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Coursera The University of Edinburgh Fundamentals of Music Theory TUTORiAL

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P2P 30 MARCH 2015 | 1.33 GB

The University of Edinburgh
Fundamentals of Music Theory
This course will introduce students to the theory of music, providing them with the skills needed to read and write Western music notation, as well as to understand, analyse, and listen informedly. It will cover material such as pitches and scales, intervals, clefs, rhythm, form, meter, phrases and cadences, and basic harmony.

Instructors

  • Dr Michael Edwards
  • The University of Edinburgh
  • Dr Zack Moir
  • The University of Edinburgh
  • Richard Worth
  • The University of Edinburgh
  • Dr Nikki Moran
  • The University of Edinburgh
  • Dr John Philip Kitchen, MA BMus PhD FRCO LRAM
  • The University of Edinburgh

    About the Course

    This course, from the University of Edinburgh's Reid School of Music (recently ranked first in the UK), is suitable for those who have never studied music academically. It will introduce you to the theory of Western music, providing you with the skills needed to read and write Western music notation, as well as to understand, analyse, and listen informedly.
    It will provide the basis for the further study of music both from a theoretical and practical point of view: musicology, pastiche and free composition, analysis, performance, and aural skills.
    It will also be useful to experienced musicians without music notation skills who wish to extend their practice through a grounding in the tools of Western music theory and notation.

    Course Syllabus

  • Week-by-Week breakdown
  • Pitches, scales, modes, and chords
  • Keys and intervals
  • Rhythm and form
  • Harmony 1: functional harmony
  • Harmony 2: inversions, cadences, and sequences

    Recommended Background

    No background required.
    Suggested Readings
    Although not required to participate in the course, an excellent text/reference book for the course would be:
    S. M. Kostka, D. Payne. Tonal Harmony. McGraw-Hill Education, 2008.
    We understand that this might be hard to find or prohibitively expensive where you're living, so it really is just a suggestion. A good and cheaper substitution would be:
    E. Taylor. The AB Guide to Music Theory Vol 1. Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, 1989.

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