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Musictheory.net is free web resource that provides basic lessons from reading music to flash tutorials for teaching yourself advanced music theory and more.

Check out MusicTheory.net

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That's a pretty cool site.

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Here's another good resource - The Oklahoma Music Teacher's Association. Resource guides include:

OMTA Certification Handbook

College Certification Form (PDF)

Bibliography for History Guides

Music History Outline

Bibliography for Music Theory Guides

Unit 1 Notation

Unit 2 Scales, Modes, & Key Signatures

Unit 3 Intervals

Unit 4 Triads

Unit 5 Part Writing

Unit 6 Nonharmonic Tones

Unit 7-8 Cadences & Second Inversion Chords

Unit 9 Dominant Seventh Chord

Unit 10-11 Leading Tone Seventh & Nondominant Seventh Chords

Unit 12 Secondary Dominant Chords

Unit 13 Modulation

Unit 14-15 Borrowed Chords & Neapolitan Sixth Chords

Unit 16 Augmented 6th Chords

Unit 17 Sequences

Unit 18 Form in Music

Unit 19 20th Century

Video Guidelines

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Here is another good resource - [url="http://www.teoria.com/"]Teoria[/url]

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Reddit's We The Music Makers are having a good discussion re: [url="http://www.reddit.com/r/WeAreTheMusicMakers/comments/bhsva/music_theory_vs_learning_by_ear/"]Theory Vs Learning By Ear[/url]

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