Integrated Music Theory
Using music listening, playing, and reading skills, students will get their first taste of what makes up the building blocks of musical thought and expression
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This is an introduction to music theory for students who have some experience singing or playing any instrument and want to explore the theory of music they play and hear around the world. We will learn about aspects of music theory, integrating what we hear, how we play, and what we see written. Some weeks we may focus on the music of one composer, other weeks we may start with a question like "why are there twelve notes in an octave" and still other weeks we'll be moving to rhythmic...
Students in this class will learn about different kinds of music, from classical to jazz to music theory in other cultures. They will have immediately-applicable skills to their instruments in this hands-on and engaging overview of the basics of how we understand musical structures.
Students should have access to their instruments for every class. Students are welcome to bring the music they are studying in their music lessons for a chance for the group to study it together in relation to the topics covered that day.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Piano and Music Pedagogue
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
208 total reviews
251 completed classes
Bachelor’s of Music in Performance, Oberlin Conservatory, USA Diplôme de Perfectionnement, Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Versailles, France 13+ years working, performing, and teaching piano, general music, choir, and organ all over the...