Build your sight-reading skills by playing from a near endless supply of waltzes.
These collected measures were originally presented as a musical dice game attributed to Mozart. While the authenticity of it actually being created by Mozart is questionable, it's still fun and an easy way to strengthen your sight-reading skills.
Play both hands together, or play one while the app plays the other.
Hear it played first or check your accuracy after you sight-read it.
Create a waltz with a touch of a button. If you like the waltz the app composes, create a pdf of the music to share via email or print out to play later.
If you want to change a measure, just swipe up or down on the measure to pick a new one.
Some measures have many variations, while others are always nearly identical.
Even with the duplicate measures, there are approximately 380,000,000,000,000 combinations of waltzes.
Minor updates and stability improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Works well, but limited
Does what it says, generates variations on a simple minuet. But it is really only variations in figuration; it is much the same little piece each time. This limits its value for sight-reading practice.
My students will love this on my iPad pro. Really fun and having the ability to change tempo and do hands separate is great.
But the real fun is when you can simply change any measure by scrolling on it and selecting the notes that will sound good with the piece. They are already there so you don't have to create them.
I rarely give an app 5 stars but this is worthy of 5 stars and you cannot beat the price.
I am not related in any way to the app developers. But I have been teaching for 30 years and this is a delightful addition to my sight reading apps for students.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.