Excellent comprehensive tutorial videos accompanied by worksheets.

Students enjoy working at their own level and seeing theory concepts being played and demonstrated alongside notated examples - rather than lots of reading.

Videos can be viewed via Education Perfect if, like us, your students can't access Vimeo at school.

Catherine Graham,

HoD Music, Bethlehem College

The Contemporary Music Course is a collection of short, easy to follow video lessons developed over several years by a professional composer.

As you go through this course you will learn The Language of Music, about Chords and Harmony and much more. This means you will be able to read music and communicate your ideas to musicians so they can help you create your music. You will also be able to play the music of other musicians in a recording studio or concert.

Your understanding of harmony will enable you to write the score for an orchestra of any size, a jazz/rock horn section or a rhythm section. The fundamentals of the Two Part Harmony and Counterpoint module may be extended to writing for a String Quartet and you can develop this skill for the rest of your life.

This course is designed for independent students and music teachers who want a resource for their students to use at school or at home, using a media with which they are comfortable. Even students with literacy problems can now study music.

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I will continue to recommend your course to students who apply to LCCM who need to practise specific areas of harmony and theory, rhythm, writing and etc.

It is well presented, broad, and easy to follow which is why it's very good.

Robert Farrell

London Centre of Contemporary Music