Noteflight Teams With Norton to Provide Music Theory Exercises

Noteflight logoNoteflight is a popular online music notation application that provides both a free version as well as an enhanced subscription product.  Their Crescendo version of Noteflight is popular with schools as it opens up a lot of additional capabilities including the feature of allowing the teacher to post and accept assignments from their students.  Now it appears that Noteflight has begun to reach out to publishers, specifcally the publisher of the popular Musician's Guide To Theory and Analysis, and created an online compliment to the text intended to tutor students though the process of learning music theory. 

From the Noteflight press release:  

Noteflight LLC announced today the availability of the online interactive version of the student workbook for W.W. Norton’s popular college text, The Musician’s Guide to Theory and Analysis. Formerly available only in print, the workbook is now purchasable as over 600 interactive exercises hosted on Noteflight's innovative digital music notation platform. College music theory students and instructors can purchase a bundle that combines the digital edition of The Musician’s Guide Workbook with a 2-year Noteflight subscription.

Through the W.W. Norton website, students can gain access to the workbook activities that are made available in a private Noteflight account. These activities can then be completed by students and ultimately shared with the instructor for online viewing and grading. Students may also use Noteflight for their own music composition activities; the bundle will also give students access to the full premium Noteflight product, Crescendo.

To read the rest of the press release please click through to visit the full version on PRWeb.

About The Author
Chad Criswell

Chad Criswell is a career music educator working in the Iowa public schools.  His articles have appeared in dozens of publications both online and in print.  He currently serves as the national music technology writer for NAfME's Teaching Music Magazine and has presented sessions at numerous music education conferences including the 2012 Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic.


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