Fun Music Theory Taught By Two Kids And Their Dad

Fun Music Theory Taught By Two Kids And Their Dad

Published 6/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.16 GB | Duration: 1h 7m

videos, games and quizzes to make music theory easy and fun

What you'll learn
Learn the basics of music theory
Learn how major and minor scales are formed
Learn chords and understand different keys in music
Be able to create your own simple song at the end of the course

No musical experience is required.
A piano or keyboard will help you advance more quickly and to practice the themes taught in this course.

Introductory to music theory course taught by two kids (8 and 10 years old) with help from their dad. This course covers topics including intervals, scales, chords, harmony, melody, keys, the Circle of 5ths and more, culminating in the tools to write your own song. It is mainly a theory course but uses the piano as the vehicle to learn. While it is taught by kids and accessible for young learners, it contains lots of rich content, and we hope to reach audiences of all ages who are interested in music theory. The approach we took in this course strives to appeal to those with different learning styles, so the instruction is done through videos but most sections also include additional resources in the form of text and images. Each section also includes an activity/game to practice the skills you have learned as well as a quiz to test your knowledge as you go.The idea to create this course was born out of years of practicing piano and learning theory together and finding some creative ways to make learning music fun. We began by making a few videos for a friend who was learning piano, and it took off from there. Mark is a believer that teaching a skill will help ensure mastery of the subject matter, so we just kept going!

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Table of Contents

Lecture 3 Key Terms

Lecture 4 Pitch, Middle C, Semitones

Lecture 5 Intervals

Lecture 6 Game: Intervals

Section 2: Duration of Notes and Rhythm

Lecture 7 Key Terms

Lecture 8 Different Types of Notes and Rests

Lecture 9 Game: Follow the Leader (Rhythm)

Section 3: Scales and Tonic

Lecture 10 Key Terms

Lecture 11 Major Scales and Tonic

Lecture 12 The Tonic Feels like Coming Home

Lecture 13 Game: Major Scales

Section 4: Harmony and Melody

Lecture 14 Key Terms

Lecture 15 Harmonic Notes and Melodic Notes

Lecture 16 Game: Harmonic or Melodic Notes?

Section 5: Accidentals

Lecture 17 Key Terms

Lecture 18 Sharps and Flats

Lecture 19 Game: Enharmonic Equivalent

Section 6: Chords

Lecture 20 Key Terms

Lecture 21 Major Chords and Minor Chords

Lecture 22 Changing a Major Chord to a Minor Chord

Lecture 23 Intervals: The Rest of the Story

Lecture 24 Game: Chords by Numbers

Section 7: Reading Music

Lecture 25 Key Terms

Lecture 26 Treble Clef and Bass Clef

Lecture 27 2 Games: Note identification Race and Spelling Words

Section 8: Keys

Lecture 28 Key Terms

Lecture 29 Keys and Relative Minor

Lecture 30 Minor Scales

Lecture 31 Diatonic Chord Progression

Lecture 32 Game: Diatonic Chord Progression

Section 9: Circle of 5ths

Lecture 33 Key Terms

Lecture 34 Circle of 5ths

Lecture 35 The Order of Flats and the Order of Sharps

Lecture 36 Relative Minors with the Circle of 5ths

Lecture 37 Game: Make Your Own Circle of 5ths

Section 10: Writing Your Own Song

Lecture 38 Tips to Writing Your Song

Lecture 39 Will's Song

True beginners with no musical background (kids or adults),Beginner piano players with some piano experience who have an interest in learning the theory behind what they are playing


Fun Music Theory Taught By Two Kids And Their Dad


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