We’ll be looking at common errors associated with the spelling of scales give you guidelines that will ensure that you’ll always spell scales correctly.
It is obvious when a word is misspelled but not as obvious when a musical element is misspelled. In this lesson, we’ll explore correct spelling in music.
Intervals are vital in the understanding of melody and harmony because they are the relationship between “two” notes – the distance between them.
In medieval times (400AD – 1400AD), the intervals of an augmented fourth or a diminished fifth were known as “the devil in music.” Learn what happens when you cast this interval out of the major scale.
The most basic thing to learn in music is notes. But there is more to “notes” than 7 letters.
In this lesson, you’ll be learning how to create relationships with several keys using modes.
In this lesson, we’ll study the octatonic scale, which as the prefix “octa” implies, is an 8-tone scale. We’ll also delve into examples of the octatonic scale and where it’s used.
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