Not quite sure how to read notation or rhythms? Need brusing up on how to construct different types of triads? Maybe you aren't quite sure you can hear the difference between a minor sixth and a major sixth? Check out these websites-- they have interactive trainers, online lessons that you can review, and tools like staff paper generators!
The website below was submitted by a community music school-- it's great! This has a ton of excellent music theory information and resources.
Want to improve at reading notes, rhythms, intervals, chords, and key signatures? Try the interactive trainers below!
Note ID Treble Clef (Flute, Oboe, Clarinets, Saxophones, Trumpets, Horn, Baritone TC, Mallet Percussion)
Note ID Bass Clef (Bassoon, Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Advanced Mallet Percussion)
The Music Theory class will explore the elements of music, learn about how music is structured, how to understand music on a deep and meaningful level, and to appreciate musical styles from around the world as well as throughout major points in history. Music Theory students will arrange and compose music, listen to or perform each other's compositions, and learn aural skills that will enhance personal musicianship.