Classical Music Analysis is creating Formal/harmonic analysis and Youtube music scores
1

patron

$2
per month

For those who don't know what Patreon is, this video will help you!

Hello everybody,

I'm a complete music theory freak who loves to analyze classical music.
I think that analyzing, though it's just a simple way to approach a piece, can be really helpful and lets you understand some things that can't be appreciated just by hearing. I focus mainly on the formal and harmonic aspects of a work and also on its internal correlations (like the underlying structure, the motifs, the similarities...).

I have a Youtube channel where I upload scores of music that I like, and a website called "Classical Music Analysis" where I analyse some of the scores I post on Youtube. Posting the scores there makes the analysis better as the reader and listener can understand what I'm saying by looking and hearing them.

My Website: www.classicalmusicanalysis.com

My YT channel: www.youtube.com/c/classicalmusicanalysis.com

At this time I've only analysed the first movement of Beethoven's third symphony in E flat major, that you can read by clicking here. The video I uploaded to my channel (the one the analysis is based on) is this one, that you can watch here (you can make it fullscreen):


So, I'll be posting new music scores at my Youtube channel and writing more analyses on my website. Here on Patreon I'll be posting updates and thoughts, so if you'd like to contribute to my project I'd really be very happy.

Thank you very much!
Rewards
Access to my Patreon
$1 or more per month 1 patron
First of all: thank you for supporting my project! My reward I'm offering to you is:
  • My absolute gratitude to have your support.
  • Access to my Patreon-only posts (this includes you'll be able to see what I write in my Posting site: thoughts, updates, sneak peeks, discussions... and you'll be able to post in the Community site what you think and your suggestions, and chat privately with me).
Shoutout and voting
$5 or more per month 0 patrons
Thanks for your interest! You'll get ALL OF THE ABOVE plus:
  • A personal shoutout in the credits of my newest Youtube's video.
  • You'll be able to vote what my next Youtube score video will be.
Special Patron
$10 or more per month 0 patrons
ALL OF THE ABOVE plus:
  • I'll be honored to put your name to my website as an Special Patron.
  • You'll decide what my next videos (that'll be voted by the patreons) could be.
Personal analysis
$25 or more per month 0 of 3 patrons
ALL OF THE ABOVE PLUS:
  • I'll make a formal and harmonic analysis written in the score just for you from a piece you want every month (maximum 150 bars approximately)!
  • We can have an online discussion every month about anything of your interest (related in some way to music, of course)
Goals
$2 of $50 per month
A true milestone!
This project is by no means easy, so having such a supportive communiny and reaching 50$ per month will help me a lot economically and will inspire me to continue. I'll post more scores and analyses!
2 of 2

For those who don't know what Patreon is, this video will help you!

Hello everybody,

I'm a complete music theory freak who loves to analyze classical music.
I think that analyzing, though it's just a simple way to approach a piece, can be really helpful and lets you understand some things that can't be appreciated just by hearing. I focus mainly on the formal and harmonic aspects of a work and also on its internal correlations (like the underlying structure, the motifs, the similarities...).

I have a Youtube channel where I upload scores of music that I like, and a website called "Classical Music Analysis" where I analyse some of the scores I post on Youtube. Posting the scores there makes the analysis better as the reader and listener can understand what I'm saying by looking and hearing them.

My Website: www.classicalmusicanalysis.com

My YT channel: www.youtube.com/c/classicalmusicanalysis.com

At this time I've only analysed the first movement of Beethoven's third symphony in E flat major, that you can read by clicking here. The video I uploaded to my channel (the one the analysis is based on) is this one, that you can watch here (you can make it fullscreen):


So, I'll be posting new music scores at my Youtube channel and writing more analyses on my website. Here on Patreon I'll be posting updates and thoughts, so if you'd like to contribute to my project I'd really be very happy.

Thank you very much!

Recent posts by Classical Music Analysis

Rewards
Access to my Patreon
$1 or more per month 1 patron
First of all: thank you for supporting my project! My reward I'm offering to you is:
  • My absolute gratitude to have your support.
  • Access to my Patreon-only posts (this includes you'll be able to see what I write in my Posting site: thoughts, updates, sneak peeks, discussions... and you'll be able to post in the Community site what you think and your suggestions, and chat privately with me).
Shoutout and voting
$5 or more per month 0 patrons
Thanks for your interest! You'll get ALL OF THE ABOVE plus:
  • A personal shoutout in the credits of my newest Youtube's video.
  • You'll be able to vote what my next Youtube score video will be.
Special Patron
$10 or more per month 0 patrons
ALL OF THE ABOVE plus:
  • I'll be honored to put your name to my website as an Special Patron.
  • You'll decide what my next videos (that'll be voted by the patreons) could be.
Personal analysis
$25 or more per month 0 of 3 patrons
ALL OF THE ABOVE PLUS:
  • I'll make a formal and harmonic analysis written in the score just for you from a piece you want every month (maximum 150 bars approximately)!
  • We can have an online discussion every month about anything of your interest (related in some way to music, of course)