Udemy Music Theory #1Circle of 5ths Master Class 12 Keys TUTORiAL | File Size 698.8 MB| Last updated 2/2019 | Free download
What you’ll learn
- know the difference between a static circle and a moving circle
- read out all the scale tones of all 12 Keys in one flash
- find all the 7 diatonic chords in all 12 Keys in one flash
- learn how the 12 tones intearct with each other
- predict chord progressions using the Circle
- understand complex harmony in Rosa’s simple and focus presentation
- love music harmony using Circle of 5ths
- understand fundamental music theory hidden beneath the Circle of 5ths
- make full use of the Circle of 5ths for their instruments
- create their rotary magic circle
- apply the Circle of 5ths to analyze the chord progressions of songs
- transpose into different keys using Circle of 5ths
- analyze compositions of songs with Circle of 5ths
- understand primary dominant 7 chords in 12 Keys – V7 to I
- analyze the complexity of secondary dominant chords
- know the Roman Numerals notation for secondary dominant chords
- create an inner template to find all 7 diatonic chords in 12 Keys
- create an inner template to find all the 3 Basic Chords in all 12 Keys
- create an inner template to find the 5 Secondary Dominant chords in all 12 keys
- Use the 2 Circles with their templates to harmonize any songs professionally
- Use the 7 + 5 Chords to compose your own songs
- predict chord progressions of songs using the Circle
- understand the dynamics of the movement of chords
- apply the Circle of 5ths to many songs to understand chord progression
- a love for music
- everyone ranging from beginners to advanced
- learn to think rather than have all the answers given to you
- gain insight into the teaching
- a simple knowledge of scales will be helpful
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Review from Sam: Revolutionary way to learn chord progression!
Already knew circle of 5ths when I first learned theory, but didn’t know that it also can be used to chord progression for every key.
Rosa structured the whole course in such a detail where it takes you from a player who can’t play without score to a player who can start playing simple songs by ear. But what is more important is that you can advance further from there by playing in different keys, exploring more advanced chords using her concept.
Even if you are an advanced player, I think this course still can help you build a solid foundation in understanding the chord progression in more details.
Review from Ángel Candelaria: Very Useful
A great resource for both students and music teachers. HIghly recommended!
Review from Barbara: Circle of 5th’s really is magic for learning!
This course is so full of information it will keep you busy for awhile. The Magic Circle has helped me learn Key Signatures, the order of Sharps and Flats, Roman Numerals & Chord progressions. There is a Chart in the course that is helpful also. I loved the exercises which helped me retain the information. Best course on the Circle of Fifths I have ever encountered. Quality course.
The Circle of 5ths is a fascinating music tool for students studying piano, guitar, ukulele … and as a matter of fact, all instruments studies!
- Have you ever wondered what the letters mean?
- Do you know how to make the Circle of 5ths come alive for you?
- What is the difference between Circle of 5ths & Circle of 4ths?
- How about learning a simple formula to find all the scale tones of all 12 Keys!
- Use my trick to quickly identify the sharps & keys of 12 keys w/o calculation!
- Learn to know the Circle of 5ths like reading the time on the clock!
- Learn the 2 Circles Trick to find Chords I, IV, V7 of all 12 Keys!
- Learn a visual concept to find out the 7 diatonic chords of all 12 Keys!
- Learn all 5 Secondary Dominant Chords of all 12 Keys!
- Learn the great value of 6 Dominant Chords in a song!
- Quick way to see all the 12 Important Chords to harmonize any songs!
- Follow simple formulas to play by ear using the Circle of 5ths to guide you.
- You will learn many of the chord progressions of popular / standard songs
- You will eventually learn to write your own songs using the Circle in any Key you wish.
Here’s the Secret: Turn the Static Circle of 5ths into a Dynamic Moving Circle. When you watch your circles move, you know exactly what I am talking about!
Learn how to let the 12 tones interact with each so that they can dance together and run harmoniously.
Learn all my Magic Circle Tips (from my 35 years of music journey) so that you can make full use of the Circle regarding music harmony in the next 5 HOURS.
In this course, I will even show you how to make a DIY Circle of 5ths so that you can use this musical tool to practice all your piano techniques.
This is a Comprehensive Course covering Music Harmony – Basic to Advanced!
Even Advanced Music is made EZ for you to understand in the presentation!
You are going to see PATTERNS & Music Harmony in ONE FLASH!
147 Lectures + 4 Hours of Video
- 28 Topics Covered
- 12 Songs Analysis using Circle of 5ths
- 7 Key Exercises on the Circle of 5ths
- 15 Chord Progressions from the Circle of 5ths
- 47Magic Circle Tips
- 14 Bonus Videos
The Following Main Topics are covered in the Circle of 5ths Course with Music Theory & Music Fundamentals fully explained:
1. The Magic Moving Circle
2. Know the 12 o’ clock position
3. How will you write the 12 Tones?
4. Pattern of Magic Circle Movement
5. Circle Reveals all 12 Key Signatures
6. Circle Gives The Order of Sharps and Flats in Key Signatures
7. Magic Formula to Get 7 Scale Tones of all 12 Keys
8. Magic Circle Numerals: Basic Chords for all 12 Keys – I, IV, V7
9. Magic Circle Reveals 7 Diatonic Chords – 7th Chords
10. Roman Numerals for 7 Diatonic Chords
11. Minor 7 Chords Movement – ii7, iii7, vi7
12. Create your Own Musical Tool: Circle of 5ths
13. Magic Circle – Significance of Dominant 7th Chords
14. One primary dominant chord in each key
15. 5 secondary dominant chords in each key
16. A total of 12 dominant chords in music
17. Songs have both primary & secondary dominants in chord progressions
18. How Secondary Dominant Chords are derived from
19. 2 Roman Numerals for Secondary Dominant Chords
20. Learn the Trick to only One Roman numeral notation for secondary dominants
21. Roman Numeral Template for Secondary Dominants
22. Capital vs Small letters
23. Secondary Dominant Chords in all 12 Keys
24. Create 2 Circles to see everything in ONE Flash
Application: 12 Songs Analysis using Circle of 5ths:
1. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
2. You are My Sunshine
3. Amazing Grace
4. Hey Jude
5. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
6. Heart and Soul
7. Try to Remember
8. Tennessee Waltz
9. We Wish You A Merry Christmas
10. Home On the Range
11. Five Foot Two
12. My Way
7 Exercises in the Circle of 5ths:
1. Find all 12 Scale Tones of 12 Keys in One Flash
2. Find all Sharps & Flats of 12 Keys In One Flash
3. Find all Basic Chords in One Flash
4. Find all 7 Diatonic Chords in all 12 Keys in One Flash
5. Find all Dominant Chord movement in One Flash
6. Find all V7 to I Chord Progression in One Flash
7. Find all 5 Secondary Dominant Chords in all 12 Keys in One Flash
15 Chord Progressions:
1. I – IV
2. IV – I
3. I – V7
4. V7 – I
5. I – V7 – I
6. I – V7 – I – IV – I
7. I – IV – I – V7- I
8. ii7 V7 I
9. vi7 ii7 V7 I
10. iii7 vi7 ii7 V7 I
11. II7 V7 I
12. VI7 II7 V7 I
13. III7 VI7 II7 V7 I
14. VII7 III7 VI7 V7 I
15. I – I7 – IV
52 Magic Circle Tips
- Magic Circle Tip 1: 12 Unique Tones
- Magic Circle Tip 2: Make Your Circle Run
- Magic Circle Tip 3: Home Chord at 12 o’ clock
- Magic Circle Tip 4: 12 Tones Correspond to 1 Octave
- Magic Circle Tip 5: Circle does not move alphabetically
- Magic Circle Tip 6: Chord Tones like to Move up in Perfect 5ths
- Magic Circle Tip 7: Chord Tones like to Move up in Perfect 4ths
- Magic Circle Tip 8: Up in 5ths and Down in 4ths at the piano
- Magic Circle Tip 9: Easy to Identify the Sharps & Flats
- Magic Circle Tip 10: Right Side – Sharps
- Magic Circle Tip 11: Left Side – Flats
- Magic Circle Tip 12: Add 1 More
- Magic Circle Tip 13: Order of Sharps – Start at F
- Magic Circle Tip 14: Order of Flats – Start at B
- Magic Circle Tip 15: Clockwise for Sharps & counter clockwise for Flats
- Magic Circle Tip 16: Add one Extra
- Magic Circle Tip 17: Slash at 11 & 5 o’clock
- Magic Circle Tip 18: No need to use charts anymore
- Magic Circle Tip 19. Basic Chords (I, IV, V7 ) are together as a family
- Magic Circle Tip 20: Chord 1 alternates between Chord IV & V7
- Magic Circle Tip 21: Chord V7 resolves to I – Final Cadence
- Magic Circle Tip 22: Amazing Grace Chord movement
- Magic Circle Tip 23: Can predict chord progressions – Hey Jude
- Magic Circle Tip 24: 7th Chords: IM7, ii7, iii7, IVM7, V7, vi7 vii dim 7
- Magic Circle Tip 25: Minor 7 Chords – ii7, iii7, vi7 are side by side together
- Magic Circle Tip 26: Use Template and no need to use charts
- Magic Circle Tip 27: 1625 Minor Chord Movement
- Magic Circle Tip 28: 1625 Repeating in Heart and Soul
- Magic Circle Tip 29: 36251 in Try To Remember
- Magic Circle Tip 30: Create Your Own Circle
- Magic Circle Tip 31: Only One primary dominant chord in each key
- Magic Circle Tip 32: New inner template for V7 to *
- Magic Circle Tip 33: Only 12 V7 Chords in music
- Magic Circle Tip 34: Secondary Dominant V7/V7
- Magic Circle Tip 35: Secondary Dominant V7/ii7
- Magic Circle Tip 36. Secondary Dominant V7/vi7
- Magic Circle Tip 37. Secondary Dominant V7/iii7
- Magic Circle Tip 38. Secondary Dominant V7/IV
- Magic Circle Tip 39: 2 Roman Numerals for each secondary dominant chords
- Magic Circle Tip 40: Primary Dominant vs Secondary Dominants
- Magic Circle Tip 41: Secondary Dominant Chords Resolve Back to Diatonic Chords
- Magic Circle Tip 42: Inner Template with Simplified One Roman Numeral
- Magic Circle Tip 43: Difference in Capitals and small letters
- Magic Circle Tip 44: All Secondary Dominants in Capital Letters
- Magic Circle Tip 45: Template to see all secondary dominants in ONE flash
- Magic Circle Tip 46: 5 Secondary Dominants for C Key
- Magic Circle Tip 47: Have 2 Circles In Front of You
- Magic Circle Tip 48: I – I7 – I Chord Progression
- Magic Circle Tip 49 II7- V7 – 1 Chord Progression
- Magic Circle Tip 50: VI7 – II7 – V7 – I Chord Progression
- Magic Circle Tip 51: III7 – VI7 – II7 – V7 – I
- Magic Circle Tip 52: Combining all the chord progressions in one song
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More Feedback from students inside the course:
This moving circle such a BRILLIANT tool & worthy of mass production! Thank you Rosa!!You’ve done a thoroughly “absorbable and penetrating” job with it, as you always do!
Thank you so much for the magic moving wheel, , and for all your work!
Thanks Rosa for the instructions on making the Circle of 5th’s.
I am learning in leaps and bounds with your courses. I am more motivated than I have been in the past to keep learning. It’s fun now to watch you play and hope to one day be nearly as good.
You have given us so much information in this course and I see you are still adding more. I feel like I am in college and my Major is Music. 🙂
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- all guitar players
- all ukulele players
- all piano players
- those who want to learn about music harmony
- those who wish to play by ear
- those who wish to learn about chord progression
- those who wish to eventually write their own songs
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