This hilarious song will crack you up! If you are a musical introvert, get ready to charge your battery because you're about to become the life of the party with this one. 🎉
But wait..music theory is NOT supposed to be fun. Or is it? Master singing ascending sixths and descending fifths in the most ridiculous, but EFFECTIVE way! "The Music Theory Song" is take on "The Christmas Song" written by Robert Wells and Mel Tormè in 1945. This "music theory" version (2012) has lyrics by David Rakowski with additional lyrics by Dave Swenson. Christmas-theme design by Music Theory Shop.
The melodic structure of this song includes all simple intervals that explains what you're singing while you're singing it! (we call that "word painting") There are interesting chord progression descriptors and a fun, but unexpected spot on "Meet the Flintstones" quote at the end.
The truth is, learning intervals out of a musical context is not effective in musical training. We must connect the sounds to a musical context, such as melodies that are already familiar. This strategy WORKS.
ENJOY!! And please leave a review! 🙏❤️ How are YOU using this song?? I'd love to know!