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After a tremendous response from learners on Coursera, Berklee Online has created a Developing Your Musicianship specialization, and this course is the third course in the series. If you have a general understanding of music theory or if you have completed Developing Your Musicianship I and II, this course will continue to help you understand musical concepts, enabling you to create and perform contemporary music. Taught by Berklee College of Music professor George W. Russell, Jr., the course includes four lessons that delve into an intermediate level of harmony and ear training. The course will introduce you to new key signatures, and explore how they are constructed. You will continue to train your ear, learning to differentiate between the various intervals and chords that were explored in Developing Your Musicianship I and II. You will learn how to borrow chords from parallel tonalities (modal interchange), and how to write more common chord progressions. The course culminates with an assignment that asks you to compose and perform a composition using popular chord progressions. As with Developing Your Musicianship I and II, this course is designed to share the joy of creating music....

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DA

Feb 10, 2019

I have grown so much musically since taking this specialization. I look forward to taking everything I've learned here, and using it to advance my musical career. I am so excited and proud of myself!

SS

Jan 19, 2017

This class was fantastic! George is an amazing instructor. For all aspiring musicians, take the four classes in Coursera/Berklee Online's Developing your Musicianship Specialization. Excellent!!

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par Chenille L

Nov 13, 2017

First of all , I love this course, I love George, I love Berklee Online, I love Berklee:)

I come from China and I'd never studied online instead going to school. But this course has given me a lot of thoughts.

Prof. George is very kind and patient when teaching us, explaining those significant words and phrases over and over again. He always plays a lot of pieces allowing me to enjoy learning music. What's more, Berklee Online combines vision and hearing together, such as learning voicing leadings with notes moving on the screen, showing chords notations when George playing the piano... especially, I really appreciate the new way of participating homework. I can not only submit my homework, but also check others homework, which can improve my skills of writing feedbacks and, it's like doing homework over and over again, for more than one time, so that I can be a lot more familiar to those knowledge. In addition, I can discuss with fellows to solve my problems and share resources with each other.

There's only one thing:) If the professors, teachers and assistants can show up more frequently in discussions, chat groups, live chats, even our e-mails, and so on, allowing us to interact with them more, it would be better for both to help, understand and communicate with each other:)

Anyway, it was the best experience EVER learning music!

FIVE STARS!

Chenille Liu

par Linda M

Oct 31, 2016

Great course and gr

par smartphone.mel

Sep 02, 2017

Great Instructor, mentors were nice to answer questions!

par Josip G

Feb 26, 2018

Great course, as with the previous ones. Amazing teacher.

par Bhichar d

Nov 21, 2017

Excellent teacher,teaching ,thanks so much indeed

par Leo A

May 20, 2017

Mr, Russell does it again. An amazing teacher with clear, short and very concise lessons. This man is a saint and a genius with the passion and patience of someone who leaves an impression on anyone who watches his videos. This man will change your life if you let him. He has changed mine prolifically and given me the faith and confidence to continue. The class is so easy to understand and the way he explains everything is so simple yet effective. Take this whole specialization. you will now be disappointed if music is what you really want to persue!

par Daniel S

Dec 17, 2016

Really fun and descriptive !! I hope Berklee keeps doing this course beacuase they are awesome !

par Mario A D R

May 22, 2018

Great Course!

par Gabriel M P

Sep 25, 2017

Amazing!!!!! I loved!!!

par Skip S

Jan 19, 2017

This class was fantastic! George is an amazing instructor. For all aspiring musicians, take the four classes in Coursera/Berklee Online's Developing your Musicianship Specialization. Excellent!!

par Jaehwi C

Dec 27, 2017

Great course to study music theory for beginner!

par Luisa F N

Nov 22, 2016

I learned a lot

par Jair R

Oct 17, 2018

This Course provides the more clear and helpful information to understand easily the music's structure. You will no waste your time and effort taking this path... I feel incredible fulfill with my musicianship; thanks specially to the greatest teacher I've ever had.

par bruno b

Sep 19, 2018

very good course, clear and very well structured

par Алена К

Nov 02, 2018

Simple words about complicated things!

par khush

Nov 05, 2018

awesome

par Juan F

Apr 02, 2019

Excellent, worth it 100%

par luuk s

Apr 19, 2019

Simply amazing

par ANGELO C D

May 06, 2019

Master peace

par elvis y

Apr 24, 2019

extraordinary great many thanks to everyone who made it possible

par Tony B

Mar 28, 2019

Excellent course!

par ADRIANO P T

Jul 10, 2019

Awesome !

par brian b

Aug 19, 2019

Still working on course.

par Siddharth S

Aug 28, 2019

Absolutely wonderful course. Learn so much!

par John E P

Sep 03, 2019

I enjoyed this course, especially the Chord substitutions and Modal Interchange. The modal Interchange segment raised a number of questions for me and I was disappointed that we did not going into modes as well as look at the relative minor (Aeolian). What about Locrian, Mixolydian, Dorian etc? sus chords and dim chords were covered briefly. I'm not sure about the bVI and bVII chords. We seemed to rush through that section. I will revisit so that I'm sure what's going on. I'm still not sure that in Modal Interchange can we use any chord in the second scale or just the chord at the same position in the scale? I will find out.