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Music Theory / Music Reading resource. (Hi all!) For those who need a base in music theory or reading I highly recommend this website: http://www.teoria.com/ You can use the content online for free and for a small fee you can actually install the whole site locally in your computer. I hope this help... Cheers, Pedro

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Posted: June 19, 2011
Last Comment: June 19, 2011
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Posted: June 19, 2011
Thanks... I understand that playing an instrument at a more deeper level involves some basic knowledge in terms of theory... Glad that it helped! Another good one is: http://www.thecipher.com/ In this site Mr Blomberg proposes a very interesting approach to music notation and fingerboard positioning/mapping specifically for strings (violin, viola, mandolin, guitar...) In the process of learning this new (and easier) approach you will learn a lot of 'hands-on' music theory. This material could easily complement Mrs. Diane Allen's website.

Eileen
Posted: June 19, 2011
FAntastic ! I'm going to check it out now ! :-D

Thanks for sharing Pedro !



Posted: June 19, 2011
Thank you, Pedro! I need all the help I can get with music theory. I don't know what it means when people talk about tuning to D, or something like that. I know the different keys, but beyond that it's all a big mystery, so all resources are welcomed!