Introduction to Music, Conclusion

Introduction to Music

for those wanting to become musicans, or improve their musicianship


I hope this Introduction to Music series has been helpful. While it is obviously not a comprehensive look at all there is to music notation and music theory, if you know this stuff, you have a great amount of tools to help you as either a performer or composer, no matter the style of music.

I have a number of YouTube videos that cover a range of music topics, some duplicating what was in this series, but many that go beyond this series. Here are a few below for you to take a look at.

To see and hear how I’ve used my musical knowledge, you can download any of our sheet music for Free at the website. I also have six albums (as of January 2013) available on GooglePlay, Amazon, iTunes and CD Baby.

If you would care to make a donation to help in my efforts with free content – blogs, videos and sheet music – your Donation is most appreciated.

Introduction to Piano Lessons and general music theory

Introduction to Chords

A Review of iPad Apps of help for musicians

12-tone, Dodecaphonic Composition Overview

Scales and Modes

Some Sibelius (notation software) Tips

Making another Arrangement using Sibelius

Making an Organ arrangement in Sibelius

I hope you enjoyed this. Your comments and questions are welcome here or via the contact page on the website.



About jamesgilbertmusic

JamesGilbertMusic is a web based publisher of sheet music and mp3 files. The founder, James Gilbert, is a pianist, organist composer/arranger and piano teacher. He offers piano lessons in Micanopy.
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