Identifying musical relationsips by ear, a key component of musicianship
Knowing how music sounds from seeing it written down, a key component of musicianship
The rudiments of music: e.g. scales, keys, chords, clefs, note values, time signatures, etc.
Musicianship is the ability to “think in sounds”, to hear music and understand how it is put together, and to see music written down and know how it sounds. If theory is the ‘brains’ of music, musicianship is the ‘ears and heart’
The language of chords in music, including chord construction, harmonic progression, chord voicings, voice-leading, key relationships.
The art of writing two or more independent musical lines which sound simultaneously; music’s unique ability to say more than one thing at the same time comprehensibly.
Sibelius is music notation software, which is usually considered the industry standard. With Sibelius you can write, play back, edit, print and publish online your musical scores.
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