Unit 4 Table of Contents

Lesson 1 - https://musescore.com/groups/basics-of-music/discuss/4001791

Lesson 2 - https://musescore.com/groups/basics-of-music/discuss/4001811

Unit Exam(s) - Interval Identification (20pts) www.musictheory.net/exercises/interval/brwo9b99999nnyery , Interval Construction (15pts) www.musictheory.net/exercises/interval-construction/brwo9bb99999ynybn8dy , Hearing Intervals (10pts) www.musictheory.net/exercises/ear-interval/998eyyngneyyyyny , and applying what you know about intervals to identify notes using a reference pitch (5pts) www.musictheory.net/exercises/ear-note/iinbhyngneyyydby

Grades:

#1 - NobleEwe -15/30, 1:22

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Unit 4- Intervals; Lesson 1

In this unit, we will cover intervals.

Lesson 1 - "Generic and Specific Intervals," musictheory.net.

Reading - http://www.musictheory.net/lessons/30 , http://www.musictheory.net/lessons/31

Assignment - Interval Identification - www.musictheory.net/exercises/interval/8rwo9b99999nnynny
Interval Construction - www.musictheory.net/exercises/interval-construction/brwo9bb99999ynybndny

When you have completed the reading, do the assignment. When your assignment is completed, click on the "View Report" button, put your MuseScore user ID in, and hit "sign report." Copy and past your verification code in the comments, and I'll update the the "grades."

Grades:

#1a - NobleEwe - 10/10, 2:19.
#1b - NobleEwe - 10/10, 1:14

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Unit 1 Table of Contents

Lesson 1 - https://musescore.com/groups/3987921/discuss/3989296

Lesson 2 - https://musescore.com/groups/3987921/discuss/3989321

Lesson 3 - https://musescore.com/groups/3987921/discuss/3989331

Lesson 4 - https://musescore.com/groups/3987921/discuss/3989346

Lesson 5 - https://musescore.com/groups/3987921/discuss/3989366

Lesson 6 - https://musescore.com/groups/3987921/discuss/3989381

Unit Exam (post verification code in the comments) - www.musictheory.net/exercises/keyboard/999dyynbdky

Grades:

#1 - NobleEwe - 50/50, 2:03. Unit total: 90/90, 6:00
#2 - Christian Raduns - 50/50, 2:13. Unit total: 90/90, 4:49
#3 - Elizabeth Asher - 50/50, 2:25, Unit total: 90/90, 4:57
#4 - Katherinefrosty - 50/50, 2:41. Unit total: 87/90, 5:52
#5 - kiel98 - 35/50, 3:00. Unit total 55/90 (missed exercise from lesson 6), 7:16

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Unit 1- The Basics; Lesson 6

In this unit, we will cover the basic elements that probably everyone knows.

Lesson 6 - "Steps and Accidentals," musictheory.net.

Reading - http://www.musictheory.net/lessons/20

Assignment - www.musictheory.net/exercises/note-construction/drwrwyryyyyybynfry

When you have completed the reading, do the assignment. When your assignment is completed, click on the "View Report" button, put your MuseScore user ID in, and hit "sign report." Copy and past your verification code in the comments, and I'll update the the "grades."

Grades:

#1 - Elizabeth Asher - 20/20 -
1:18
#2 - Christian Raduns - 20/20, 1:25
#3 - NobleEwe - 20/20, 2:14
#4 - Katherinefrosty - 17/20, 2:30

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Unit 1- The Basics; Lesson 1

In this unit, we will cover the basic elements that probably everyone knows.

Lesson 1 - "The Staff, Clefs, and Ledger Lines," musictheory.net.

Reading - http://www.musictheory.net/lessons/10

Assignment - www.musictheory.net/exercises/note/drwrwyrybynyyfry

When you have completed the reading, do the assignment. When your assignment is completed, click on the "View Report" button, put your MuseScore user ID in, and hit "sign report." Copy and past your verification code in the comments, and I'll update the the "grades."

Grades:

#1 - Christian Raduns - 20/20 - 1:11
#2 - Elizabeth Asher - 20/20 - 1:14
#3 - Katherinefrosty - 20/20 - 1:41
#4 - NobleEwe - 20/20 - 1:43
#5 - kiel98 - 20/20 - 4:16

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Unit 4- Intervals; Lesson 2

In this unit, we will cover intervals.

Lesson 2 - "Writing Intervals and Interval Inversions," musictheory.net.

Reading - http://www.musictheory.net/lessons/32 , http://www.musictheory.net/lessons/33

Assignment - Hearing Intervals (practice) - www.musictheory.net/exercises/ear-interval/998jyyngneyyyyyy , Hearing Intervals (Exam) - www.musictheory.net/exercises/ear-interval/998jyyngneyyyery

When you have completed the reading, I would encourage you to practice hearing the intervals. Once you feel comfortable enough with them, go to the exam and do the assignment. When your assignment is completed, click on the "View Report" button, put your MuseScore user ID in, and hit "sign report." Copy and past your verification code in the comments, and I'll update the the "grades."

Grades:

#1 - NobleEwe - 20/20, 2:43

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Unit 3- Scales and Key Signatures; Lesson 1

In this unit, we will cover the basics of scales and key signatures.

Lesson 1 - "Scales," musictheory.net, Anthony Sharp, Michael New

Readings - http://www.musictheory.net/lessons/21 , http://www.musictheory.net/lessons/22 , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcllhFHAuwU , https://youtu.be/d_DxhbYwJDA
Assignment - www.musictheory.net/exercises/ear-scale/99bbyyngneyyny

When you have completed the reading, do the assignment. When your assignment is completed, click on the "View Report" button, put your MuseScore user ID in, and hit "sign report." Copy and past your verification code in the comments, and I'll update the the "grades."

Grades:

#1 - NobleEwe - 10/10 - 1:38

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Unit 3- Scales and Key Signatures; Lesson 3

In this unit, we will cover the basics of scales and key signatures.

Lesson 3 - "Key Signatures," musictheory.net, "Music Theory Site"

Readings - http://www.musictheory.net/lessons/24 , http://musictheorysite.com/the-circle-of-fifths/

Assignment - www.musictheory.net/exercises/keysig/dhxydydrgyyy

When you have completed the reading, do the assignment. When your assignment is completed, click on the "View Report" button, put your MuseScore user ID in, and hit "sign report." Copy and past your verification code in the comments, and I'll update the the "grades."

Grades:

#1 - NobleEwe - 30/30 - 1:09

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Welcome!

Hello all,

This group is designed specifically for people who wish they knew more about theory. I am not actually teaching it, I'm just compiling a couple different resources for people to work through.

I'm not exactly sure how things will work, but this is not a scheduled deal. Do the readings and exercises as you have the time. As I receive reports, I'll publish the results in the lesson discussion.

This is not a contest, but feel free to treat it as such.

Have fun! I hope people will learn much through this! =D

-Your host, Elliot Butler

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