Links to Useful Music Theory Resources
These links will take you to pages for further study, but be aware that they are not organised by theory grade.
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Avant Garde Music Techniques
Quarter Tone Music [Video]
Species Counterpoint: A Structural Examination of Tonality, Vocabulary, Texture, Sonorities, and Time Organization in Western Art Music
Genres of Music - a list
Database of PhD dissertations on music theory, musicology and ethnomusicology
Music Theory Song [Video]
Donald Duck in Math Magic Land - Music (Explains musical ratios and Pythagorus) [Video]
Harmony & Chords
Harmonic Progressions common in tonal classical music
Chord Progressions in Pop Music - an introduction [Video]
Bach Chorale Pedagogic Resource - a list of examples of various techniques found in the chorales
Major to Minor - A Collection of I-III chord progressions
Pop Music Theory - Excellent site illustrating the "classical" techniques in a pop context
Instrument Specific Music Theory Sites
Drums: Drum! Magazine
Linguistics and Music
Speaking in Tones: Our ability of communicate is inseparable from our musical sense.
Musical Modes: guide to the history of musical modes, with a lot of multimedia examples of how you can work with them
Historical Texts on Music from the 14th-17th centuries (in English)
Historical Texts on Music from the 3rd-17th centuries (in Latin)
The Theoretical Works of Johannes Tinctoris (Renaissance music theorist)
CASS GB: The Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Great Britain
EPTA: The European Piano Teachers' Association (and UK branch)
Psychology of Music