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If you thought music theory was a waste of time and not necessary to further your musical goals, then read these following 5 reasons why this is not true.


1.Read sheet music: Being able to play from any piece of sheet music. Well it may be hard to play BUT you can read it!


2.Be able to transpose: Say you are playing a piece from the sheet music you can now read but you think it sounds too high or too low, or just not right. Well now you can move it into a new key and play at a better singing.


3.Be able to modulate: You will be able to, with a few quick moves of the fingers, move your music into a new key with a succession of notes so pleasing to the ear it will bring a smile to your listeners faces.


4.It will increase your skill in improvising: Enough said.


5.Knowing music theory will help you recreate the sounds you enjoy in your favorite songs. Those fabulous chord progressions. The parts that give a song that certain sound. Gospel, Contemporary etc.


To learn music theory you donít have to become a scholar on the subject. Just at least learn the basics. Getting a good music theory book and spending a few minutes a day reading from it and doing any included exercises can jump start your music playing.


K Quinn is a church pianist and guitarist for her church. Having picked up music late in life she is the site proprieter at http://www.strugglingchurchmusician.usTips, tools, and recommendations for a church musician.


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