How to Read Ledger Line Notes
Neither could I …
until I discovered a powerful new technique that makes reading ledger line notes a breeze!
Many music and piano students find it hard enough to learn the notes of the bass and treble staves (or staffs).
But suddenly they find themselves face to face with a whole new problem. To go beyond the elementary or beginner’s level and start playing really nice piano pieces at more challenging level, students must be able to read “Ledger Line Notes”.
Ledger line notes are those notes found above and below the treble and bass staves. Here are some examples of ledger line notes on the treble staff and the bass staff:
Ledger line notes (they are colored red in this diagram)
Up, up and away!
Like all music and piano students, you will naturally feel relieved when you have finally learnt the 21 music notes on the bass and treble staves, and you will be keen to begin playing music and entertaining your family and friends.
But then you will become aware that there are a host of ledger line notes that you also need to know. There are literally dozens of ledger line notes; and they seem to go right up into the heavens… and down into the basement!
Your music teacher will insist that it is VITAL for you to be able to read the ledger line notes — or be forever RESTRICTED to playing just beginner-level music on the 21 notes of the bass and treble staves.
But you will no doubt answer: “How will I EVER be able to learn all these extra notes?”
What is the solution?
I have been a piano teacher for over 30 years. My students have always had problems with ledger line notes. I have surveyed all the piano teaching books, courses and ebooks on the market, and frankly, not one of them really helped my students read ledger line notes in a quick, systematic way that was also fun.
Most music courses expected students to just learn the ledger line notes by heart.
Some used really complicated memory aids, which somehow seemed to make the task of learning these extra notes even worse.
Some music courses suggested four different memory aids for working out the notes that are above the staves. And if you wanted to work out notes that were below the staves, they got you to say the memory aids backwards! Aaargh!
I wanted a book or course that would:
Then I discovered a powerful new technique that really helped my students read their ledger line notes.
This technique was so much better than anything else on the market that I decided to write a special ebook about it:
Reading Ledger Line Notes With Ease.
“Despite learning music and singing for some years, I have always found reading ledger lines quite difficult. Your ebook Reading Ledger Line Notes With Ease has been a real help!
I especially liked the easy shortcut given for the common ledger line notes.”
— John ToMatalau
Kings Cross NSW, Australia
This ebook is fun and easy, and is designed to help you WHIZ through reading ledger line notes.
Here’s what you will receive from this ebook:
Learn to read all the ledger line notes in HOURS… not weeks.
Discover a simple shortcut for reading the 8 most common ledger line notes.
Using just two simply-learnt poems, you will learn to read ALL the ledger line notes on a standard 88 white note piano.
You will be taken step-by-step through each technique. Colorful diagrams and embedded music clips will ensure each example is crystal clear for you.
Learn the meaning of the useful “8va” symbol (page 19).
Understand the interesting patterns of the Middle Ledger Line Notes (page 20).
Discover the special symmetry of important notes (page 21).
In short, you will find learning to read the ledger line notes is both fun and fast.
Ledger line notes are easy to read using this system!
How does this ebook make learning
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What people are saying about this ebook
“In just 30 minutes I could already read the eight most common ledger line notes.”
— Simon Macapagal
“I’ve returned to studying music after a 50 year break. Studying ledger notes, it has struck me that I never really did understand how to read them at all (other than by attempting to remember only a small sample).
My first thought on rediscovering the need to understand what was above and below the staves was that there must be some simple pattern that would ‘clear things up’. How grateful I am that I found your website. It easily and painlessly resolved the whole problem.
I must sincerely thank you for this ebook. It has reawakened my desire to pick up where I left off.”
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“Anyone wanting to help their children (or themselves) to read ledger line notes faster needs to read your ebook. Your method is easy and clear, and it works!”
— Gary Grant
Brisbane QLD, Australia
“This book was an eye opener for me. It’s so easy, smile. I sing with with my church band. and I am learning the violin. I looked through other books, but your instructions are so clear. I’m 53 years old and at my age the memory sometimes slows down. But as I read your book my understanding of music gets better, and is be coming clearer. So thank you, thank you, for a very well put together book, a music book I can read and learn from.”
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