Theories and Practice of Harmonic Analysis

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EMText, Jan 1, 1992 - Music - 137 pages
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This volume brings together information regarding the theories of harmonic analysis. It provides a list of concerns and proposes procedural perspectives and recommendations for analysis and for harmonic analysis in particular. It is also a critical review and reassessment of Gottfried Weber's contribution to harmonic analysis and demonstrates proper application of Weber's analytic system. The text is augmented by over 60 musical examples.

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Contents

THE STATE OF MUSIC THEORY DURING
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Harmonic Theories in France
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Harmonic Theories in 19th Century England
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