Music Theory and Note Reading
Note Names and Placement on Fingerboard
Fingerboard Workshop Series
Diane Allen has created workbooks for learning the notes names and there location on the staff.
Rhythm Study Aids
Rhythm a Week
This is one of the rhythm training books I grew up with as a kid. Excellent for developing fluid rhythmic skills.
Basics in Rhythm (Meredith Music Resource)
Well organized and presentation of rhythmic study sheets.
More Basics in Rhythm (Meredith Music Resource)
This is a level beyond the Basics in Rhythm.
|Fingerboard Chart Vertical Orientation|
Shaded notes D, A, E, B show the pitch where the next higher string begins and indicates the end of first position.
|Fingerboard Chart with Tapes|
This chart shows all the pitches as well as the position of your tapes. This might make the overview of the fingerboard more comprehendible for those of you who use tapes.
Other theory/note reading resources
Theta Music Trainer
This is a super interactive music theory site. Have loads of fun!
Learn to Read Music (Softcover)
This is a concise little book with well presented material.
Basic Music Theory by Jonathan Harnum
An excellent course in music theory, and it's free! It's a large file so takes a while to download.
Music Theory Minute
short music theory videos
Improve Your Sight-reading! Violin, Grade 1: Grade 1
I'm a huge fan of anything Faber Music Publishes, and the Author Paul Harris is a great violin pedagogue. This is the first of a series of books to help improve sight reading skills. Buy all of them.
This is a web based app that generates sight reading sheets according to parameters you set for it. The pricing is reasonable: 29.99/year