The Bruce Arnold Foundation is proud to announce the successful establishment of music-education.org to all aspiring musicians. Music-education.org is a website for emerging artists who cannot easily access quality face-to-face instruction. It currently provides seven free online courses, all of which use the Bruce Arnold System of Music Education. This system has been refined over a span of 30 years, and has been developed specifically to integrate an intellectual and physical understanding of music within students.
Each of these courses covers specific topics and are organized around lessons that are pivotal to a music student’s proper development. A quiz is also provided at the end of each course to gauge how well students have fully absorbed the information.
Music-education.org provides three courses on note recognition, three courses on interval recognition, and one course on music theory. Music theory level 1 consists of the basic information a student needs to get started, and serves as a solid springboard for more advanced theory study. The note recognition courses are designed not only to teach the notes found on various music clefs, but also to accelerate the speed at which a student is able to identify these notes. The interval recognition courses are designed to enable the student to visually and aurally identify the relationships between one note and another.
Have any questions? Just scroll to the bottom of music-education.org and let us know what you think. We hope that all emerging artists will take full advantage of this music learning experience. The courses on these websites are available at no cost, but donations are still welcome. These donations will be put towards traveling workshops, so that these online courses, and further, more advanced courses, can be brought to students in a classroom setting.
Written by Sara Adeli