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Apart from oodles of practice of course, there is another way to improve your sight reading, off the horn

http://www.musicards.net/

I have been using this recently to improve my reading of higher notes, and it really works, just 10 minutes a day on the upper register has really helped sort out my mental blockage. I like the way you can choose above or below the stave to help sort these issues out!

Just make sure you click "more flashcards" after changing your options

Highly recommended!!
 

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crazydaisydoo said:
Apart from oodles of practice of course, there is another way to improve your sight reading, off the horn

http://www.musicards.net/

Just make sure you click "more flashcards" after changing your options

Highly recommended!!
Thank you!

My daughter just started learning music (flute), and I hope this is a fun way for her to practice the notes and keys.
 

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I made a set of note name and key fingering flash cards and studied them for a month before I got my first horn and I think it was a great help.
 

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Thx crazydaisydoo. I am trying to get this down, completely. These help. Then to progress on, while I did not see them on this website, I want to move on to Blue's Scales. I have the Jamey Aebersold's written chart. As one of the other posters stated, "it takes time" and some concentration.
Thx!
 
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