Music Theory Level 3

Course Duration

2 Years

Course Overview

At Popular Music Theory Grade 6 you'll tackle complex pitch intervals, including enharmonic transposition and double accidentals, whilst building on instrument-specific techniques across scores with up to eight different instruments.
Popular Music Theory Grade 7 will teach you how to handle tricky notation challenges such as transposition and less-common time signatures. You'll also identify the differences between modes and complex chords, and rewrite scores for transposing instruments.
Take Popular Music Theory Grade 8 for a professional test of your notation skills, theoretical understanding, and band analysis within multi-instrumental scores. Master this and you'll have the music-theory grounding to take on any job in the world of rock and pop.

Who can join this course?

• The Course is for candidates who have appeared and passed Grade 5 exam from any music examination board.
• Candidates who want to pursue music as a career choice
• Candidates who seeking international certificate for admission through ECA quota in universities.
• Candidates who want to secure UCAS points for admission n foreign university.
• Candidates who plan to become music teacher.

Requirements

• Computer/Mobile/Tablet/Laptop
• Printer (optional)

Learning Objectives

Grade 6
• Complex music notation, time signatures and note values
• Complex elements of popular music harmony
• Instrumental components and notation, techniques and stylistic traits
• How to analyse, identify and modify music notation, harmony, stylistic traits and
• Instrumental characteristics within a multi-instrumental score
• How to interpret a score to make a range of appropriate harmony choices for improvised music and interpret improvisational directions while demonstrating stylistic awareness
Grade 7
• Complex music notation, time signatures and note values
• Complex elements of popular music harmony
• Instrumental components, specialist notation, techniques and stylistic traits
• How to analyse, identify and modify music notation, harmony, stylistic traits and
• Instrumental characteristics within a multi-instrumental score
• How to interpret a score to make a range of appropriate harmony choices for improvised music and interpret improvisational directions while demonstrating stylistic awareness
Grade 8
• Complex music notation, time signatures and note values
• Complex elements of popular music harmony
• Instrumental components, specialist notation, techniques and stylistic traits
• How to analyse, identify and modify music notation, harmony, stylistic traits and
• Instrumental characteristics within a multi-instrumental score
• How to interpret a score to make a range of appropriate harmony choices for improvised music and interpret improvisational directions while demonstrating stylistic awareness