Sites offering music theory, both specific and general, are listed here. Music theory is "a branch of study that includes many different methods for analyzing, classifying, and composing music and the elements of music." (You will find a good writeup of music theory at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_theory ) Music Theory is not Musicology. Musicology seeks answers questions for Who, What, Where, When and Why questions. Music Theory seeks answers for How.
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- Good Ear Online ear training site.
- Teoria Includes software, books, exercises, and links.
- Ricci Adams' Musictheory.net Includes introductory and intermediate music theory lessons, ear trainers, and books.
- Star Theory Free preparatory syllabus in music theory and orchestration.
- Bimodalism A contemporary alternative to atonal styles of composition.
- Harmony.org.uk By Tom Sutcliffe. Aims to help students of music theory understand the role of chord progressions in musical structures. Site includes animated demos.
- Technical Committee on Musical Acoustics A group within the Acoustical Society of America, that concerns itself with the application of science and technology to the field of music. Contains members, a list of papers, acousticians and links.
- SchenkerGuide An introduction to Schenkerian analysis for undergraduate music students. Includes background, working method, glossary and bibliography.
- Dolmetsch: Music Theory & History Online Offers a musical dictionary, recorder lessons, instrument information and a composers listing.
- Auto-Transposer Transposes all twelve major keys of chord progressions.
- Pattern Thinking in Music Offers visual aid to recognizing musical patterns occurring in melody, harmony and rhythm. Provides online demonstration; requires download.
- Skytopia: Music and Art Aesthetics Author's overview of how every piece of music, every sound, and every picture can be rated on its own merits outside (as well as inside) human opinion.
- The Ancient Musical Modes Ideas regarding the "classical modes" described by Plato and Aristotle.
- What is Music - Solving a Scientific Mystery Provide information on the book by Philip Dorrell which explains a new scientific theory about music: the super-stimulus theory.
- Music Theory Instruction Online instruction for all musicians beginner or advanced. Covers scales, chordal theory, progression theory, modes and foreign scales.
- Solomon's Music Resources Resources for composers, music theorists, and researchers of music, with sound files, papers and compositions.
- eMusicTheory.com Java applets designed to help students of music improve their basic music reading skills.
- Simplified Music Chord Theory Explains scales and building chords from them.
- Fugue No. 17: A-Flat Major Introduction to the essential concepts of Schenkerian analysis applied to the Ab Major fugue of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I
- A Beginner's Guide to Modal Harmony A concise explanation of the Gregorian and Renaissance modes and their development in the Common Practice era.
- Analysis of Masterpieces Analysis of full-music 20th Century atonal pieces.
- The Music Theory Minute Online music theory tutorials for beginning students.
- Fugue Treatises, Analyses and Tools Bibliography of fugue analysis research, writings and analysis.
- A-Natural Atonality Claims that atonality is unnatural while tonality is acoustically and historically natural.
- Modes and Scales in Indian Music A historical look at concepts of Indian scales and modes comparing North and South Indian approaches.
- Essentials of Music Theory Summarizes entry-level music theory through advanced topics. Includes beginners' drills.
- VCU Music Theory Resources Music theory and ear training resources from Virginia Commonwealth University.
- Music Worksheets Downloadable worksheets for elementary and middle school students.
- Music Theory Help Site Intermediate music theory help covering basics through beginning formal analysis and counterpoint.
- Sight-Reading Rhythmic Patterns Rhythmic exercises with accompanying MIDI files.
- Eric Weisstein's Treasure Trove of Music A reference resource on music theory, covering in brief a vast array of topics.
- The Tonal Centre Interactive site for music composers and theorists which explains and demonstrates some of the key concepts of tonality; including chords, scales, cadences, and modulation.
- Music Theory A guide to music theory that including chords, scales, music notation and other music theory topics. Has weblog format; includes links as well.
- Interactive Circle of Fifths A free music theory tool designed to help musicians interpret chord progressions, easily transpose music to a different key, compose new music, and understand key signatures, scales, and modes.
- Harmonic Bindings A paper about the unification of Janecek's theory of imaginary tones with the two Risinger's principles of functional relations.
Dynamic Spectrograms of Music
Provides a type of spectrogram suitable for understanding the structure of music.
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The science of music. Explanations of how musical instruments work via waves and frequency modulation.
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Music Theory Society of New York State
Provides a forum for the exchange of information and to promote music theory as a scholarly and pedagogical discipline. Site also contains membership and scholarship information as well as open calls for papers.
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