A Comprehensive Complete College-Level Music Theory Curriculum. This edition of the course includes levels 1, 2, and 3.

What you’ll learn

  • Read Music Using Proven Techniques
  • Understand All the Symbols (Not Only the Notes) of a Music Score
  • Read, Play, and Count Rhythms Accurately
  • The elements of the Score
  • Pitch Names
  • Pitch Classes
  • Octaves
  • The White Keys
  • The Black Keys (not the band!)
  • Half-Steps and Whole-Steps
  • Clefs
  • Intervals
  • Naming Octaves
  • Identifying Notes on the Staff
  • Identifying Notes on the Keyboard
  • Beat and Beat Divisions
  • Tempo
  • Downbeats and Upbeats
  • Dotted Rhythms
  • Time Signatures
  • Ties
  • Accidentals
  • Form in Music Notation
  • Chromatic and Diatonic scales
  • Ordered Pitch Class Collections
  • The pattern of a Major Scale
  • Scale Degrees
  • Solfege
  • Writing melodies with major scales
  • Analyzing melodies
  • What it means to be “in key”
  • Key signatures
  • How to identify key signatures
  • Popular song analysis
  • Building triads (chords)
  • Diatonic chord progressions
  • Tendency Chords
  • Using the Circle of Fifths for Songwriting and Composition
  • Borrowing from Closely Related Keys
  • Scale Degree Names
  • Tendency Tones
  • Compound Meters
  • Compound Meter Signatures
  • Reading and Writing Compound Meters
  • Triplets, dubplets, and Quadruplets
  • Finding Minor keys by alternations to Major
  • Patterns in Minor keys
  • Relative Minor keys
  • Parallel Minor keys
  • Minor keys in the Circle of Fifths
  • Using Minor Keys for Songwriting and Composition
  • Diatonic Chord Progressions in Minor
  • The V Chord and Minor and the Leading Tone Problem
  • Harmonic Minor Scales
  • Melodic Minor Scales
  • Diminished triads
  • Augmented triads
  • Chords on the guitar
  • Full Analysis: Canon in D (Pachabel)
  • Full Analysis: Minuet in G (Bach)
  • 7th Chords
  • Major 7th Chords
  • Minor 7th Chords
  • Dominant 7th Chords
  • Roman numeral analysis
  • Inversions
  • Finding chords by formula
  • The thirds inside of a chord
  • Finding fifths by finding thirds

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Requirements

  • Understudies ought to be excited about music, however don’t should be makers or artists. No related knowledge is required in music – All are welcome!
  • I’ll be utilizing a bit of programming in this course I might want understudies to get. Try not to stress – it’s free! Furthermore, chips away at Mac and PC programs. I’ll reveal to you more in the initial couple of recordings.

Description

This is a class intended for the normal individual who is prepared to take music hypothesis (or music interest) and transform it into a usable expertise. Regardless of whether you are a functioning artist or a yearning performer, this class is ideal for you.

For quite a long time I’ve been showing Music Theory in the school study hall. These classes I’m making for Udemy utilize a similar schedule I’ve utilized in my school classes for a considerable length of time, at a small amount of the expense. I accept anybody can learn Music Theory – and cost shouldn’t be an obstruction.

My way to deal with music hypothesis is to limit the remembrance. The majority of these ideas you can learn by simply understanding why harmonies carry on in specific ways. When you comprehend those ideas, you can discover any scale, key, or harmony that exists. Indeed, even imagine your own. On the off chance that you’ve attempted to learn music hypothesis previously, or on the off chance that you are simply beginning – this arrangement of courses is the ideal fit.

his class is a Comprehensive class – it will have numerous parts, experiencing my whole yearly educational program.

This Edition of the class is the “Finished” Edition: It contains levels 1, 2, and 3 completely.

Incorporated into this course:

  • 151 Video lectures, following my college Music Theory Curriculum.
  • 28 Downloadable worksheets for practice (with answers!)
  • Access through discounts to my entire network for music classes
  • Membership to the class theory-learner community

Because this is three class combined into one, going through every topic we cover in this class would make for a very, very long list. Here is just a hint of all the topics we cover:

  • My approach to Music Theory
  • Tools you will need to learn Music Theory quickly and efficiently
  • Music software: Notation programs
  • The elements of the Score
  • Pitch Names
  • Pitch Classes
  • Octaves
  • The White Keys
  • The Black Keys (not the band!)
  • Half-Steps and Whole-Steps
  • Clefs
  • Intervals
  • Naming Octaves
  • Identifying Notes on the Staff
  • Identifying Notes on the Keyboard
  • Beat and Beat Divisions
  • Tempo
  • Downbeats and Upbeats
  • Dotted Rhythms
  • Time Signatures
  • Ties
  • Accidentals
  • Form in Music Notation
  • Chromatic and Diatonic scales
  • Ordered Pitch Class Collections
  • The pattern of a Major Scale
  • Scale Degrees
  • Solfege
  • Using Minor Keys for Songwriting and Composition
  • Diatonic Chord Progressions in Minor
  • The V Chord and Minor and the Leading Tone Problem
  • Harmonic Minor Scales
  • Melodic Minor Scales
  • …and much, much more
  • Writing melodies with major scales
  • Analyzing melodies
  • What it means to be “in key”
  • Key signatures
  • How to identify key signatures
  • Popular song analysis
  • Building triads (chords)
  • Diatonic chord progressions
  • Roman numeral analysis
  • Inversions
  • Finding chords by formula
  • The thirds inside of a chord
  • Finding fifths by finding thirds
  • Diminished triads
  • Augmented triads
  • Chords on the guitar
  • Full Analysis: Canon in D (Pachabel)
  • Full Analysis: Minuet in G (Bach)
  • 7th Chords
  • Major 7th Chords
  • Minor 7th Chords
  • Dominant 7th Chords
  • Tendency Chords
  • Using the Circle of Fifths for Songwriting and Composition
  • Borrowing from Closely Related Keys
  • Scale Degree Names
  • Tendency Tones
  • Compound Meters
  • Compound Meter Signatures
  • Reading and Writing Compound Meters
  • Triplets, dubplets, and Quadruplets
  • Finding Minor keys by alternations to Major
  • Patterns in Minor keys
  • Relative Minor keys
  • Parallel Minor keys
  • Minor keys in the Circle of Fifths

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone in any country, and any age, who is ready to start learning music in a fun, casual, and informative way.
  • This course is designed for students who have either never tried to learn music theory before, or tried and couldn’t come grasp the concepts.
  • This is a course for students who want to understand everything about music theory, for the ground up.

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Last updated 2/2019
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