This level covers basic music theory concepts over 22 modules which cover:

Notation 
   note names on the Grand Staff up to and including two ledger lines above or below the staff
Accidentals
   sharps, flats, naturals

Tones / Semitones
   whole steps and half steps, chromatic, diatonic semitones, enharmonic   tones

Simple Time

basic music theory of time values of notes and rests (whole, half, quarter, and eighth); triplet eighth notes; adding time signatures in simple time only;


Grouping of Rests

proper grouping of notes and rests


Scales

how to write or identify major and minor  (natural, harmonic and melodic minor forms) up to four sharps or flats;  how to write scales within a given time signature in simple time only; to mark semitones with the slur; to be able to identify tonic and dominant notes


Key Signatures

how to write or identify major and minor  (natural, harmonic and melodic minor forms) up to four sharps or flats;  how to write scales within a given time signature in simple time only; to mark semitones with the slur; to be able to identify tonic and dominant notes


Intervals

To identify major, minor, and perfect intervals within an octave; to identify harmonic and melodic intervals;


Triads

identify and write tonic, dominant, and subdominant triads in major and minor keys in root position; closed position only;


Transposition

to be able to identify the key of a melody with the given key signature (major keys only); and to be able to transpose up or down one octave


Analysis

To be able to  analyze a short piano passage and to learn to identify the composer, title, key, time signature, musical terms, signs, intervals, triads


Melody Writing

learn to write a two measure answering phrase; the melody is within a five note range.



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Beginning theory is a basic music theory course that covers the requirements for Basic Rudiments (Royal Conservatory of Music and the Carnegie Foundation). 

Please note that there is also a basic music theory module for terms and signs.