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After a tremendous response from learners on Coursera, Berklee Online has created a Developing Your Musicianship specialization, and this course is the third course in the series. If you have a general understanding of music theory or if you have completed Developing Your Musicianship I and II, this course will continue to help you understand musical concepts, enabling you to create and perform contemporary music. Taught by Berklee College of Music professor George W. Russell, Jr., the course includes four lessons that delve into an intermediate level of harmony and ear training. The course will introduce you to new key signatures, and explore how they are constructed. You will continue to train your ear, learning to differentiate between the various intervals and chords that were explored in Developing Your Musicianship I and II. You will learn how to borrow chords from parallel tonalities (modal interchange), and how to write more common chord progressions. The course culminates with an assignment that asks you to compose and perform a composition using popular chord progressions. As with Developing Your Musicianship I and II, this course is designed to share the joy of creating music....

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DA

Feb 10, 2019

I have grown so much musically since taking this specialization. I look forward to taking everything I've learned here, and using it to advance my musical career. I am so excited and proud of myself!

SS

Jan 19, 2017

This class was fantastic! George is an amazing instructor. For all aspiring musicians, take the four classes in Coursera/Berklee Online's Developing your Musicianship Specialization. Excellent!!

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von Minh A P T

Sep 05, 2019

Very informative, detailed and simply a wonderful experience! Thank you for the course.

von Nancy S

Sep 23, 2019

The instructor was excellent. The quizzes accurately reflected what the coursework covered. I would highly recommend this and the entire series of musicianship courses.

von Olga L N

Oct 19, 2019

I learnt a lot. The course is clear and easy to follow. The constant questions asked during lectures help you master key terms and definitions. The assignments push me to work at the course during the week.

I would definitely recommend it!

von Matthew A

Oct 25, 2017

This is good! I recommend it.

von Eric A

Jul 05, 2017

Quite an education!

von Bradley

Apr 23, 2018

Good course. Would have liked to have seen a much deeper dive into modal interchange.

von Marc S

Oct 24, 2017

Great continuation in the 4-course Developing Your Musicianship specialization. I wish more time was spent on the modal interchange lecture as that was a real "lightbulb" moment for me. Great instructor and easy to follow; builds upon previous courses nicely.

von Juanjo R C

Feb 12, 2017

It's ok, good for remeber concepts

von Xavier A M

Nov 21, 2016

Great teacher, but i was expecting more advanced content. The assignments were very basic.

I loved the ear training videos.

The fact that you cannot submit the quizzes and the final assignment unless you pay for it is awful.

von Carol M M

May 23, 2019

Generally good fun, BUT....the last quiz was simply too confusing in the last 3 items that I couldn't manage a 'pass' grade and have given up! I'd like to go on to Course 4 but cannot until I pass this Quiz in Course 3, right? I'm really disappointed since I'm paying $39/month to progress ahead.

What do I do, please? and Who can I communicate with ASAP.

Disappointed....

von Chiara

May 29, 2017

Nobody is monitoring the course, which means all course related questions remain unanswered in the forum, and there are bugs in the questionnaires, as a result of which people get lower grades for no fault of theirs.

von Emma C

Sep 08, 2019

to hard