Teachers: The videos in this set are leveled roughly at the early to late intermediate level.
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This theory video series was updated on 10/27/2023. If you purchased the lab guide before this date and did not receive the updated form via email, please contact Amy.
#02 – How to group or “beam” 8th notes and 16th notes
#03 – D Major Scale (on staff and on the piano)
#04 – What are Scale Degree Names in Music?
#05 – Treble Clef Notes with Ledger Lines (Video Flashcards Slow to Fast)
#06 – Bass Clef Note Identification (Video Flashcards Slow to Fast)
#07 – Bass Clef Notes with Ledger Lines (Video Flashcards Slow to Fast)
#08 – How to Build the Circle of Fifths for Major Scales
#09 – Music Theory Behind Melodic Minor Scales
#10 – How Do You Build Minor Scales (3 Forms – all keys)
In this video, the term “tone” means “whole-step” and “semitone” means
“half-step.” This is because the video creator is from Canada and they use slightly different terms than in the U.S.
#11 – How to Find the Relative Minor Key (all keys)
#12 – What Are Double Sharps and Double Flats?
#13 – What are Major and Perfect intervals
#14 – What Are Minor Intervals?
#15 – What are Augmented and Diminished Intervals?
#16 – Intermediate Music Theory Tempo Marks and Dynamics
#17 – 7 Common Tempo Markings
#18 – Expression & Articulation Marks in Music Theory
#19 – Music Terms: Grazioso, cantabile, dolce, staccato, accents and stresses
#20 – Augmented and Diminished Chords
#21 – Diminished 7th Chords (full and half-diminished)
#22 – Dominant 7th Chord Inversions
#23 – Sound of Chords – Major/Minor Primary Chords + 7ths
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