Music Theory for Dummies - Stage 2
What you'll learn
- How to know what's the scale of any melody
- How to construct and recognize all major scales by ear and in writing
- The use of the Circle of Fifths
- Knowledge of proficiencies taught in Stage 1 in this series: Music pitch notation and intervals
Do you wish to master all music scales?
To be able to accompany yourself in a way that best fits your voice?
To be able to participate instantly in any playing group, without errors or kicks?
To achieve all these abilities, apart from other crucial proficiencies in music, you must be fluent in your knowledge of music scales.
In this course, 2nd stage in Music Theory for Dummies, I will teach you how to recognize, construct and use musical scales.
You will be able to calculate the right notes for each and every scale in three methods (pick what's best for you....), and begin to use them.
This, of course, would be - as is usual in my method - accompanied by teaching the ear as well, to listen, recognize, and if need be - rectify.
In 7 clear videos you will understand concepts like the Tonic, scale degrees, and accidentals.
Exercises and quizzes will help you track your progress and be sure you've well understood the lessons.
This course deals only with the major scales, because they are the basis for all other scales in western music.
The minor scales and the Church modes, will be dealt with in the next course - I wish to keep it short and neat.
So subscribe now to Music Theory for Dummies Stage 2, and you'll see. more than ever, how Music Theory - is practical!!!
Who this course is for:
- Music players or just music lovers who wish to understand how music works
- Music players who play mainly by ear, and feel stuck...
Born 1969 in Jerusalem, Israel, Eran Solomon is an MA in Composition, and has close to 30 years of experience as a music educator in many fields: Music Theory, History of Music, Piano accompaniment, Composition & Improvisation, and Philosophy of Music.
Eran teaches music online on other platforms on the Web as well.