Music Theory

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  1. FDA-DSSS

    FDA-DSSS New Member

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    Does anyone know of any good sites that focus in on Music Theory.

    Thanks in advance!
  2. -Mm-

    -Mm- New Member

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    ummm what do you want to know??

    If you want to know something specific then you can ask at
    http://www.ibreathemusic.com
    They can answer the most complicated questions :p
  3. willi001

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    you can always ask here too..There are lots of talented people on this site...
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    write2matthew New Member

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    Wow write2matthew, that site rocks! gw...
  6. rknrne

    rknrne Active Member

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    A good stater for kids is at www.musicace.com for a free demo. I bought both cd'roms the kids love it and learn.What a concept!
  7. mattmoo

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    Thanks...

    good sites and good advice...
  8. Kiedel

    Kiedel New Member

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    To be honest - I don't favour the net for things like music theory - to much margin for error - i would advise you to use the associated board music books - much better in my opinion.
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    I think associated board has some good music theory books or try Progressive Guide to Music Theory published by IMP I think. Various grades and comes with CDRom.
  10. Myst1x

    Myst1x New Member

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    WHat can't you learn urself?
  11. Cantabile

    Cantabile Guest

    The two basic 'textbooks' for reference published by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music are The AB Guide to Music Theory parts one and two. Part one covers grades 1-5; part two covers 6-8.
    They also publish workbooks ('Music Theory in Practice') for each grade, and the use of these along with occasional visits to a teacher/someone who knows about music to check you're on the right lines is IMO the best way to learn music theory.

    Here are the books:

    http://www.abrsmpub.co.uk/publications.html

    Good luck :)

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