easy:
- Literacy in the do-la field, and
- the same rhythmic contents as above, to which white is added and the concept of musical accent and time signature.
- Identify the main instruments of the orchestra of the different families.
Level 3 Intermediate
- Literacy in the field of the eighth.
- 2 and 3 pulse binary measures. Rhythmic cell of four sixteenth notes. Simple musical forms
Level 4 Advanced 1:
- Literacy in the field of the eighth and re sharp.
- 2, 3 and 4 beat binary measures. Rhythm cells of eighth note at setback, black dotted and eighth note, five-note.
- Reading in the key of F.
- Tone and halftone concepts, melodic interval, closing and suspensive phrases, tonic and dominant
Level 5 Advanced 2:
- Literacy at the dominant level (low sun - high sun).
- Composed bars, rhythmic combinations with eighth and sixteenth notes, major and minor modes, harmonic intervals.
- Shades of sun and F major, D and E minor.
- Tonal functions. Chords