Music Theory & History DVDs

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Whether you want to learn more about the evolution between ragtime and rock or improve your jazz improvisation skills, you've definitely come to the right place to expand your knowledge as both a musician and a music lover. In fact, this selection of theory and history DVDs is packed with amazing choices to make your musical journey a more enjoyable ride. From diatonic theory and harmony to ear training and even speed and timing exercises, you'll find it all in this catalog of music theory and history DVDs.

By simply reading the title of each DVD available here, you'll immediately know which one is right for you. For example, the Berklee Press Harmonic Ear Training (DVD) is a best-selling workshop from the assistant chair of the Ear Training Department at the Berklee College of Music. By the end of this DVD you'll be able to quickly recognize chord progressions and integrate them into your songs and performances. Another top-rated item is the Guitar 411 Diatonic Theory and Harmony (DVD). Featuring numerous exercises that show you how to break down scales into their scale degree numbers and build chords from these numbers, this DVD teaches everything you ever need to know about diatonic theory and harmony.

Now, for those who want an incredible history lesson, look no further than the Alfred From Ragtime to Rock DVD & CD-ROM. This 2-disc package comes to you from award-winning drummer, author and educator Daniel Glass and gives you a look at 100 years of music evolution. The purpose of this DVD is to make musicians realize just how much today's music has in common with music from the past. Additionally, it comes with teaching guides and activity sheets for Junior High, High School and College students.

And those aren't your only choices, so feel free to browse away any time now. Regardless of your skill level or music tastes, there's always something new to learn when it comes to music, so you might want to consider picking more than one music theory or history DVD. Doing so will only make you a more knowledgeable and adept musician.