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Is your child struggling with note naming? Does he or she love to play an instrument but has trouble with knowing which note to play? For music teachers, moms, dads, or even yourself, these free printable music flash cards are attractive and are a great way to drill note recognition.

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Treble Clef Free Printable Flash Cards

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Bass Clef Free Printable Flash Cards

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Viola Clef Free Printable Flash Cards

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Flash Frog Free Printable Note Naming Flash Cards

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Learn all about great French composers Camille Saint-Saëns and Claude Debussy !  With each composer, there are free printable resources that will help your child learn all about these composers from France.  Learn in a fun way with printable biographies, word search worksheets, writing assignments,  printable sheet music, and homeschool lesson plans.  Best of all, these resources are all free!

Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921) French Romantic Era Composer

Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns was born in Paris, France in 1835. His father was a government clerk who died 3 months after his birth. At the request of his mother, Camille’s great-aunt Charlotte moved in with them. She was the first to introduce him to the piano. Beginning piano lessons at the age of two, he came to be known as one of the outstanding child prodigies of his time. He almost immediately began to write music with his first composition for piano dated March 22, 1839. His talent was not limited to music, he also learned to read by age three and mastered Latin by age seven. Read more…

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Free Printable Composer Biography

Camille Saint-Saëns | Printable Biography

Free Worksheets

Camille Saint-Saëns | Word Search
“Meet the Composer” Job Application | Worksheet
Kangaroo from Carnival of the Animals (Saint-Saens) | Listening Map

Free Lesson Plans

Homeschool Music Lesson Plan for Camille Saint-Saens

Claude Debussy (1862-1918) Impressionist Era Composer

Claude began piano lessons at the age of seven with an Italian violinist named Cerrito.  His musical talent was quite evident, and by the age of ten Claude began studying music at the Paris Conservatoire. During his time there he studied composition, music history, piano, organ, and solfge. His experimental approach to composing music was problematic to his teachers however, as he did not like following the strict rules of the Conservatory.  Read more…

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Free Printable Composer Biography

Claude Debussy | Printable Biography

Free Worksheets

Claude Debussy | Composer Word Search Worksheet
“Meet the Composer” Scavenger Hunt
“Meet the Composer” Job Application

Free Sheet Music

Clair de Lune by Claude Debussy for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

 

 

 

 

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Johannes Brahms was born in Hamburg, Germany on May 7, 1833. Johannes’ father, a town musican, gave him his first musical instruction.  At the age of seven he studied piano with Otto Friedrich Willibald Cossel. Young Brahms gave concerts in Hamburg and worked playing piano in restaurants and theaters to help support his family.

When Brahms was 20 he met famous composers Franz Liszt and Robert Schumann.  Schumann was so impressed with Brahms’ music that he wrote an article for a music journal that made Brahms famous.  Brahms’ success was also due to his hard work and his critical attitude toward his own music.  He never felt he could live up to the standard set by Ludwig van Beethoven.

Below are some free resources you can use to teach your kids about Johannes Brahms. Have a look at the homeschool lesson plan. A well-rounded lesson plan to teach your child all about this Romantic Era composer. There are several printable resources, including a biography. And to round out the study on Brahms, there is free printable sheet music.

Free Lesson Plans

Homeschool Music Lesson Plans for Johannes Brahms

Free Printable Composer Biography

Johannes Brahms | Printable Biography

Free Worksheets

Brahms |  Word Search Worksheet
“Meet the Composer” Job Application | Worksheet
Brahms | Coloring Page

Free Sheet Music

Lullaby (Cradle Song) for Piano Solo by Johannes Brahms
Waltz in Ab for Piano Solo by Johannes Brahms
Hungarian Dance No. 5 for Piano Solo by Johannes Brahms
Brahms Lullaby by Johannes Brahms for Intermediate Flute Solo
Brahms Lullaby by Johannes Brahms for Intermediate Clarinet Solo
Brahms Lullaby by Johannes Brahms for Intermediate Alto Saxophone Solo
Brahms Lullaby by Johannes Brahms for Intermediate Trumpet Solo
Brahms Lullaby by Johannes Brahms for Intermediate Violin Solo

 

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Learn all about some great German composers!  Here is a wonderful collection of resources for learning all about Bach, Handel, Pachelbel, Beethoven, and Brahms.  With each composer, there are free printable resources that will help your child learn all about these composers from Germany.  Learn in a fun way with printable biographies, word search worksheets, coloring pages, writing assignments,  printable sheet music, and homeschool lesson plans.  Best of all, these resources are all free!

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Baroque Era Composer

Johann Sebastian Bach was born in Eisenach, Germany in 1685. As a child, Bach’s father taught him to play violin and harpsichord. His uncles were all musicians, serving as church organists and court chamber musicians. One of his uncles, Johann Christoph Bach, introduced him to the art of organ playing.  Read more…

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Free Printable Composer Biography

Johann Sebastian Bach | Printable Biography

Free Worksheets

Johann Sebastian Bach | Word Search

“Meet the Composer” Job Application | Worksheet

Johann Sebastian Bach Multiplication Connect-the-Dot

Johann Sebastian Bach Coloring Page

Free Sheet Music

Minuet in G for Easy/Level 1 Piano Solo

Musette in D for Easy/Level 1 Piano Solo

Toccata in D Minor for Intermediate/Level 3 Piano Solo

Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Minuet in G for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Minuet in G Minor for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Musette in D for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Toccata in D Minor for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Free Lesson Plans

Homeschool Music Lesson Plans for Johann Sebastian Bach

George Frideric Handel  (1685-1759) Baroque Era Composer

George Frideric Handel was born on February 23, 1685 in the North German province of Saxony, in the same year as Baroque composer Johann Sebastian Bach. George’s father wanted him to be a lawyer, though music had captivated his attention. His mother in contrast, supported his interest in music, and he was allowed to take keyboard and music composition lessons. His aunt gave him a harpsichord for his seventh birthday which Handel played whenever he had the chance. Read more…

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Free Printable Composer Biography

George Frideric Handel | Printable Biography

Free Worksheets

George Frideric Handel Word Search

“Meet the Composer” Job Application | Worksheet

Messiah/Hallelujah Chorus | Listening Map

Free Sheet Music

Hallelujah Chorus for Intermediate/Level 3 Piano Solo
Theme from Water Music for Easy/Level 2 Piano Solo

Free Lesson Plans

Free Lesson Plans for George Frideric Handel

Johann Pachelbel (1685-1750) Baroque Era Composer

Johann Pachelbel was born in Germany, in the city of Nurnberg in 1653. His father enrolled him in the St. Lorenz High School but soon recognized Johann’s musical potential and arranged for outside musical training.  Johann also showed such impressive academic abilities that he was allowed to attend various non-music classes at Nurnberg’s Auditorium Aegidianum.  These abilities also allowed him to gain entrance to the Universitat Altdorf in 1669 at the age of fifteen. In addition to his academic and musical studies, he served as organist at the Pfarrkirche.  Read more…

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Free Printable Composer Biography

Johann Pachelbel | Printable Biography

Free Worksheets

Johann Pachelbel | Word Search
“Meet the Composer” Job Application | Worksheet

Free Sheet Music

Canon in D for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo
Canon in D for Intermediate Guitar Solo

Free Lesson Plans

Homeschool Music Lesson Plans for Johann Pachelbel

Ludwig Van Beethoven(1685-1759) Baroque Era Composer

Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn, Germany in 1770, to Johann van Beethoven and Maria Magdalena Keverich. Although Beethoven’s exact birth date is not known, his family celebrated it on December 16. Ludwig’s first musical instruction came from his father Johann who was said to have been a harsh instructor. Johann later asked his friend, Tobias Pfeiffer, to teach his son. It seems that the harsh treatment continued, as Johann and his friend would come home late on occasion to pull young Ludwig from his bed to practice until morning..  Read more…

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Free Printable Composer Biography

Ludwig Van Beethoven | Printable Biography

Free Worksheets

Beethoven Word Search
“Meet the Composer” Job Application | Worksheet
Beethoven Multiplication-Connect-the-Dot
Beethoven Coloring Page

Free Sheet Music

Beethoven’s Fifth for Easy/Level 2 Piano Solo
Ode to Joy for Easy/Level 2 Piano Solo
Für Elise for Intermediate/Level 3 Piano Solo
Ode to Joy for Intermediate/Level 4 Piano Solo
Minuet in G for Intermediate/Level 4 Piano Solo
Moonlight Sonata for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo
Ecossaise for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo
Pathetique Sonata for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo
Rage Over a Lost Penny for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo
Beethoven | Free Piano Book for Easy/Intermediate Piano
Für Elise for Easy Flute Solo with Piano Accompaniment
Ode to Joy for Beginner Flute Solo with Piano Accompaniment
Für Elise for Easy Clarinet Solo with Piano Accompaniment
Ode to Joy for Beginner Clarinet Solo with Piano Accompaniment
Ode to Joy for Beginner Alto Saxophone Solo with Piano Accompaniment
Ode to Joy for Beginner Trumpet Solo with Piano Accompaniment
Ode to Joy for Beginner Trombone Solo with Piano Accompaniment
Ode to Joy for Beginner Violin Solo with Piano Accompaniment
Ode to Joy for Beginner Viola Solo with Piano Accompaniment
Ode to Joy for Beginner Cello Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Free Lesson Plans

Homeschool Music Lesson Plans for Ludwig Van Beethoven

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) Romantic Era Composer

Johannes Brahms was born in Hamburg, Germany on May 7, 1833. Johannes’ father, a town musician, gave him his first musical instruction.  At the age of seven he studied piano with Otto Friedrich Willibald Cossel. Young Brahms gave concerts in Hamburg and worked playing piano in restaurants and theaters to help support his family..  Read more…

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Free Printable Composer Biography

Johannes Brahms | Printable Biography

Free Worksheets

Brahms |  Word Search Worksheet
“Meet the Composer” Job Application | Worksheet
Brahms | Coloring Page

Free Sheet Music

Lullaby (Cradle Song) for Piano Solo by Johannes Brahms
Waltz in Ab for Piano Solo by Johannes Brahms
Hungarian Dance No. 5 for Piano Solo by Johannes Brahms
Brahms Lullaby by Johannes Brahms for Intermediate Flute Solo
Brahms Lullaby by Johannes Brahms for Intermediate Clarinet Solo
Brahms Lullaby by Johannes Brahms for Intermediate Alto Saxophone Solo
Brahms Lullaby by Johannes Brahms for Intermediate Trumpet Solo
Brahms Lullaby by Johannes Brahms for Intermediate Violin Solo

Free Lesson Plans

Homeschool Music Lesson Plans for Johannes Brahms

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Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn, Germany in 1770, to Johann van Beethoven and Maria Magdalena Keverich. Although Beethoven’s exact birth date is not known, his family celebrated it on December 16. Ludwig’s first musical instruction came from his father Johann who was said to have been a harsh instructor. Johann later asked his friend, Tobias Pfeiffer, to teach his son. It seems that the harsh treatment continued, as Johann and his friend would come home late on occasion to pull young Ludwig from his bed to practice until morning.

Below are some free resources you can use to teach your kids about Ludwig van Beethoven. Have a look at the homeschool lesson plan. A well-rounded lesson plan to teach your child all about this Classical Era composer. There are several printable resources, including a biography. And to round out the study on Beethoven, there is free printable sheet music.

Free Lesson Plans

Homeschool Music Lesson Plans for Ludwig Van Beethoven

Free Printable Composer Biography

Ludwig Van Beethoven | Printable Biography

Free Worksheets

Beethoven Word Search
“Meet the Composer” Job Application | Worksheet
Beethoven Multiplication-Connect-the-Dot
Beethoven Coloring Page

Free Sheet Music

Beethoven’s Fifth for Easy/Level 2 Piano Solo
Ode to Joy for Easy/Level 2 Piano Solo
Für Elise for Intermediate/Level 3 Piano Solo

Ode to Joy for Intermediate/Level 4 Piano Solo

Minuet in G for Intermediate/Level 4 Piano Solo

Moonlight Sonata for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Ecossaise for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Pathetique Sonata for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Rage Over a Lost Penny for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Beethoven | Free Piano Book for Easy/Intermediate Piano

Für Elise for Easy Flute Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Ode to Joy for Beginner Flute Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Für Elise for Easy Clarinet Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Ode to Joy for Beginner Clarinet Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Ode to Joy for Beginner Alto Saxophone Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Ode to Joy for Beginner Trumpet Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Ode to Joy for Beginner Trombone Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Ode to Joy for Beginner Violin Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Ode to Joy for Beginner Viola Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Ode to Joy for Beginner Cello Solo with Piano Accompaniment

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Here is a free printable all-in-one piano book for your young beginner.  This book is all you need to get started!  This 34 page printable book is in a high quality PDF format.  Most pages have cute illustrations, making it engaging for the young beginner.

The makers of this primer piano book describe it like this:
The MMF! All-in-One Primer is a graded edition that for young piano students the speeds progress by introducing students to a limited collection of musical elements, and then drills these elements sufficiently to help the student may gain mastery over them. It’s an everything-they- need-and-nothing-they-don’t method book to help students succeed quickly. MMF! All-in-One Primer is recommended for the younger beginner. Older students may elect to begin with the MMF! All-in-One Piano Book – Level 1A.

All-In-One Piano Primer Book for the Young Beginner

Contents
Introduction  Color That Note! Note Name Worksheet | Treble Clef
It All Adds Up | Basic Rhythms Worksheet
Middle “C” Warm-Up
Middle “C” and “D” Warm-Up
I Love Bubble Gum
Au Clair de la Lune
I Am a Gold Lock
Fudge, Fudge, Call the Judge
How I Love My Horsy
I Saw a Goat
Color That Note! Note Name Worksheet | Bass Clef
Rhythm Connect | Basic Rhythms Worksheet
Doctor Foster
Purple Cow
Who’s That Tapping at My Window
Jack Be Nimble
Do Unto Others
Hop On One Foot
Lucy Locket
Jim Along Josie
Banbury Cross
I Had a Little Hobby Horse
Let’s Celebrate
Review
Certificate

Recommended Piano Apps
Apps that really help kids to learn to play the piano.
MMF! Piano Primer App | Download on Apple App Store
Treble Clef Kids | Download on Apple App Store
Music for Little Mozarts | Download on Apple App Store

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Learn all about some great American composers!  With each composer, there are free printable resources that will help your child learn all about these modern-day composers from the United States.  Learn about each of these composers in a fun way with printable biographies, word search worksheets, coloring pages, writing assignments, and printable sheet music.

Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990) American Composer, Conductor, Teacher and Pianist

Leonard Bernstein was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts in 1918. His father, Sam Bernstein, did not support young Leonard’s interest in music at first. Despite this, his father took him to many orchestra concerts. At one of these concerts he heard a piano performance that captivated him. It was then that he began to learn to play the piano.       Read more….

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Aaron Copland (1900-1990) American Composer, Conductor and Pianist

Aaron Copland was born in Brooklyn, New York, on November 14, 1900 to Jewish parents who immigrated from Russia. His first experience with music came from his older sister who taught him how to play the piano.  Read more….

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George Gershwin (1898-1937) American Modern Era Composer and Pianist

George Gershwin was born as Jacob Gershowitz on September 26, 1898 in Brooklyn, New York. George, the second of four children, was born to Russian Jewish immigrant parents Morris Gershowitz and Rosa Bruskin.  His father changed the family name to Gershwin after immigrating from Russia.  Read more…

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Scott Joplin (1867 or 1868-1917) American Musician and Composer

Scott Joplin, the second of six children, was born sometime between June 1867 and January 1868 in eastern Texas. His father was a slave, while his mother was born a free black woman. After 1871 Joplin and his family moved to Texarkana, Texas. It was then that young Scott taught himself music on a piano in a home where his mother worked.  Read more…

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Printable Sheet Music

The Entertainer for Intermediate/Level 3 Piano Solo
The Entertainer for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo
Maple Leaf Rag for Intermediate/Level 3 Piano Solo
Easy Winners for Intermediate/Level 3 Piano Solo
The Entertainer for Easy Flute Solo with Piano Accompaniment
The Entertainer for Easy Clarinet Solo with Piano Accompaniment
The Entertainer for Easy Alto Saxophone Solo with Piano Accompaniment
The Entertainer for Easy Trumpet Solo with Piano Accompaniment
The Entertainer for Easy Trombone Solo with Piano Accompaniment
The Entertainer for Easy Violin Solo with Piano Accompaniment
The Entertainer for Easy Viola Solo with Piano Accompaniment
The Entertainer for Easy Cello Solo with Piano Accompaniment

John Williams (1932- ) American Composer, Conductor and Pianist

John Williams was born on February 8, 1932, in Floral Park, New York. In 1948 John moved with his family to Los Angeles, California. He later attended college near his home in Los Angeles where he began to study composition. After college he was drafted into the United States Air Force where he had the opportunity to arrange music for, and conduct the Air Force band.   Read more…

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Take your kids on a cultural tour of Germany!  Here is a compilation of free resources from around the web, including many free printables, that will help you teach your child about Germany and its culture.   Germany is the birth place of many famous people in history, including artists, musicians and composers.  Albert Einstein, famous scientist and inventor, was also born in Germany.  There is also a German child who became famous after her death when her diary was discovered.  Anne Frank is a Jewish Holocaust victim whose diary describes her family’s evasion of the Nazi SS during WWII.

There are many links to artists, composers, famous Germans in history, German holidays,  the German language, and fun facts about Germany.  Enjoy your “travels” to Germany and have fun as you explore and discover its great and interesting culture!

Biography and Worksheets – Famous German Artist

Biographies for Famous German Composers –These are printable biography pages for kids.  Each biography is 1 page with a picture of the composer.                                                                                                                              

Wordsearch Worksheets for Famous German Composers – Build reading skills with a printable word search worksheet. Let your students know how many words there are to find and then ask them to complete the word search by identifying and circling the keywords found in the corresponding printable biography.

Multiplication-Connect-the-Dot Worksheets
Build pre-multiplication skills by skip counting with connect-the-dot worksheets.

German Composers | Coloring Sheets–Add some art to your study of Germany.

Learn to Play the Music

  • Here is an eBook on Ludwig van Beethoven.  Included in the book is some sheet music for easy piano.  This is a free printable book with several arrangements of his most famous pieces including Minuet in G, Beethoven’s Fifth, Moonlight Sonata, Pathetique Sonata, Fur Elise, and Ode to Joy.

    Printable Beethoven eBook

Other Famous Germans in History – Biographies and fun facts

Learn to Speak German

Fun German Facts and Printables

Important Holidays in Germany

There are several important holidays in Germany.  How did they start and what do they mean for people today?

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era.

Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty. At 17, he was engaged as a court musician in Salzburg, Austria, but grew restless and travelled in search of a better position, always composing abundantly. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was dismissed from his Salzburg position. He chose to stay in the capital, where he achieved fame but little financial security. During his final years in Vienna, he composed many of his best-known symphonies, concertos, and operas, and portions of the Requiem, which was largely unfinished at the time of his death. The circumstances of his early death have been much mythologized. He was survived by his wife Constanze and two sons.

Teach your children about Mozart in a fun way.  Here is a collection of free resources from around the web that you can use with your children.   There is a great lesson plan to follow which includes a writing assignment and worksheets.  To round out the lesson is an art (water color) project.

Below are links to a printable biography for kids, printable study resources, and even some sheet music.

Free Homeschool Lesson Plan

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | Homeschool Music Lesson Plan

Free Composer Biography

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | Printable Biography

Free Worksheets

Mozart Word Search Worksheet

Mozart Multiplication Connect-the-Dot Worksheet 

Mozart Coloring Page 

Meet the Composer Job Application Worksheet

FREE SHEET MUSIC

Piano

Marriage of Figaro for Easy/Level 1 Piano Solo

Air for Easy/Level 2 Piano Solo

Clarinet Concerto (Theme) for Piano Solo by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik for Intermediate/Level 3 Piano Solo

Funeral March for Intermediate/Level 4 Piano Solo

Ah, vous dirai-je, Maman (Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star) for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Turkish March for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Mozart | Free Piano Book for Easy/Intermediate Piano

Woodwinds/Brass

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik for Easy Flute Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik for Easy Clarinet Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik for Easy Alto Saxophone Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik for Easy Trumpet Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik for Easy Trombone Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Strings

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik for Easy Violin Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik for Easy Viola Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik for Easy Cello Solo with Piano Accompaniment

Harp

Marriage of Figaro for Easy Harp Solo

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Johann Sebastian Bach was a German composer, organist, harpsichordist, violist, and violinist of the Baroque period. He enriched many established German styles through his skill in counterpoint, harmonic and motivic organization, and the adaptation of rhythms, forms, and textures from abroad, particularly from Italy and France. Bach’s compositions include the Brandenburg Concertos, the Mass in B minor, The Well-Tempered Clavier, his cantatas, chorales, partitas, Passions, and organ works. His music is revered for its intellectual depth, technical command, and artistic beauty.

Here are some free resources you can use to teach your kids about Johann Sebastian Bach.  Have a look at the homeschool lesson plans.  A well-rounded lesson plan to teach your child all about Bach.  There are several printable resources, including a biography.  And to round out the study on Bach, there is free printable sheet music.

Free Lesson Plans

Homeschool Music Lesson Plans for Johann Sebastian Bach

Free Printable Composer Biography

Johann Sebastian Bach | Printable Biography

Free Worksheets

Johann Sebastian Bach | Word Search

“Meet the Composer” Job Application | Worksheet

Johann Sebastian Bach Multiplication Connect-the-Dot

Johann Sebastian Bach Coloring Page

Free Sheet Music

Minuet in G for Easy/Level 1 Piano Solo

Musette in D for Easy/Level 1 Piano Solo

Toccata in D Minor for Intermediate/Level 3 Piano Solo

Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Minuet in G for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Minuet in G Minor for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Musette in D for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

Toccata in D Minor for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo

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Best of Mozart | Free Homeschool Curriculum Resource

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