So, I'm going to be going to this music class, and I'm excited about it, but I need to know music theory (i.e.)
Specifically, I need to be able to the following things.
Easily identify notes on the scale. (I can do this)
Understand intermediate rhythmic values. (Not sure if I know this. Can someone elaborate it more for me?)
Know and recognize Major, minor, 7, and sustained chords. (I have no idea)
Can someone help and explain these things to me?
The title is showing up as "Music Theory Q&A". Shouldn't it be Music Theory Q&A?
Edit: Some wizardry has been performed. I know this post looks ridiculous, but give me a minute.
Edit 2: The text in this post is now displaying correctly.
"&", when typed, shows up as &. That's what the issue with my post was.
To show the "&", one must type "&amp;".
Hi, I just joined and thought I'd start some discussion.
If you've gone through the standard text books I'm sure you've encountered secondary dominants and the extended secondary dominant principle, but I wondered if you've thought that it can be taken even further?
1. secondary subdominants (yes it works!)
2. doubly false cadences - my own term, for example if you have V -> VI (false cadence), then you can interpose a V/VI: V -> V/VI -> VI, but instead of going to VI go to VI/VI (IV): V -> V/VI -> VI/VI (doubly false cadence).
anyone here already investigated these kinds of progressions?