One of my favorite things to teach is theory/harmony from a violinist's perspective. It's a bit less paper-centric and a lot less piano-centric than most theory texts inclusing a lot of the excellent online classes--just going back to the building block concepts and relating them directly to the violin. Though we do all the paper-work, that's usually step 3 or 4. How does it work, how does it sound, how does it feel, and then they have to figure out what it should look like.
I'm adapting it right now as kind a correspondence study for one of my student's parent who has always wanted to cement her theory and the idea came to me that it could be worth putting together an organized online resource. What do you all think? Would love your feedback and suggestions--if the response sounds like it would be worthwhile, I might actually try it!!
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