The KITS Music Theory Course: Step 6 (Volume 7)
The KITS Music Theory Course includes seven levels of student workbooks appropriate for school age children from the second grade through high school. Each book has about 30 lessons covering four areas of study: music reading, vocabulary, aural perception, and applied skills. While written with piano students and their teachers in mind, the course is adaptable to other instruments. It has been in use since 1989, available only by mail order as a desktop publication of the Keynote Independent Theory Service or KITS, which also provides annual exams based on the workbooks. For details about the annual exams, or to order a teachers manual with answer keys to the workbooks, go to keynotetheory.com. Teachers and students nationwide have enjoyed a traditional approach to the fundamentals of music, from note reading to harmonic analysis, scale playing to melodic dictation. KITS Director, Christine A. Murow, author of the course, has now published it online for the convenience of many KITS subscribers who have depended on it for years, as well as for newcomers. With this new move, she hopes also to further the teaching of music theory into the future.
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