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Having played the piano for over 25 years, I have had some exposure to what we call music theory. As a piano teacher, I have had ample opportunity to describe to many new students exactly what music theory is and the basics of it. So what is basic music theory? The basics of music theory […]
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Whether you're just beginning to learn music theory or whether you've known it for years, it's always helpful to have a few handy guides laying around. Our music theory guides range from key signatures to cadences, and we're always adding to the list, so make sure to keep checking back for more music theory tips
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Ever wondered what the best key for your song might be? From a practical point of view, the vocal range of your singer will obviously need bearing in mind. But what's the best key for your...
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How to read music on a treble clef for beginners, music symbols, note names, UK, USA
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Piano practice can be fun too!Most people don’t really want to ‘learn’ to play the piano or ‘practice’ the piano, They just want to ‘Play’ sounds like fun. #piano #pianoaesthetic #pianosheetmusic #…
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Free Music theory Worksheets, Scales, Chords, Keys and Note Identification etc
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Music theory private lessons for students on all instruments. Music theory is the written language of music.
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One of the first things you should learn in music is the types of musical notes and their time values. In this post we'll look at how to notate music including
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Learning how to transpose music will help you better understand the theory behind what creates all those emotive, provoking sounds of a song. This article is here to help you!
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In music, relative keys are the major and minor keys that share the same key signature. For example, G Major and E Minor are relative keys because they both share a key signature of one sharp. Every key signature has a corresponding major and minor key. Check out the chart below to look at the entire list!
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