This November, join me for a musical journey that begins with a free one hour initiation class. Study the rudiments of music theory in the comfort and safety of your home!  LEVEL A  and LEVEL B begin November 2.

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Introductory offer – CMTC Initiation

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***Initiation lesson is 100% Free without any obligations***

Comprehensive Music Theory Course

A basic complete comprehensive theory course designed for adults wanting to learn music theory, or re-visit the elements of written music for further enjoyment of their music activities.  The complete course is divided into three levels. Each level has six units or lessons. Level A is designed for those with very little experience and explores the basic elements of music theory from note reading to an entry level melody writing and analysis. ​Level B and C further develops the the basic elements to include some Harmony writing and analysis.

Course is presented on a ‘zoom’ platform that allows you to ask questions during the course. With your registration, you receive a code to access the course on-line. Course includes: pdf textbook, supplemental workbook  and a practical toolbox document for quick reference.

Questions? Feel free to ask me! Write to: info@choratour.com

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Level A course summary:

SATURDAYS 9-10 a.m  November 7 to December 12

Designed for those with very little music experience. The course outline includes an overview of a music score, basic note reading, note values and rhythm, the circle of fifths, intervals, cadences, transposing and the basic rhythmic, melodic and harmonic structure.

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Level B course summary:

THURSDAYS 7-8 p.m  November 5 to December 10

SATURDAYS 10:15-11:15  November 7 to December 12

Designed to continue the learning from Level A CMTC. This course includes more note reading with ledger lines and the C clefs, a deeper understanding of the circle of fifths, the harmonic and melodic minor scales, the augmented and diminished intervals, more cadences, more complex rhythms and transposing chord progressions.

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Level C course summary:

(available in January 2021)

Level C completes the learning of the Elementary Rudiments of music. It includes more complex chord progressions, more cadences and the first steps to harmonizing short melodies.

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Comprehensive Music Theory Course Cost:

Each complete set (CMTC level A or B or C) $100

A minimum of 6 registrations is required for each CMTC level.

 

 

CHORATOUR PARTICIPANTS (Those who were registered for the Beethoven Celebration Tour) receive a 50% discount.

Choratour occasionally offers Music Theory Workshops in Chelsea QC. The workshops are designed for anyone who is eager to learn about written music. Workshops are held on Saturday mornings, 9 am to 12 noon at Mary Magdalene Church, Rte 105 Chelsea, Québec

Written music is a dense symbolic language that communicates tons of information. There can be a lot of markings on a page of music and some are pretty cryptic for the uninitiated. I have designed these workshop for those who have little or no musical training or those who would like a refresher course to better understand their music score.

Entry level workshop: This workshop is designed to demystify the music score. It explores what information is available on the page to help you better perform  your music taking into consideration the intentions of the composer. Topics  include tempo, dynamics, slurs, key signatures, time signatures, the staff, clefs, note reading, intervals, and how to follow the road map of your printed music.

Understanding Rhythm workshop: This workshop is designed for anyone who would like to demystify rhythmic notation. Topics include understanding time value notes and rests, time signatures (simple and compound), reading and understanding rhythmic patterns,  and learning how to count the rhythmic patterns in your music.
I enjoyed the workshop & the information was very helpful 
J.E.

Thank you so much for this morning workshop! You help demystify  much of that which I never understood. Very helpful.

B.G.

Many thanks for the excellent workshop you gave this morning. I learned and relearned a great deal.

M.B.