[Smt-talk] Online resources for ET and partwriting

Megan Lavengood meganlavengood at gmail.com
Mon Dec 31 12:26:52 PST 2012

A couple of popular websites that fill these requirements are 


Both websites have customizable drills that students can use (labeled "Exercises" on both websites), very extensive.

Hope this suffices! This is where I always direct people. They have some lessons too that are good enough for outside-the-classroom reinforcement, also.

-Megan Lavengood
PhD student, CUNY Graduate Center
meganlavengood at gmail.com

On Dec 31, 2012, at 11:41 AM, Deborah Stein wrote:

> Happy New Year to all SMTers!
> I'm trying to find some online sites where students can  practice fundamentals, part writing, and ear training at the college level.  We don't need online courses, but rather places where students can do homework and extra drill.  Students are unwilling to buy MacGamut, much to my annoyance, and so we'd like another option.
> Any ideas???
> Deborah
> Deborah Stein
> Music Theory Department
> New England Conservatory
> 290 Huntington Avenue
> Boston, MA 02115
> (617) 469-2490
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