[Smt-talk] Fundamentals resources

John Paul Ito itojp at cmu.edu
Wed Sep 19 14:19:22 PDT 2012

Dear colleagues,

Peter¹s email reminds me that I¹ve been meaning to send along the following

Just in case it¹s useful to anyone else, I¹ve posted a large quantity of
resources for theory fundamentals on my website:


There are video lectures on youTube, pdf handouts, and a link to Gene
Biringer¹s worksheets.

I put all of this up for an in-house audience, as part of an attempt to save
class time.  But though these are somewhat rough materials, I thought they
might be helpful to some of you (e.g. as a resource for a student who misses
a class).  The one thing that might rise above that level is a visual
demonstration of the relationship between scales that are neighbors on the
circle of fifths, found in the first part of video lesson 5 (some day I hope
to make a more concise version...).

Best wishes,


John Paul Ito
Assistant Professor of Music Theory
School of Music
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

412.268.1431 (FAX) 

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