Vivace: Learn to Read Music

4.0
1.63K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Vivace is a practice tool for improving your music reading skills. Beautifully illustrated tutorials will teach you the basics of music theory, and everything you need to know to read notes on the staff. With over a hundred lessons, and many options for customization, Vivace is a great tool for beginners and advanced musicians.

Features:
• Treble, Bass, Grand Staff, Alto and Tenor clefs
• All 15 Key Signatures
• Choose between English and Italian note names
• Illustrated step-by-step tutorials
• Over 100 Trainer lessons categorized by clef
• Note range of up to 4 ledger lines for Treble, Bass, Alto and Tenor clefs
• Note range of up to 2 ledger lines for Grand Staff
• Piano sound for correct notes
• Practice mode that allows you to combine any number of clefs and key signatures
• Many customization options available
Updated on
Dec 9, 2021

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4.0
1.63K reviews
Emory Blake
April 26, 2022
Would be a more than ideal app if the keyboard expanded beyond one octave. It is impossible to learn to read music correctly when, for example, the exact same "F" on the virtual keyboard registers as correct for both treble cleff "F" on space 1 and treble cleff "F" on line 5. This is confusing despite the moveable/highlighted octave marker above the main keyboard. In fact it overcomplicates what could be a simple idea, thus negating the whole premise of the app.
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A Google user
October 28, 2018
Very excited for the app but it keeps crashing on my Google Pixel 2. I can't even get past the simplest training exercises without it crashing. The only training that successfully loaded was lesson one with both treble and bass clef. Lessons 2, 3 and 4 broke. A much later lesson with all accidentals worked but obviously I can't jump straight to that...
67 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
November 11, 2018
Great app, as a piano teacher, things app would be PERFECT if it just displayed the full keyboard as an option, say in wide screen mode, versus just jumping between different highlighted octaves, which is more difficult to get a feel for the whole set of notes. For example when the next note is higher but you move to the left to play it.
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