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Music Theory

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Channel Music Matters

Music Matters

Music Matters provides a range of music learning resources, video courses and music exam support materials. Whether you are studying music at school, college or university, learning an instrument or just interested in music generally, our aim is to help you learn in a way that is thorough but also great fun! Led by accomplished Musical Director's Gareth Green and Alex Shore, Music Matters offers video courses covering many different subjects of musical study. With tutorials on aural skills, composition, music theory, sight reading, practical piano and many more! Whether you're just getting started with learning music, or you're an experienced musician looking to expand your abilities - we have something for you in our course library. With hours of step-by-step training, our courses will truly help you elevate your musicianship skills to the next level. Visit the Music Matters website and check out our courses at: http://www.mmcourses.co.uk

2014-02-19
Channel Hack Music Theory

Hack Music Theory

Learn how to make great music that stands out! Taught by multi-award-winning music lecturer Ray Harmony, and his protégé wife Kate. Ray has been teaching music theory for 25 years, and along the way he's made music with Serj Tankian (System Of A Down), Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine), Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree), Devin Townsend (Strapping Young Lad), Ihsahn (Emperor), Kool Keith (Ultramagnetic MCs), Madchild (Swollen Members) and many more!

2012-12-10
Channel Andrew Furmanczyk

Andrew Furmanczyk

Hello, I'm a pianist and piano teacher. This channel is focused on providing 100% free musical education for people who have a passion to learn music, but might not be able to afford it or are curious about music. My approach to teaching is what makes me different. Instead of showing you songs which makes you dependent on me, my goal is to provide you with all the information you need so that you will be able to play music for yourself one day. My philosophy for teaching here is: "Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Teach a man HOW to fish, you feed him for a lifetime. " I have two main video series. "How to Play Piano" "Learn Free Music Theory" I also have performances of myself playing the piano uploaded to this channel. Thanks for watching, I hope you enjoy everything. Good Luck Practicing!

2006-06-27
Channel musictheoryguy

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2008-12-15
Channel Dave Conservatoire

Dave Conservatoire

Hello, my name's Dave, and I'm a musician from London, UK. I started Dave Conservatoire in 2011 to help people to learn music, no matter what their circumstances. Inspired by non-profit educational sites like Khan Academy who teach millions of people for free, I wanted to see if I could do the same for people who wanted to learn, not just how to play music, but more importantly how music works. Music, to me, is the most wonderful and interesting thing in the world, it brings us together and teaches us about ourselves and the world around us. Music helps to heal and helps people to grow in confidence and express their ideas. Everyone should have the opportunity to learn about music and explore this wonderful world. Whether you are lucky enough to have a music teacher or are learning by yourself, I'm here to help you on your journey!

2010-11-30
Channel Michael New

Michael New

I do lessons on music theory, ranging from simple topics like chords or rhythm to more complex things like how to write music. I also upload songs I've written or songs I like to play. I have a bachelor's degree in music performance, but I have a fairly low opinion of how music theory is traditionally taught. I think if you strip away a lot of the jargon and old conventions it becomes far easier to understand the ideas behind music. *Gear* You can find most of what I use on my Amazon page: https://www.amazon.com/shop/michaelnew I get a small kickback if you buy anything through that link, so if you want to help support me a little and you need some new stuff, give it a look.

2009-07-01

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