New Harmony Teaching Tool: The Flower of Music
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Hi! I am a music teacher for special needs children in Northern New Jersey. With in my research of finding a visual ways to teach music harmony, I developed what I call the Flower of Music. I applied music harmony to the Flower of Life pattern and came up with a musical array. I then took the smallest piece of the tessellation that contained all 21 modes and 15 key signatures of western classical music and then color coded the petals.
This creates universal color coded formulas to extract any and all music harmony. Finding harmonies, diatonic chords, and transposing super easy. I made a short video demonstrating how it works. I love to know what you think about it!!
Sincerely, Tom Cassella
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