Music Theory



Music Theory 2

In this course, students expand their knowledge of key signatures to include relative minors (one sharp or flat only), as well as the concept of harmonic minor.  They continue learning the constructs of good melody writing, and begin to study the great composers. This level introduces tonic chord symbols.



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Eames 9/17 - 6/3 Mo 05:00 PM - 05:30 PM $737.95 View 6
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Music Theory 3

Students expand their knowledge of key signatures to two sharps and flats (major and minor) and are introduced to melodic minor.  They play these scales on the piano and on their own instruments. They learn about major and perfect intervals and begin octave transposition.  This level adds dominant triads and chord symbols to their repertoire.



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Eames 9/17 - 6/3 Mo 05:30 PM - 06:00 PM $737.95 View 7

Music Theory 4

In this level, students study key signatures and scales up to three sharps and flats.  They learn how to transpose a melodic line into another clef, and are introduced to minor intervals.  This course adds subdominant triads to the mix, and students now progress to writing four-measure melodies outlining specific harmonies.



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MT4.01
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Eames 9/17 - 6/3 Mo 06:00 PM - 06:30 PM $739.95 View 10
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MT4.02
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Eames 9/22 - 6/1 Sa 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM $739.95 View 10

Music Theory 5

Students continue the foundations established at the Elementary levels and further develop understanding of notational conventions, analysis, melody and composition, and music history.

Intermediate level examinations require cumulative knowledge of concepts from all previous levels.



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Music Theory 6

Students learn about double sharps and flats, as well as augmented and diminished intervals.  They learn how to transpose a melody up by any interval, and are introduced to half and authentic cadences.  Students go more in depth into the characteristics of the Baroque and Classical eras.



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Eames 9/18 - 5/28 Tu 06:30 PM - 07:00 PM $739.95 View 9
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Eames 9/22 - 6/1 Sa 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM $739.95 View 9

Music Theory Prep+1

This course begins with literacy of both treble and bass clefs, and reading music on the grand staff.  Students learn the keys of the piano to facilitate theory concepts. Students study rhythms up to pairs of 8th notes and basic time signatures and will do some simple sight reading both on the piano and their own instruments.  Students are exposed to C Major and a minor scales and beginning musical analysis.

Students build on their knowledge to include accidentals (sharps, flats, and naturals), as well as half and whole steps. They learn how to count intervals (size only) and are introduced to G and F Major scales and key signatures.  This level begins guided listening projects of famous repertoire, as well as basic melody writing.



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Eames 9/17 - 6/3 Mo 04:15 PM - 05:00 PM $755.90 View
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MTP1.02
Main Campus - Building D
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Eames 9/22 - 6/1 Sa 09:15 AM - 10:00 AM $755.90 View 9