Elementary Harmony: Theory and Practice, Volume 1

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Prentice Hall, 1989 - Music - 453 pages
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Performances of 270 examples of music which illustrate principles of harmony discussed in book.

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Contents

Short tests on basic materials are included in the first half of the text
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Though partwriting is still presented in terms of those conventional
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ARTICLE 2 The History of Rhythmic Notation
57
ARTICLE 5 The Universality of the Cadence
85
CHAPTER SEVEN The Melodic Line I
139
CHAPTER EIGHT C Clefs Transposing Instruments
165
CHAPTER NINE The Triad in Inversion
174
Root movement 212 Harmonic progression 213
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CHAPTER THIRTEEN The Dominant Seventh and Supertonic
285
CHAPTER FIFTEEN The Melodic Line II
326
ARTICLE 11 Another Metrical Concept
349
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN Harmonic Sequence
371
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN Secondary Dominant Chords
390
Instrumentation
427
The Medieval Modes
437
Index of Compositions
443

ARTICLE 10 The Devil in Music
238
CHAPTER TWELVE Nonharmonic Tones II
258
Subject Index
449
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