Theories and Practice of Harmonic Analysis
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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THE STATE OF MUSIC THEORY DURING
Harmonic Theories in France
Harmonic Theories in 19th Century England
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19th century acoustical analytic appoggiatura augmented-sixth chord augmented-sixth harmonies bass voice C-major C-minor cadential patterns Chapter chord symbols chord type chordal sonorities chords in minor chords of modal chromatic composers context Daube Daube's diatonic chords diatonic harmonies diatonic keys diatonic triads diminished seventh discrete chord dominant and subdominant dominant harmony enharmonic essential fifth figured-bass fundamental chords Gottfried Weber ground chord harmonic analysis harmonic function harmonic progression harmonic theory identifying interval key relationship key signature Kirnberger leading tone leading-tone lowered submediant major and minor major key major-minor mediant melodic minor key minor triad modal mixture modulation music theory Musical Composition non-essential harmonies notes particularly period perspective postulates principal key principal tonality quadrivium Rameau regarded Riemann Roman numerals root scale degrees Schenker Sechter Section seventh chord structural style subdominant harmonies submediant supertonic tertial theorists theory of harmony Theory of Musical thorough-bass tonal regions tonality tonic harmony tonic triad Versuch Weber's theory