Music theory includes the rudiments of music, harmony, counterpoint, notation and a whole host of other subjects. It’s part of every musician’s learning curve, and we’ve got a whole host of handy guides and explainers for a huge range of subjects.
The fundamentals of music theory can be categorised as follows:
- Performance technique
Wonderfully striking and eloquent guides that will have you spicing up your harmony in no time!
That bow hold, Jeremy. Come on.
Do you have a sacred filing system for your records? Do you sing the harmonies in Happy Birthday? Come over here...
The 12 tones of the chromatic scale, their corresponding key signatures, and the associated major and minor keys. All on a pizza.
Get to know the rudiments of music in infographic form, thanks to these...
So smooth you don’t even know it’s there.
Haydn was a flipping music genius, wasn’t he?
David Cameron has resigned as MP for Witney, and we can't stop thinking about THE HUM.
What’s more - it occurs at EXACTLY the golden ratio point.
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Some steps are less simple as others...
We’re not talking just treble and bass…
Only Lenny could do this.
Very clever: you will need Jaws, Happy Birthday and Black Sabbath.
The effect it has on the crowd is completely ingenious.
This is a dream for music theory nerds. So clever.
This is the power of music theory: it makes bad tunes better.
Because music history is hard, and cat gifs are educational.
Seriously: the weirdest sounds to come out of a human mouth.
Now you can easily turn ‘Abide With Me’ into a properly crunchy chord-fest.