Music Theory I
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Genre: Music / Music Fundamentals | Language: English | +Project Files
The first semester of university music theory
Music Theory I is designed for any person interested in learning the basics of western music theory. It is specifically tailored to students in a college or university setting, but it is perfect for anyone simply looking to learn, or improve their understanding of, music theory.
What are the lessons like?
Lessons are presented in short, information-dense modules with many quizzes and downloadable worksheets accompanying them. Each video is written and constructed to be as concise as possible so that no time is wasted. The lessons are structured to build on each other making the flow seamless and easy to understand.
Who teaches the course?
Max Keller is currently a full-time lecturer in the areas of music theory and composition at the Mahidol University College of Music. If you have any questions while studying this course Max personally responds to all discussions and messages.
Who should take this course?
Anyone who took the previous course, "Music Theory Foundations"College or university students taking the first year of music theoryAnyone who can read music a little and wants to understand more about music theoryA producer or composer that is looking to improve their craftPeople who want to take the best online courses for music theory there are
What are the requirements?
Know the concepts taught in Music Theory FoundationsBe able to read music notationHave a pdf reader
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 17 lectures and 1 hour of content!Master the first semester of college music theoryNotate different types of rhythmsUnderstand functions of notes within the major and minor scalesUnderstand diatonic chord functionsCorrectly resolve dominant 7th chords to tonicRealize figured bass linesHarmonize a precomposed melody
What is the target audience?
This is a college level course. It is meant for students who already know how to read sheet music and understand basic music theory including: treble and bass clefs, intervals, triads, major and minor scales, and key signatures.If any of these areas are unknown or are perhaps weak then students are highly encouraged to take my course entitled "Music Theory Foundations" which was created to help absolute beginning students prepare for Music Theory I.
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