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Music Theory Prep is a preparatory course for students considering studying Music in college. Material in this class is equivalent to that of an entry-level Music Theory class one would take in college.
Seckman Music Studio
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How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Considering studying music in college? Music theory will be a requirement. Music Theory Prep level 1 will get you ready for studying music theory after high-school. This lecture-style class meets once a week for 25 minutes each week to allow students to gain a basic understanding of the concept, and discuss questions with the instructor and fellow classmates. Homework will be given as a Google form for students to complete and receive instant feedback. No previous music theory knowledge is...
The goal of this class is for your to have enough knowledge on Music Theory for you to test-out of an entry-level Music Theory class in college. Please note, this class is not for college credit, nor does it contain or cover AP Music Theory material. This class is merely to prepare a student for the rigors of college-level Music Theory course work. The class is divided into the following weeks and topics. Keep in mind that this outline is fluid and the weeks can change depending on the pace of each section: (Spring 2023 dates will be added in once the class listing is approved.) Week of January 1-7: Pitch and Pitch Class - how we read notes in various ways. Week of January 8-14: Simple Time Signatures - learning and understanding time signatures, and how we organize beats and rhythms. Week of January 15-21: Composing a Simple Song from Pitch Class and Time Signatures Week of January 22-28: Pitch Collections - how notes are ordered organized. Week of January 29 - February 4: Compound Time Signatures - more complex and advance time signatures Week of February 5-11: Minor Keys and the Diatonic Modes - more ways we read and organize notes. Week of February 12-18: Intervals - spacing and distancing between pitches. Week of February 19-25: Composing a Simple Song using a Minor Key Week of February 26 - March 4: Triads part 1 - introduction to chords, spelling triads and their contexts. Week of March 5-11: Seventh Chords - spelling 7th chords, their structures, and context in music.
Zach Seckman has been teaching music since 2011. Throughout his career, Zach has taught 300+ students on Piano, Ukulele, Drums and Percussion, Voice, and Guitar. After receiving his Bachelor of Music Education from Kansas State, he set-up shop and started his own private teaching studio. Seckman currently teaches both in-person and online music classes and lessons in his school in Kansas. Aside from teaching, Zach also writes music for solos, ensembles, and has published methods for Music Theory, Piano, and Percussion.
Students will be given homework after each class they can complete on their own time. The class also includes 2 composing projects that will be done together in class. Homework assignments will act as a review of the class and take place as a Google Form and the link will be posted in the classroom the day of the class. These forms will be graded to give students instant feedback and they will be given the opportunity to re-do their homework as many time as needed.
Students will be given a PDF of the class notes they can follow along with, along with a worksheet they can fill out during the class. This will be posted in the classroom the day of the class to give students time to print the PDF if they wish.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students answers of their homework will be checked for comprehension.
25 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Seckman Music Studio
Seckman Music Studio Makes Music Happen, and makes it happen stress free!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
44 total reviews
145 completed classes
Hello, and welcome to our home here on OutSchool! Seckman Music Studio is a private music school located in Wichita, Kansas where we offer various classes and lessons for Piano, Ukulele, Voice, Drums, Guitar, Songwriting/Composing, and more! We've...