Music Animation Machine — Resources for Education
Here are reactions from people who have found my graphical scores helpful:
Following are things I hope will serve as a useful guide/index to these resources.
My animated graphical scores are published on these four YouTube channels:
I've published over a thousand videos, which might make it hard to find what you want.
is where I publish the first version of videos intended for viewing by the general public
contains alternate versions and corrections; these are also intended for the general public
has versions designed for viewing with
these would be of no interest to people without those glasses
is my "private" channel, where I post my personal (non-music) videos,
experiments most people wouldn't be interested in, and other random stuff
Here are some things that might make it a little easier:
There are also a few educational web pages on specific subjects:
Please contact me
with questions, requests, or suggestions.
- Canons can be used for ear-training;
this page has links to all my canon videos
and suggestions for how to use them.
- My video for Bach's Réjouissance
(from his fourth orchestral suite) was so
demanding to watch that I made several
training videos to help people teach
their eyes (and ears) what to look for (and listen for).
- Music theory students learning about Non-chord tones
might find this tool useful.
- Many of my video use color to indicate pitch class; the system I use
(which I call Harmonic Coloring)
is described here.