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#beginquote# I think a persons success in learning music theory in college is directly related to how they learned to play music in high school and elementary school. If you are a very auditory learner and have to hear the music before you can play it properly then you will have a harder time learning the basics of theory. If you are a very visual learner and can read rhythms and notes very well without assistance then you will likely do very well with music theory. One great way to practice ahead of time is to download a free program called GNU Solfedge. I forget the direct link to it, but I know I have a link to it on
Music Education Magic
. Just go to the homepage and click the Free Downloads link in the main menu. Chad Criswell Director of Bands Western Dubuque High School http://www.musicedmagic.com http://www.wdhsband.com #endquote#
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