Robert Johnson

"There are many ways of getting the blues. If you have a good woman and she leaves you, that's the blues."

Berthold Auerbach

"Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life."

Music Theory Lessons Online

Module 1 – Music Theory

Module 1 – Music Theory

What is music? Music note Timbre Tone and Semitone Guitar notes and piano notes Music scales C major scale guitar Degrees and music intervals Augmented, Diminished and Perfect

Analise musical

Module 2 – Music Theory

Octave  Definition of chord Music Intervals – another view Bar lines Guitar fingers Arpeggios Chord names Chord symbols Tonality

Module 3 – Music Theory

Module 3 – Music Theory

Music theory terms Chromatic scale Improvisation in music  Relative minor and major Modes Pentatonic scale Blues definition Blues scale  Harmonic Function

Module 4 – Music Theory

Module 4 – Music Theory

Subjects: Tritone | Deceptive resolution | Chord inversions | Modulation | Target notes | Octave Displacement | Chromatic approach notes | Chord progressions | How to use chord progressions

Module 5

Module 5

Kinds of cadences Circle of fifths Secondary dominants Extended chord Suspended Chords Disguised Chords Tone vs Tonality Closely related Keys Scales application

Module 6

Module 6

Harmonic minor scale Melodic minor scale Altered scale Symmetrical scales Chromatic approach chord Diminished chord Diminished scale Dominant diminished scale

Module 7

Module 7

Equivalent chords VII° = V7(b9) SubV7 chord Interpolated chord Borrowed chords How to modulate Bebop scale – bebop jazz Whole tone scale Lydian dominant mode IVm6 chord

Module 8

Module 8

The chord II7 #IVm7(b5) chord Improvising with outside notes Improvisation in blues Improvisation in jazz Reharmonization Chord substitution Greek Modes substitution

Module 9

Module 9

Reharmonization borrowed chords Reharmonization with chord progressions Blues harmony Rhythm theory Rhythm exercises Mathematics and music