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Online Music Theory Reference


Online Music Theory Reference

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A reference site that offers brief discussions on a variety of music theory topics. It currently covers intervals, chords and scales.
Material Type: Reference Material
Technical Format: Audio
Date Added to MERLOT: August 05, 2002
Date Modified in MERLOT: July 30, 2015
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Submitter: David Megill


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Primary Audience: High School, College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Current Browser
Language: English
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Avatar for Jose Rodriguez Alvira
11 years ago

Jose Rodriguez Alvira (Faculty)

The musical examples are now all in Flash format, so the process of listening is
much easier amnd less disruptive. This comment is from the author.

Avatar for Rusty Simpson
12 years ago

Rusty Simpson (Student)

I think this site is definitely appropriate for college level students taking
music theory classes. I believe that some of it could be used by upper level
high school students serious about a career in music. It is easy to maneuver
through the site. I think this is a very educational oriented website and would
work well alongside a music theory class. It allows you to look at musical
works and analyze them. It also has a question and answer part as well. It has
interactive exercises that allow you to work with intervals and chords. The
music theory reference is wonderful allowing you to learn about scales, chords,
intervals, and harmony.

Technical Remarks:

I really like that the site can be viewed in English or Spanish. You do need
Quicktime to listen to the music examples. On my computer it opens up another
window to play the Quicktime music and you are not able to see the actual music
then. There are no other problems with the site.
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