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eVirtuoso-Music Theory Essentials (PDF) contains a vast array of everyday music theory concepts for all musicians. From intervals to scales and arpeggios to chords, this guide provides step by step instructions to understanding common elements of music theory principles and applying those principles to everyday practice. This music theory book also contains a large amount of reference information for quick usage and review in traditional staff line and tablature (TAB) notation.
This book explores the fundamentals of intervals, scales, chords, key signatures and arpeggios and uses examples ranging from the most common variations to some of the more exotic. eVirtuoso-Music Theory Essentials contains dozens of examples for scales and chords with detailed information on many of them.
For composing, the circle of fourths and fifths is also explained and elaborated upon. eVirtuoso-Music Theory Essentials provides a revolutionary way of approaching intervals from a geometric perspective and using them to build chords and scales. Order this online music education book today and save!!
About the Author
Travis Brown has studied music and music theory for over 20 years. Having learned and practiced multiple instruments, he began teaching others to play various instruments. He has been a private instructor for the past 15 years. Travis believes in teaching students strong fundamentals and appreciation of music, followed by advanced studies in complex music theory concepts for composing, improvising and songwriting. This music theory book was developed using the techniques and knowledge that he has learned and taught to hundreds of his students.
He has also created several other tools to aid in the learning of music theory including eVirtuoso Intermediate, an interactive computer program designed to help aspiring musicians learn, create, and improve musical development and eVirtuoso Scheduler, an intuitive web site that allows flexibility and collaborative tracking with teachers and students to organize lesson arrangements.