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Foundational Music Theory
In this course students will complete a series of exercises and games to practice reading basic music notation and learn foundational music theory!
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$15 per class
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Over 4 weeks
55 minutes per class
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In this foundational music theory course students will learn: How to read music on bass and treble clef. Musical notation reading and basic composition. How to identify key signatures and apply this information. Rhythm and timing. Students will enjoy a variety of interactive games and discussions in class where group participation is part of building skills and teamwork. This will be concurrent with lectures. My teaching philosophy is to engage the whole child, engaging each student to...
This class is taught in English.
Students will understand and apply a system of notation, and identify the following correctly: Lines Spaces Staff Measures Note Values Students will understand and apply an understanding of pitch: high and low pitches Skips Steps Jumps. Students will understand and apply an understanding of both Treble and Bass Clef and how they interact on the master staff. Students will understand and apply an understanding of the conventions of music, such as: The musical alphabet Key signatures The Circle of Fifths Reading musical notation and identifying simple tunes. Students will understand and apply an understanding of the basics of theory in their final composition project.
Violin and Viola teacher for all ages for 7+ years. Violinist for 20+ years. Violist for 2+ years. Participated in community music groups, and music education in early learning settings for 5 years.
Students will be given weekly opportunities to reinforce concepts at home using programs such as noteflight, and through their final composition project. which will be a group effort during class, but can be expanded upon as desired at home.
Students may need: musical composition notebook ($3.99 on Amazon) Pencil Access to a piano If a student does not have access to these things, please review the class resources. They can provide similar tools online.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
Learner progress is assessed through their demonstration in class of understanding and applying the learning goals. Also each student will be graded based on their final composition project. Grades available upon request.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Tools used in class on screen share will include: Musicca tools (such as metronome or online piano.) Online piano tool These tools will be used to determine pitch sounds and musical alphabet placement on a piano keyboard. Students will need to get a free noteflight account for their final composition project. This is optional as students can complete this project using musical composition paper instead.
We may refer to publicly available musical works during our reading musical notation.
Making Music Accessible and FUN for all Children
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
59 total reviews
132 completed classes
I teach Violin and Viola, both to individual learners and sibling groups. I have classes set up to meet just about any need or request, and am glad to work with your family to set up a course that meets your needs! I offer materials that cover...