Foundations of Music: A Computer-assisted Introduction
This text offers music fundamental training through the use of computer assistance and is appropriate for both music majors in a low-level music theory course and non-majors courses. This approach allows for maximum flexibility in classroom learning, as students are able to learn at their own pace. This text is known for its extensive content, clear organization, and for the usefulness of its musical examples.
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Pitch and Timbre The Overtone Series
THE NOTATIONAL SYSTEM
Key Signatures for Major Keys
Classification of Meters
More on the Use of Beams
Texture and Inversions
LOOKING AT Music
TOPICS FOR ENRICHMENT
Standard Chord Progressions
THE MINOR MODE
Intervals in the Minor Mode