Music Theory level 1 - it's time to beginning learning all of the music theory concepts that will build a foundation for your students and children.
In the first year of music theory studies, students learn about: the staff, the musical alphabet, the piano keyboard, notes on the treble staff and bass staff, parts of notes, bar lines, measures, basic rhythms, time signatures, counting, steps/skips, dynamics, high/low, up/down, same/different, and vocabulary. Whew! Most of these concepts are taught in a private lesson setting spread out over a year of lessons.
There's an easier way to learn, relearn, and review music theory concepts. This course is divided into 5 lessons and 16 sub lessons, each covering just one topic. Each topic is reinforced through a multi-media video lesson and printable worksheets. This gives students a chance to watch, learn, and re-watch as needed to reinforce concepts. Self-paced learning has been proven to be an effective tool in retaining information.
There's no better way to learn music theory. Grab you seat in the course today! Individual and studio pricing available.
“A. was excited to see your video yesterday again, he really loves the computer effects....I told him he was going to correct his own worksheet by watching the same video again. Right away, as he was watching it, he already knew some of the stuff he had missed. What a fun alternative for him to study his music theory!”Paola P., piano teacher and mother of a music student.
This self-led course is for you if:
- You are a student wanting to learn all of the Level 1 Music Theory concepts on your own, at your own pace.
- You are a teacher and want to free up valuable lesson time by integrating online Music Theory lessons into your lab time.
- You want to be able to throughly learn and practice music theory concepts.
- You are a parent and want to make sure that your child thoroughly understands all of the level 1 music theory concepts.
Learn Music Theory, practice for the state test, and grown in your musical knowledge - all at a franction of the price of live lessons.