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Do any of these sound familiar?...
What's the best chord to use next?
How do I avoid writing consecutives?
Why does my melody sound boring?
People often find writing harmony complicated. There are certainly many resources out there on writing harmony, but why must they make it so unnecessarily difficult! During this 2 hour webinar I'm going to teach you a clear, fail-safe method that will get you writing good four part harmony in no time at all. Ideal for people studying for music theory, for those taking School, College, or University courses in harmony, for musicians who want to understand what’s going on in the music they are playing, and for composers who want to strengthen their harmony skills!
The easiest way to plan keys and cadences.
Exactly how to choose chords that will fit a given melody.
How to evaluate which of those chords will function best.
How to make the most of inversion chords.
How to write excellent bass lines and effective inner parts.
Gareth answers students questions in regards to writing harmony.
MA (Oxon), MA (Leeds), FRCO(CHM), FLCM, ARCM
Gareth achieved his first musical diplomas at the age of fifteen. Three years later he collected the Dixon and Turpin prizes for FRCO and was already engaged as a recitalist around Europe. He held Organ Scholarships at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London; Worcester College, Oxford University; Canterbury Cathedral. In 1985, he was appointed Director of Music at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Wakefield, leaving in 1990 to pursue his free-lance interests as a recitalist, conductor, accompanist, adjudicator, composer and ABRSM examiner. Gareth is also now an ABRSM moderator, trainer and an international co-ordinator. He has released various recordings, both as a soloist and accompanist, and his musical endeavours have taken him as far a field as America, Bermuda, Hong Kong and Singapore. With over 35 years of experience as a private teacher he tutors students across the U.K. and throughout the world, his video courses are highly acclaimed. He's committed to developing the all-round integrated skills that equip every musician.