New Comprehensive Music Theory (Part 1, 2 & 3) [TUTORIAL]

New Comprehensive Music Theory (Part 1, 2 & 3) [TUTORIAL]

New Comprehensive Music Theory (Part 1, 2 & 3) [TUTORIAL]

Introduction to Music Theory: Fundamentals and Terminology

What you’ll learn:

  • Basic elements of music (pitch, rhythm, tempo, dynamics, and timbre)
  • The staff and clefs
  • Note values and time signatures
  • Major and minor scales
  • Basic chord progressions
  • Introduction to musical notation and sight-reading
  • Key signatures and circle of fifths
  • Intervals and triads
  • Chord inversions and cadences
  • Basic musical forms (binary, ternary, and rondo)
  • Basic concepts of melody writing and harmony
  • Advanced chord progressions (such as the ii-V-I progression)
  • Introduction to chord extensions and alterations
  • Introduction to chord substitutions and reharmonization
  • Advanced musical forms (such as sonata form)
  • Analysis of music to understand how harmony and melody work together


  • The training does not require any prior knowledge of music theory. You will acquire all of the knowledge that you require
  • Students need to be ready to spend a significant amount of time outside of class learning and practicing the various ideas that are covered in music theory
  • Reading and writing are important abilities for students to have, as there is a significant amount of reading and writing involved in music theory

Welcome to our Comprehensive Music Theory Course! In this course, you will delve into the fascinating world of music theory, where you will learn the principles and techniques that underlie all of the music we hear and love.Throughout this course, you will explore the fundamentals of music theory, starting with the basics of notation, rhythm, and meter. From there, you will build your knowledge and skills in areas such as harmony, melody, chord progressions, scales, and modes. You will learn how to analyze music, how to identify musical forms, and how to compose and arrange music using the concepts and tools of music theory.This course is designed to be interactive and engaging, with plenty of opportunities for you to practice and apply what you learn. You will have the chance to work on individual assignments, and group projects, and participate in class discussions and critiques. You will also have access to a variety of resources, including textbooks, online tutorials, and recordings of musical examples.Whether you are a beginner or an experienced musician, this course will provide you with a solid foundation in music theory that will enhance your understanding and appreciation of music. By the end of this course, you will be able to read, analyze, and create music with confidence and proficiency, and you will have a deep appreciation for the rich history and culture of music.


Section 1: Music Fundamentals

  • Lecture 1 Stave/Staff & Clefs
  • Lecture 2 Sight Reading with Letters
  • Lecture 3 Musical Notes & Rests
  • Lecture 4 Relationship between Music Notes
  • Lecture 5 Time Signatures/Metre
  • Lecture 6 Accidentals
  • Lecture 7 Keyboard Setting
  • Lecture 8 Intervals I
  • Lecture 9 Scales with Accidentals
  • Lecture 10 Scales with Key Signatures
  • Lecture 11 Triads
  • Lecture 12 Musical Terms & Signs I

Section 2: Music Theory 101

  • Lecture 13 Leger Lines & Accidentals (Extended)
  • Lecture 14 Dotted Notes
  • Lecture 15 Simple Time Signatures (Extended I)
  • Lecture 16 Compound Time Signatures
  • Lecture 17 Major Scales (Extended I)
  • Lecture 18 Minor Scales (Extended I)
  • Lecture 19 Major Triads (Extended)
  • Lecture 20 Minor Triads (Extended)
  • Lecture 21 Musical Terms & Signs II

Section 3: Introduction to Harmony & Analysis

  • Lecture 22 Sight Reading (Extended)
  • Lecture 23 Octave Transposition
  • Lecture 24 Musical Notes, Rests & Dotted Notes (Extended)
  • Lecture 25 Time Signatures (Extended II)
  • Lecture 26 Major Scales (Extended II)
  • Lecture 27 Minor Scales (Extended II)
  • Lecture 28 Major Triads & Inversions
  • Lecture 29 Intervals II
  • Lecture 30 Musical Terms & Signs III

This music theory course is appropriate for students of all experience levels, from those with no prior musical training to seasoned professionals who wish to hone their abilities.

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