Foundations of music: a computer-assisted introduction

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Wadsworth Pub. Co., 1987 - Computers - 221 pages
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Now in a new Fifth Edition, this text is known for its extensive content, clear organization, and useful musical examples. FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC provides training in music fundamentals through a stimulating text fully integrated with display, sound, and interactivity on its CD-ROM. Appropriate for both non-majors and music majors in a low-level music theory course, this computer-assisted approach allows students to learn at their own pace and allows the instructor maximum flexibility in the classroom.

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Contents

Use of the Computer
1
Introduction
13
JL Computer Exercise
28
Syncopation
70
Three Sound
79
Four Scales
85
Five Intervals
137
Six Chords and Harmony
155
Seven Simple Forms
182
Eight looking at Music
196
Standard Chord Progressions
211
Indexes
221
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