Advanced Harmony: Theory and Practice

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Prentice-Hall, Jan 1, 1984 - Harmony - 408 pages
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Contents

MODULATION
1
Application
20
THE LEADING TONE
31
Application
64
BINARY AND TERNARY FORMS
77
Rounded Binary or Incipient Ternary
84
LESS COMMON CHORD PROGRESSIONSEXTENDED PART
97
Application
113
Complex Harmonic Progressions
275
Secondary Tonal Level Combined with First Inversions in Series and with Change
281
THE CLOSE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURYTHE
290
Root Movement by Tritone
296
Unconventional Root Movement
303
DEBUSSY AND IMPRESSIONISM
316
Quartal and Quintal Harmony Added Tone Chords
323
AN INTRODUCTION TO TWENTIETH
336

Application
129
DIATONIC SEVENTH CHORDS
152
Application
166
BORROWED CHORDS THE NEAPOLITAN SIXTH CHORD
177
The Augmented Triad in a Key 197 Other Augmented Sonorities
200
Application
207
AUGMENTED SIXTH CHORDS
217
Application
242
Chords of the Ninth 255 Eleventh and Thirteenth Chords
262
Application
269
Meter and Rhythm
343
Harmony
350
Analysis
357
Suggested Writing Activities
364
TwelveTone Systems
371
Row Variants
379
Other Uses of Serialism
385
New Sound Sources
393
RANGES CLEFS
401
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