Theory Princess

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Learn at your own pace, in your own space!
Learning music theory has never been more easy or more fun! All it takes is a few minutes a day, as each tutorial is bite-sized, making your theory experience short and sweet.
Banner blue Music Aficionados -- Treat Yourself to the Joy of Music!

If you're one of the many people out there who never had the opportunity to have music lessons, or who dropped out prematurely, the Theory Princess can help you to start fresh or simply fill in the gaps. A mere 5 minutes per day, watching a quick tutorial and using our custom music tools, is all you need to begin experiencing the joy of music!

Take some time to browse "The Market" and try out a free sample video or two!
Banner pink Students -- Surprise your teacher - Go Ahead!!!

Whether you're enrolled in a school music program, a music class, or currently taking private music instruction, these tutorials are perfect for reinforcing concepts integral to your musical education. Perhaps you need to review concepts or gain a new perspective on certain concepts. These tutorials are a quick way to ensure you have a firm grasp on the material you're required to know.
Banner green Parents -- Learn along with Your Child!

Perhaps you have a child or multiple children enrolled in music programs/lessons and you'd like to offer them a little more support at home. Often times, kids leave their theory work until right before their lesson, forgetting concepts taught the week before. These short, fun tutorials can not only deepen understanding for your child, but allow you to learn right along with them!
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Theory books are not required and are only an option. For extra reinforcement, 'printables' are provided with "Kits" along with a "Workout" tool. The Theory Books featured throughout the tutorials, were chosen simply because they cover all ground thoroughly and will help prepare those working towards Royal Conservatory examinations.
Banner purple Recommended Age

There are no limitations on age when it comes to learning music theory, but there are a few criteria to consider before taking the plunge. For best results, a prospective student should:
  • Know the English alphabet up to the letter "G"
  • Be able to do simple math (mostly addition)
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