mibac_logo.gif (3703 bytes) MUSIC LESSONS II

The four areas of music perception essential to the study and understanding of music are: Visual Recognition, Written Notation Skills, Keyboard Skills, and Aural Skills (Ear Training).  MUSIC LESSONS II fully integrates these four areas of learning in its chord and harmony drills. With MUSIC LESSONS II you'll learn to name, write, play, and hear chords!

Learn to Name, Write, Play, & Hear Chords!
You'll be able to practice hundreds of exercises formed by combinations of: six drills; multiple levels of difficulty; five clefs; and the three study activities, Naming, Writing, and Playing. You can also create your own custom drills to target specific areas of study.
All drills can be done in the Naming, Writing, or Playing activity.

SEE IT - the Naming Activity
Learn to identify chords on sight

WRITE IT - the Writing Activity
Learn to write chords in all keys and inversions using the drawing tools.

The Drills
Chord Elements: Major and minor thirds, roots, thirds, fifths, sevenths.
Triads: Diatonic, random root, and common tone triads, in all qualities and inversions.
Seventh Chords: Diatonic, random root, and common tone seventh chords, in all qualities and inversions.
Roman Numeral Analysis: Work with triads, seventh chords, secondary dominants, Neapolitan, and augmented sixth chords.
Ear Training: In the Triads and Seventh Chords ear training drills, you answer by listening rather than by looking.

Music Theory Reference
A comprehensive music theory reference explaining chord theory is built into the software. A printable version is on the
Progress Reports
You can save and print Progress Reports that display a detailed listing of your scores. Each day's score is stored separately, so you can track your improvement over time, or see the cumulative total scores of all of the drills you've done. You can easily view or print individual assignments for today or for any date in the past. You can keep scores for an Unlimited number of students.

PLAY IT - the Playing Activity
Learn to play open and closed chord voicings on either the piano or guitar.

HEAR IT - Ear Training
Learn to identify any chord you hear.

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