I understand, but I take teaching music SERIOUSLY and not as a joke, especially on the first impression .
Here is the first lesson that I have to offer. This is a very basic lesson and supports just about any other music theory topic.
The 12 tones in music
In western culture music, there is a total of 12 tones also known as the chromatic scale. A musician uses these same 12 tones to create chords, scales and ultimately music just like a painter uses the colors of his or her pallete to paint.
Once you have a solid understanding of all 12 tones in music, you will have the tools to learn to create chords, scales and ultimately FREE your mind so you can concentrate on playing.
The first seven letters of the alphabet (A B C D E F and G) are called natural tones because they do not have any sharp (#) or flats (b).
That takes care of seven of the 12 tones. The other five notes are the sharp and flat notes which will be explained in the next lesson.
NOTE: Music theory can be very complicated. Here is an example.
A Bmin7 is the second chord in the key of A, the third chord in the key of G and also the relative minor chord in the key of D and the Bmin7 is diatonic to each of those keys WHEW!!
The best thing to do is learn what you find usefull and put all the complicated stuff on the backburner.
There is a total of 12 tones in music.
The first seven letters of the alphabet are A B C D E F and G also called natural notes.
The other five notes are the sharps and flats.
I truly hope this helps clear some music theory confusion.