Los Angeles, CA—August 2, 2012 - Alfred Music Publishing, world leader in educational print music publishing since 1922, releases Essentials of Music Theory Web Version, the newest addition to the Essentials of Music Theory program, now available online and easily accessible on any computer with internet access and an Adobe Flash-enabled browser.
With all the same features as the Version 3 Complete software, the Essentials of Music Theory Web Version makes the all-in-one theory program accessible anytime to teachers and students with no installation or discs required. Other online benefits include no software maintenance or upgrades, and no need for a school network setup. Additionally, student accounts can be paid for by the school or directly by parents, which offer more options to schools. Both EMT software and web versions are designed for students of any age who want to have a better understanding of the language of music. Various theory lessons that incorporate reading and writing skills, as well as exercises, reviews, and tests that coincide with each chapter are included.
Educators have options to customize lessons, the audio, text and images used for lessons, the number and style of questions on the customized tests, and even the contents of the terms glossary. The program also offers enhanced user, group and profile maintenance options for educators to organize and track multiple students' progress, with the online benefit of keeping data with minimal chance of being misplaced.
To view the Essentials of Music Theory program trailer, click here: alfred.com/EMT The complete line of Alfred's EMT includes various software versions for students, educators, and networked schools. Book versions of the software are also available, including student books, teacher's answer keys, and ear-training CDs. Teachers have the option to add supplemental activities with the double bingo games, flash cards, and reproducible teacher activity kits.