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eTheory - Eastman School of Music
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eTheory: Music Theory Fundamentals in 4 Weeks is an innovative online course that prepares music school and conservatory entering freshmen for theory placement exams.

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If you’re entering graduate school, this music theory review course is the perfect tool to prepare for entrance exams. eTheory: Graduate Music Theory Review serves as an aid to review undergraduate theory in preparation for graduate level placement exams and classes.

This course allows you to work at your own pace, with most students finishing sometime between three and six weeks. Skills, exercises, and drills appear in order of relevance in the Western musical canon, and course materials range from basic music theory fundamentals and species counterpoint to 20th century topics.

Eastman’s course is fully integrated, and includes:

conceptual presentations and demonstrations,
written and analytical exercises drawn from the literature, and
skill development through singing, listening, and playing

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If you’re entering graduate school, this music theory review course is the perfect tool to prepare for entrance exams. eTheory: Graduate Music Theory Review serves as an aid to review undergraduate theory in preparation for graduate level placement exams and classes.

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eTheory LIVE meets and exceeds New York State requirements for Music Theory 1 credit, and covers the content of most first year college music theory courses. Studies begin with basic pitch, key, and mode recognition and end with binary form analysis and composition. 

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If you’re a serious music student who is curious about how music works, eTheory LIVE is for you. From the basics of pitch, scales, rhythm and harmony to analysis of large symphonic works, eTheory LIVE is an online course designed to help you understand and master the basics of music theory. Taught by Dr. Steven Laitz, one of the world’s foremost music theorists, and assisted by teaching assistants at Eastman School of Music, this interactive course provides live feedback, help sessions, tutorials, and more. This course is completely online, and has manageable deadlines that allow you to work on assignments over the course of a week as your schedule allows.

After you have finished eTheory LIVE, you will:
- Read and write musical notation
- Identify keys, intervals, chords, meter and large forms
- Sing, play on a keyboard, and conduct
- Be a transformed and knowledgeable musician
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