I’m posting a new music theory worksheet for more advanced students. I’ve used this one with adult students or high-school aged students to get them to recognize their scales, arpeggios, inversions, and cadences on paper. I find that while some students have no problem learning to play these exercises, they can’t quickly connect the written music with the thing they are playing — it’s so useful to be able to recognize these things when reading music!
Find the worksheet here.
I also have a number of students who have trouble remembering the differences between inversions and cadences (because both are exercises involving chords), so I used this to try and help.
Hope you enjoy!
NOTE: This is ideal for a student who can play scales, arpeggios, cadences and inversions in C major and G major but who needs practice writing them out or recognizing them in music.