The Quick-Start Guide to Music Theory is for all of you out there who want to learn more about music theory but don’t know where to start!
A single piece of music has an overwhelming number of moving parts: melody (notes coming one after the other, harmony, rhythm, meter, volume, form, phrasing, and much more. This mini-course breaks music down into smaller pieces for you to look at like music theorists do.
This means, not only will you come out having a better idea of what music is and does, you’ll also be able to connect more deeply with music as a listener, composer, or performer.
The course also includes a couple of short assignments (discussion posts), which means you’ll be part of a community who are learning with you.
The Quick-Start Guide to Music Theory is for:
- Music enthusiasts
- New musicians
- Anyone interested in learning about how music theory works
What will You Get from the Quick-Start Guide to Music Theory
- An easy-to-follow framework that you can use to analyze any song/piece of music
- A deeper connection to the music you listen to every day
- A language to discuss your favorite aspects of music with others
- A community of people who are learning the same
- An idea of what interests you the most in music and how to learn more about it
What Are You Waiting for?
This mini-course will get you going on the road to understanding how music influences you and connects you to others.