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Essentials of Music Theory Software, Version 2.0 - Complete - CD-ROM (Win/Mac)Item #: AL.00-18833
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Student Version. CD-ROM (Windows / Mac). software. 12" L x 9" W. Made by Alfred Publishing. (AL.00-18833)
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Correlating software for the most complete music theory course ever! This all-in-one series includes concise lessons with short exercises, ear-training activities and reviews. Available in two separate volumes or as a complete set, the software includes narration, animated examples and clickable elements for aural reinforcement. Also includes randomized exercises, ear training and review answers. A glossary of all terms and symbols with definitions, pronunciations, and visual and aural examples is also included. Volume 1 topics include Staff, Notes and Pitches; Treble and Bass Clefs; Grand Staff and Ledger Lines; Note Values; Measure, Bar Line and Double Bar; 2/4, 3/4 and 4/4 Time Signatures; Whole, Half and Quarter Notes and Rests; Dotted Half Notes and Dotted Quarter Note; Ties and Slurs; Repeat Signs, 1st and 2nd Endings; Eighth Notes and Rests; Dynamic Signs, Tempo Marks and Articulation; D.C., D.S., Coda and Fine; Flats, Sharps and Naturals; Whole and Half Steps; Enharmonic Notes. Volume 2 topics include Tetrachords and Major Scales, Key Signatures, Chromatic Scale, Intervals, Circle of Fifths; Perfect, Major and Minor Intervals; Augmented and Diminished Intervals; Solfege and Transposition; Sixteenth Notes and Rests; Dotted Eighth Notes, Eighth Note Triplets; Common Time and Cut Time (Alla Breve), 3/8 and 6/8 Time Signatures; Pick-up Notes and Syncopation; Primary and Major Triads, Scale Degree Names, and V7 (Dominant 7th) Chord. Volume 3 topics include 1st and 2nd Inversions of Triads, Inversions of V7 Chords, Figured Bass, Major Chord Progressions, Minor Scales, Minor Triads; Augmented and Diminished Triads, Primary Triads in Minor Keys, Minor Chord Progressions, Modes; Harmonizing a Melody in Major and Minor Keys; Broken Chords and Arpeggiated Accompaniments; Passing and Neighboring Tones; Composing a Melody in Major and Minor Keys, 12-Bar Blues Chord Progression, Blues Scale, Motive, Phrase, Basic Forms of Music (AB, ABA and Rondo Forms).