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
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WHO WROTE THAT NATURAL SIGN?!
This a cappella will absolutely floor you.
Music geeks: we love you.
So… he’s not the greatest pianist. But good effort.
‘You’ll find this information VERY useful…’
Turns out Joey, Monica, Ross et al really knew their music theory (kind of).
He wrote some of Michael Jackson’s biggest songs, but this one stands out.
So much complex music, made so simple…
One of John Lennon’s greatest compositions has a link to one of Beethoven’s.
Watch how the relationships phase and develop.
Can you work out what it is? Music geeks: COUNT HARD.
Wonderfully striking and eloquent guides that will have you spicing up your harmony in no time!
That bow hold, Jeremy. Come on.
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The 12 tones of the chromatic scale, their corresponding key signatures, and the associated major and minor keys. All on a pizza.
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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.