Harmonia is absolutely free for teachers.

Our app is free for teachers,
and so is our content. Take a look.

Plan your course

From the basics to advanced part-writing with chromatic harmony, we have a wide range of interactive worksheets. Browse a selection of our content now. Or see our entire library when you sign up for a free teacher account. Remember to request a teacher account during the sign-up process.

Schools We Are Proudly Serving

University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Truman University

The Meadows School - Las Vegas, Nevada

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

North Central High School in Indianapolis

Virginia Commonwealth University

Temple University


Video: Course Management with Harmonia.

Improve the Quality and Speed of Learning

Feedback is one of the most important ways we learn new skills

Students don't need to wait for days to find out their grade - they can find out in seconds with Harmonia. You can allow students to submit assignments multiple times, redo part writing automatically transposed to different keys, or incremental grading that allows them to grade only what they've completed as they progress through an assignment.

Create Your Own Worksheets

Or use anything from our library

Whether your own, or ours, or a practice, homework, or exam, all Harmonia documents are completely interactive, intelligently analyzed, and automatically graded.

Configure Your Course

Detailed settings accommodate your class syllabus

Have a proficiency based course? Want to allow late submissions? From due dates, allowing multiple submissions, uploading the student's file automatically, and grading rubrics, you can configure your course any way you like.

Automatic Grading

Let Harmonia collect homework and grade for you

Grading takes milliseconds, not days, and student worksheets can be automatically uploaded and stored for you. Now you can focus on what you do best — delve into the music literature, apply theory in meaningful ways, and teach music, and not just part writing rules.

Statistics and Gradebook

See how students are doing at a glance

Simple statistics tools let you see the grade distribution, the mean, standard deviation, and more. View the entire spreadsheet online, or download your gradebook as a CSV (comma separated values) file that you can import into your favorite software.

FREE for Teachers

Students pay $29.95 per 15 week semester

Teachers using it with paying students get all app features and our course content for free. If you'd like your school to purchase a bundle of licenses for your students, email us at contact@illiacsoftware.com

Prices and Services

Complete Course Delivery

License fees are paid by each student per course, price varying by the length of the course according to the below chart. Alternatively, email us if your school would like to purchase a bundle of licenses on behalf of your students.
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High School Discount: To support music education, Illiac Software proudly offers 25% discount (based on the pricing in the chart above) in 2020 to high schools purchasing site licenses for their students and the first semester is free.

Testing Only

Institutions pay per test taken. For a single exam, such as an entrance exam, payment is determined at the end of the testing period. For rolling exams, we calculate exam pricing annually, and charge incrementally every 3 months.
Contact us directly for more details. We set up all testing services manually, and we are happy to help.
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Special Message to High School Teachers

Dear High School Music Theory Teacher,

Are you teaching AP, IB, or basic music theory? We’ve got you covered. Between planning rehearsals, teaching a music theory class, and grading analysis, part-writing, and ear-training homework, we know you are busy. Harmonia can help. There are lots of music theory resources out there to choose from, so for our high school teachers only, we offer your students' first fall or spring semester unconditionally free. Try Harmonia for free: contact us to get started.

We provide interactive lessons, practice exercises, and related content to help your students develop their chord recognition, analysis, and part-writing skills.

Our content is created by real theory teachers—teachers with high-school and college-level teaching experience, teachers who are certified public-school teachers, and teachers who attend annual AP readings.

Browse our extensive Harmonia Content Library (accessible with a free teacher account) filled with hundreds of lessons and exercises available to all Harmonia instructors, or build your own assignments.

And the best feature? Harmonia actually grades student work, saving you hours of valuable time per week and offering your students instant, pedagogical feedback.

Harmonia marks incorrect analytical entries and poor part writing, and provides detailed feedback, explaining the nature of the error to users, at the top of the page. All graded feedback is sent to our Cloud-based server for teacher review.

Help your students develop their analysis and part-writing skills. Build exam prep materials by setting our assessment guides to match AP/IB rubrics.

Prices and Services

Harmonia is always free for teachers and, for high school teachers only, the first semester of Harmonia is completely free for your students. Thereafter, student license fees are paid in one of two ways: individually by students, or by site license on behalf of your students. To support secondary music education, Illiac Software proudly offers a 25% discount for all high schools purchasing site licenses for their students. See our pricing schedule for more information.

Sincerly yours,

Rachel Mann, Senior Content Developer

Getting Started - Teachers

Get the software

The application is completely free. Just download it using the buttons above.

Important: some things you do online, on this very website. Other things you will do in the application you download.

Sign up for a teacher's account

Click the "Sign Up" link at the top of this page. You'll confirm your email address, then set your password. Be sure to click "request teacher account" when setting your account information and password.

This will enable additional features, such as creating your online courses, and browsing all of our ready-made interactive worksheets and homework assignments.

Create your first online course

Sign into your account here on our website, click the button to add a course, and fill out your course info.

Set up your homework assignments for your online course

You can preview a selection of our content right here. But if you already have an account, and have already created your first course, click on the "assignments" tab in your online course dashboard. Click "Add Assignment Set" then click "Add from content library."

From here you'll be able to browse everything we have to offer.

Invite students to your course

Sign in online, go to your course dashboard page, and copy your "invitation code." Give this code to your students. With it they can sign up for an online account, enter this code, and add your course to their accounts.

You'll need to confirm that the students are, in fact, in your class! You do this in your online course dashboard page in the "people" tab.

Students pay a flat subscription of $29.95 per 15 week semester. This is less than the cost of most workbooks, and students can receive unlimited amounts of practice with feedback.

How do I create my own worksheets?

It's easy to create your own course materials using our in-app score generators or by importing scores from MusicXml. Please consult our teacher documentation to learn more, such as this quick guide.

When you've created a teacher account online, and used the same account information to sign-in inside the computer application, you will then have access to additional features, such as saving documents, access to all 371 of Bach's Chorales (and not just 10 of them), and score generators to create notations for scale exercises, advanced part writing, and more.

Notations only become "gradable" for students when you convert a notation to an assessment. This support page discusses converting scores into assessments, and this support page on making an interval exercise covers one specific example.

More Questions?

Go to our support page. If you are still having trouble, contact us at contact@illiacsoftware.com.

Video: A General Overview of How to Use Harmonia

In 7 minutes, get a quick idea of how to use Harmonia.

Sign up and request an account upgrade to access features only available for teachers.

Take a Test Drive

No need for an account to interact with our demo content.
  • Download the free Harmonia app
  • Start it up
  • Click the "cloud" icon in upper-left
  • Check "sign in as visitor" in the pop up box
  • Click the sign-in button
The Cloud menu will fill up with worksheets you can interact with, fill out, and even grade.