Thomas Evdokimoff, Author at EasyEarTraining.com

Thomas Evdokimoff

Thomas Evdokimoff is a freelance musician based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Thomas started his formal musical education by taking lessons at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, Canada. He went on to complete his undergraduate and Masters studies in music theory at the University of British Columbia, where he also studied classical guitar. He has experience in teaching ear training at a university level and enjoys teaching, playing and writing about music. Recently he has been developing study aids for the Royal Conservatory of Music (Canada) theory and history program.
 

By Thomas Evdokimoff:

How to Hear Chord Inversions

Learning to hear different triad types and their inversions is not really that difficult, it just takes a little time and understanding. There are no shortage of different approaches to developing this important skill, including various solfege systems and other...
Inversions of Major and Minor Triads

Inversions of Major and Minor Triads

Missed the start of the series? Click here to start at the beginning. The previous articles in the series have covered how to recognize the different qualities of triad – major, minor, augmented and diminished. Not only can we learn to hear the quality of...
Working With Seventh Chords

Working With Seventh Chords

Missed the start of the series? Click here to start at the beginning. Once we are reasonably comfortable with intervals and triads, we can start to work on seventh chords. You may recall that a seventh chord is a triad with an added seventh above the root. The most...

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