Introduction to Music Theory and Beyond


In my introduction to music theory I will help build you build the necessary foundation to go confidently into any Bachelor-level college courses and beyond. The only prerequisite is a prior knowledge of how to read music which I think is best learned on the instrument of your choice (and a lot more fun too). My experience was 4 years of music theory courses at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University where I achieved the highest theory marks of my graduating class over the 4 year program. Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions! Possible topics available to cover: Basic: Intervals Triads Rhythms Circle of Fifths Enharmonics Basic Scales (Major, Natural, Harmonic, Melodic Minor) Treble, Bass, Alto, Tenor, Soprano Clefs Scale Degrees their harmonized chords Figured Bass Basic Counterpoint Basic Choral Writing including how to harmonize a melody or realize one from figured bass Intermediate: The Modes: Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Locrian Scales: Octatonic, Pentatonic, Whole, Chromatic Secondary Dominants Advanced Rhythms Choral Writing: handling dissonance and further rules Augmented Sixths Formal Analysis Skills for Tonal Music Advanced: Modal Mixture Chromatic Mediants Dodecaphonics/Serialism Atonality and methods of analysis
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Week of Monday 15/07
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