What’s this Blog About?

This is the MyMusicTheory blog. The main website contains structured, graded courses in music theory, to help you pass your ABRSM music theory exams with great success. This blog, on the other hand, is a collection of thoughts, ramblings, news, updates and music theory potted facts, for your entertainment and enjoyment.

If I have anything to say about music theory, which does not fit into one of the free online music theory courses, I will say it here! If you’d like to say something too, please feel free!


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  1. Andrei Covaciu-Pogorilowski


    I am an independent music theorist who has just published on Amazon Kindle his last book on musical time:


    Now I try to promote it and was advised to contact blog authors like you who might want to mention the book in their posts.

    Thank you for your time,

    Andrei Covaciu-Pogorilowski

  2. Turska Games

    Hello, and thanks for a nice blog!

    I have developed an Android game called “Rhythm Sheep” for training rhythm skills. The idea is to listen a rhythm and repeat it by tapping the phone. This tries to mimic the rhythm exercises I remember doing when studying music theory. Hopefully it is also a fun and motivating game pretty much for everyone starting from children.

    I would love to hear your comments if you have time to try it!

    Here is a link to the game: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=turskagames.rhythmsheep.free

    Best Regards

  3. Ariel J Ramos

    Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro 6 is now available on the App Store.
    A must-see app for any musician and music teacher

    Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro webpage:

    A link to the app on the appStore

  4. Bart


    Lovely blog and I love the fact that a lot of the teaching is on video, which makes it quite easy to visualize.

    Best regards

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