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  • AP Music Theory: Information about studying for and taking the advanced placement music theory exam.
  • Bimodalism, A New Dimension and Ethos in Harmony: Contemporary alternative to atonal styles of composition.
  • Chiasmata Modality: An experimental modality.
  • Elements of Music Notation: Basic introduction to reading music. Learn note names, clefs, staff, signs. Worksheets and answer keys included.
  • Eric's Treasure Trove of Music: A reference `resource` on music theory, covering in brief a vast array of topics.
  • Fred Lerdahl's Attack on Serialism: Discussion of Lerdahl's published article "Cognitive Constraints on Compositional Systems", which explores the relationship between composing and listening.
  • Fundamentals of Raga: Introduction to the Indian modal form known as "rag" or "raga".
  • Gary Ewer's Easy Music Theory: Includes 25 lessons on music theory, including scales, transposition, intervals, and score formats.
  • Gems of Compositional Wisdom: Articles on advanced atonal and serial concepts.
  • Good Ear: Online ear training site.
  • Harmonic Bindings: A paper about the unification of Janeãek's theory of imaginary tones with the two Risinger's principles of functional relations.
  • Java Music Theory: Suite of Java applets designed to help students of music theory improve their proficiency at basic music theory skills.
  • Lunar Calendar Theory of Music: Walter Johnson demonstrates similarities between the DO, RE, MI scale of music and the ancient Athenian lunar calendar of Meton, the Fibonacci rabbit sequence, and the annual spawning cycle of coral.
  • Mr B's Music Tutorial: By a music educator for students, a guide to self study covering music reading, piano, guitar, composers, and music history.
  • Multimedia Music Theory Tutorial: A concise summary of important concepts in music.
  • Music Theory Online: Comprehensive guide including links to other web resources on related subjects.
  • Polytonic Harmony: Allows for the creation of music in multiple, simultaneous keys as well as a practical method of voice-leading these chords.
  • Practical Music Theory: Includes software, books, exercises, and links.
  • Rhythm Exercises: Notation for drills, rudiments and etudes for practicing rhythm. By Nick Marshall.
  • Ricci Adams' Musictheory.net: Includes introductory and intermediate music theory lessons, ear trainers, and books.
  • SchenkerGuide: An introduction to Schenkerian analysis for undergraduate music students. Includes background, working method, glossary and bibliography.
  • Solomon's Music Theory and Composition Resources: Resources for composers, music theorists, and researchers of music, with sound files, papers and compositions.
  • Star Theory: Free preparatory syllabus in music theory and orchestration.
  • Syntactic Structures in Music: 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.
  • The Anatomy of a Fugue: An outline of the substantials of a fugue based on Hugo Norden's "Foundation Studies in Fugue." Topics include counterpoint, subject, answer, and stretto.
  • The Basics of Reading Music: Online tutorial by Kevin Meixner.
  • The Society for Music Theory: Includes a database of journal article from the SMT Journal.
  • The Tonal Centre - Tonality: Interactive site for music composers and theorists which explains and demonstrates some of the key concepts of tonality; including chords, scales, cadences, and modulation.
  • Theory of Music with Ted Kirk: Resources for learning and teaching music theory to grade 5 of the Associated Board (UK).
  • WholeARTS Music Conservatory: Introductory dialogue for courses in music theory and composition.
  • Zeuxilogy: A new theory of musical time, developed in the past twelve years by the music theorist Andrei Pogorilowski.

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