An arpeggio is a broken out chord played in a sequence. Practicing arpeggios is a great way to build your skillset and improve your musical agility.
When composing a piece of music, it is important to keep in mind instrument ranges. Here is a list of some of the most common ranges to keep in mind.
If you have ever wondered how to vary a melody, we’re here to help. Learn about inversion, retrograde, retrograde inversion, augmentation and diminution.
Key signatures tell us which key a piece of music is in, and let us know which notes need to be played sharp, flat, and natural.
Metric modulations are used to indicated a tempo change where a note value in the first tempo is equivalent in speed to a note value in the second tempo.
Simply put, musical form is an outline of when and where musical ideas are introduced, repeated, built upon and expanded.