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Willkommen!

Do you notice something different about the music alphabet in the first picture above? Notice there is no letter B! I made these for my German friends, so don’t print these out if you teach in English!  The English version of the alphabet cards was posted back in the summer. The second picture is an European version of the keyboard  game I posted a few days ago.

Today I am posting some material that I made over for teachers in countries that use  an “H” for for the English note “B”. (I’m not expert, but from what I understand, they use a “B” for B Flat, so they are not able to use my games with the music alphabet.)  You can click on the following links to print these cards. 

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2 thoughts to “Das Deutsche Musik-Alphabet (The German Music Alphabet)

  • susanparadis

    “A-ha”, that’s really cute. I bet German kids love that.

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  • Carol Dawn

    Many, many thanks for the H notes. B does mean B flat, so that is certainly usable, too. The German children learn C-D-E-F-G and then A-Ha! (like Aha!). I really like that. And Ha is the pronunciation of H.

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