HARMONY & MUSIC THEORY 2

Students can look forward to learning more about rhythmic value, staff and bar lines, note and rest value, time signatures, ties, natural minor scales and key signatures, harmonized major and minor scales, pivot chords, interval building, diatonic seventh chords, Roman numeral labeling, harmonic minor and melodic minor, triad inversions, triad progressions with inversions, and key centers.

Gain knowledge of harmony & music theory online in 10 weeks with a rich and dynamic content mix of video lessons, multimedia quizzes, and more.


Next Start Date: July 8, 2019
Skill Level: Intermediate
Time Commitment: 10 weeks, 3-4 hours / week
Class Cost: $299

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?

In order to take Harmony & Theory Essentials, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of the following and/or have completed MI Online’s Harmony & Theory Fundamentals:

  • The basic elements of music notation
  • Major scales and key signatures
  • Diatonic Intervals
  • Triads and diatonic harmony

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Once you’ve enrolled, just kick back and wait for your online course to start on the specified date. We’ll send you a reminder email shortly before your course starts.

  • Once your course is live, a new unit will unlock every week for ten weeks. Each weekly unit contains fresh new coursework, pre-recorded video lessons, assignments, and more.
  • Make sure to review the coursework every week, practice and prep questions, because you’ll have regular Live Lectures with Mark. During these lectures you’ll be able to ask him questions and interact with him.
  • Mark’s course includes weekly assignments as well as a mid-term assessment in week five and a final assessment in week 10. You will receive instructions and requirements via email prior.
  • All assignments are graded and you will get constructive feedback along with your grade.
  • You can earn an MI Online Certificate of Accomplishment when you obtain a grade of 70% or more once your 10-week course is complete.

WHAT GEAR WILL I NEED?

  • A computer (PC/Mac) with at least 4GB RAM
  • We recommend that you connect to an Internet Line with an average speed of 10Mbps or better, and to use an Ethernet cable instead of Wi-Fi
  • The ability to make basic recordings of yourself
  • The ability to connect with the instructor via video chat applications
  • Pencil, staff paper
  • A keyboard or principal instrument may be useful but is not a prerequisite
  • We recommend using Chrome or Firefox internet browsers on iOS, MacOS, Windows or Android
  • Full access to install software on the computer you are using

FAQ

How do I enroll in a course?

No need to apply. Simply click “Enroll” on our course pages and create your MI Online profile. Once your payment is complete, consider yourself enrolled! All that’s left to do is put a reminder in your calendar of the course start date. We’ll email you a course date reminder and important info to get you started.

Do you offer courses in other languages?

Not yet but we’re working on it – stay tuned!

Can I take the course using my mobile phone or tablet?

Yes! You should, however, be aware that the Live Lecture chat box feature is not available for mobile devices. You can watch and hear your instructor but you won’t be able to ask him questions.

Are MI Online courses available for credit?

Not at this time but we’re looking into it. All courses delivered by MI Online are offered as an avocational option for individuals interested in music training and skills development. Courses are not offered for credit and are not applicable toward the attainment of any degree, certificate, or other academic award.

How many students are in each course?

We have a maximum of 20 students per class for each of our courses. Our small class sizes helps create a collaborative, intimate space so that you’ll get the most out of your learning experience with your instructor and classmates.

How do MI Online courses work?

All our courses are 10 weeks. Each week you’ll watch pre-recorded video lessons.

How long is the course accessible for?

You can access your course material for up to 12 months after your course ends.

Which payment methods do you accept?

We support payments from Visa, MasterCard, American Express and PayPal.

Can I pay for the course using a Payment Plan?

Yes, you can purchase all our courses in three monthly installments using your credit card.

 

EXPAND YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF MUSIC THEORY

Students can look forward to learning more about rhythmic value, staff and bar lines, note and rest value, time signatures, ties, natural minor scales and key signatures, harmonized major and minor scales, pivot chords, interval building, diatonic seventh chords, Roman numeral labeling, harmonic minor and melodic minor, triad inversions, triad progressions with inversions, and key centers.

Gain knowledge of harmony & music theory online in 10 weeks with a rich and dynamic content mix of video lessons, multimedia quizzes, and more.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

Learn and master the very basic elements of ear training, including:

  • Rhythmic notation.
  • Time signature & ties.
  • Applied rhythmic knowledge, pivot chords.
  • Natural minor scale: formula, minor key signatures: relative minor, and major, parallel minor.
  • Minor scale triad harmony.
  • Pivot chords, natural minor scale.
  • Diatonic seventh chords.
  • Harmonic and melodic minor scales.
  • Minor Scale Harmony, minor diatonic triads, continue chord symbol notation, key centers.
COURSE SYLLABUS

Unit 1
Rhythmic notation # Staff and bar lines review, note and rest values, whole note to 16th notes, triplets, dotted notes.

Unit 2
Time signatures & ties.

Unit 3
Applied rhythmic knowledge, pivot chords.

Unit 4
Natural minor scale: formula, minor key signatures: relative minor, and major, parallel minor.

Unit 5
Minor scale triad harmony: Harmonizing the minor scale (3rds & 5ths), Roman numeral labeling, chord symbol notation. Introducing harmonic minor, triads in harmonic minor.

Unit 6
Pivot chords, natural minor scale: formula, minor key signatures: relative major/minor, parallel minor, minor scale triad harmony: build thirds above root, build fifths above root, Roman numeral labeling.

Unit 7
Minor Scale Harmony, minor diatonic triads, continue chord symbol notation, key centers: Roman numeral labeling, Introducing melodic minor, triads in melodic minor.


Unit 8
Diatonic seventh chords: ma7, mi7, dom7, mi7(b5) # major and minor scale harmony of/inversions of triads.


Unit 9
Harmonic and melodic minor scales, key centers with variations of harmonic and melodic minor, progression with inversions.

Unit 10
Review and exercises based on the previous topics.

SUBMIT INFO BELOW TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MI

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

MEET MARK CALLY

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Mark is an accomplished jazz guitarist, arranger, copyist, songwriter, and music educator.

Mark cut his musical teeth playing with the Australian Show Band and The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. He has since toured the world with Royal Crown Revue and has worked the soundstages of Hollywood with renowned composer, Tim Davies, producing numerous songs for film and video games.

With the band The Flying Neutrinos, Mark wrote one of the big swing hits of the late nineties, “Mr. Zoot Suit”, which featured in the movies “Blast from The Past” and “Three to Tango”, and in television series “Sex and the City.” Mark has also worked with the legendary Wayne Shorter and pianist Bill Cunliffe on many orchestral projects.

As one of the curricular authors of harmony and theory and ear training curriculum for Musician Institute, Mark’s career on stage and behind the scenes gives him a truly unique perspective to help contemporary musicians, songwriters, and producers.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This