Collection of curriculum, lesson plans, flash cards, exercises, etc. to teach principles of music theory

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Music Theory Flashcards

by elizabeth barnwell

325 flashcards with audio and images covering Music Theory.
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Gr. 9-12 Music Theory 2009-2010

by Sue Costagliola East Meadow School District

Students will study and explore music fundamentals and theory based on the classical concepts of tonal systems and organization. The implementation of this course of study will take place in a modern digital computer lab, enabling students to work at their own pace applying differentiated instruction, and also receive immediate feedback by experiencing the results of their own work. This course of study incorporates theoretical learning and creative composition, and focuses on grade levels 9-12. Students will address state standards by creating, performing, and participating in music by learning and using materials and programs in the digital lab. This section of the curriculum project deals only with a collection of lesson plans to implement the concepts of Part 1 of this course of study.
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Gr. 9-12 Music Theory Part 1 2009-2010

by Sue Costagliola East Meadow School District

Students will study and explore music fundamentals and theory based on the classical concepts of tonal systems and organization. The implementation of this course of study will take place in a modern digital computer lab, enabling students to work at their own pace applying differentiated instruction, and also receive immediate feedback by experiencing the results of their own work. This course of study incorporates theoretical learning and creative composition, and focuses on grade levels 9-12. Students will address state standards by creating, performing, and participating in music by learning and using materials and programs in the digital lab.
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This revised lesson's purpose is to have students practice skills necessary to successfully transform what they hear into a written form. By building up on the prior skills of notating scales, intervals, and chords, students will be able to expand their aural interpretation of sound to include longer melodies and harmonies.
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