In SightReadMinor, you will find 2,880 short sight-reading exercises in ALL minor keys for left and and right hand. (separate) Time signatures vary between 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 and 6/8 with rhythm values ranging from quarter, dotted quarter, half, dotted half, whole and eighth notes. The exercises are in sequenced order so students will advance forward. Also included are pentascales for students to practice.
One of my favorite features with both of these apps is the ability to keep track of individual progress. If you missed the SightReadPlus review be sure to go back and read it as SightReadMinor is very similar but now with minor exercises. Both apps are for the iPad and are highly recommended.
Melissa Harris has graciously offered to give away a copy of the SightReadMinor app! To enter leave a comment below. Deadline to enter is by this next Monday, September 30th; 10:00pm (mountain time).
(*Winner MUST respond within 72 hours of announcement or another winner will be chosen*) The winner will be announced on this blog and on the Foxx Piano Studio Facebook page by Tuesday, October 1st. Be sure you subscribe to the blog and on our Facebook page so you don’t miss out seeing if you are a winner!
Disclaimer: I received this app in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions I have expressed are my own.