Music Theory & Ear-Training
Fundamentals of Music Theory
Build the foundational skills that are vital to your success in subsequent levels of music theory, including: pitches and scales, clefs, key signatures, intervals, triad building and inversions, meter and time signatures.
Perfect for: Beginning students, or those who need a refresher on the foundational elements of music theory.
Music Theory: Harmony & Form Analysis
Sharpen the necessary skills to succeed in Music Theory I, II, III, or IV such as: tonal harmony, non-chord tones, harmonic analysis of common practice era repertoire, form (structure, phrases, cadences, etc.), part-writing/counterpoint.
Perfect for: Students enrolled in Music Theory levels I, II, III, or IV
Music Theory: Composition Techniques
Want some help with your composition skills? We've got your covered!
Fine-tune your skills in the solfege system, including: solfege syllables and hand signs, and practical applications of the solfege system through sight-singing.
Perfect for: Beginning students, or those who need a refresher on solfege and sight-singing basics.
Ear-Training: Melodic & Rhythmic Dictation
Sharpen the skills necessary for your aural skills class, including: interval recognition, meter and time signatures, rhythmic dictation.
Perfect for: students enrolled in Ear-Training levels I, II, III, or IV
Ear-Training: Harmonic Dictation
Hone harmonic dictation skills, including: notating a soprano melody supported by harmony in alto, tenor, and bass voices, and reinforcing part-writing skills.