Tonal Harmony, with an Introduction to Twentieth-century Music

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McGraw-Hill, 1995 - Harmony - 666 pages
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This single volume covers all the topics typically taught in a two-year music theory course. In addition to numerous self-tests and examples, musical illustrations with commentaries, coverage of late 19th and 20th-century developments and a companion workbook, this updated edition includes a cassette with many of the text's musical examples; new exercises, summaries and self-tests; and an expanded supplements package. A study guide (0-07-034882-6) and an enhanced instructor's manual (0-07-035881-8) with a chapter quiz and answers to workbook exercises are also available.

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Contents

Chapter
3
Scale Degree Names
18
Division of the Beat
31
Chapter Three
45
Chapter Four
61
Chapter Five
77
Chapter
91
Chapter Seven
106
Chapter Seventeen
273
Deceptive Resolutions of Secondary Functions
287
Modulation and Tonicization
300
Chapter Nineteen
317
Chapter Twenty
335
Chapter TwentyOne
355
Chapter TwentyTwo
372
The Italian Augmented Sixth Chord
385

Conclusion
119
Chapter Nine
140
Chapter
152
Motives and Phrases
158
Chapter Eleven
174
Figured Bass Symbols
184
Chapter Twelve
190
Special Problems in the Analysis of NonChord Tones
196
Chapter Thirteen
205
Chapter Fourteen
225
Chapter Fifteen
239
Chapter Sixteen
255
Chapter TwentyFour
400
Chapter TwentyFive
410
Chapter TwentySix
425
Coloristic Chord Successions
439
Counterpoint
452
Expanded Tonality
465
Chapter TwentyEight
478
Appendix
558
Indexes
659
179
665
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