The basics of music theory are the same across instruments. Notes, scales, chords, transposition, harmony, rhythm, etc. are all intrument-independent at the theory level.
A sequence that builds music vocabulary and concepts by presenting a curriculum for performance - training in beginning music theory, ear training (solfège) based on basic keyboard knowledge as it applies to theory and ear training. (not to make you into a keyboard player) For ALL Instruments!!!!
Description: The basics of music theory - introduction to note reading, key signatures, scales, rhythm, and time signatures. Introduction to written intervals and harmony (i.e. triads, intervals, and chord structure).
EAR TRAINING (solfège)
Description: Using syllables in the movable-Do solfège system, students learn to identify, read, write, and sing rhythm and melody in treble clef. Practice of harmonic and melodic intervals to the octave. One-part melodic dictation and qualities of triads.
The goal is for the student to become more proficient in recognizing scales, keys, and intervals, as well as chord construction and some harmonic analysis, which can be applied to improvisation. MOST IMPORTANTLY just make you a better musician. For all instruments!