Contemporary Music Theory

Level One
Harrison, Mark (Book - 1995)
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(Piano). The Music Theory series is designed from the ground-up to explain the terminology and musical structures needed for modern applications. Level One is an introductory course which covers music notation, key signatures, basic scales, intervals, modes, diatonic relationships and 3-and 4-part chords. Level Two is an intermediate-level course covering larger chord forms, "definitive" chords in major and minor keys, substitutions, analysis of key centers in tunes, "upper structure" chords, voiceleading, and pentatonic and blues scale applications. Both levels include reference appendices, a complete glossary of terms, and hundreds of written theory exercises with answers.
Authors: Harrison, Mark, 1956-
Title: Contemporary music theory
Level one
Publisher: [Sherman Oaks, CA (P.O. Box 56505, Sherman Oaks 91413)] : Harrison Music Education Systems ; Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard, c1995
Characteristics: xii, 296 p. :,ill., music ;,31 cm
Statement of Responsibility: by Mark Harrison
Notes: "A complete harmony and theory method for the pop & jazz musician"--Cover
ISBN: 0793598818
Branch Call Number: 781 H321c 1995
Subject Headings: Music theory Jazz Instruction and study Popular music Instruction and study Harmony
Topical Term: Music theory
Popular music
Publisher No: HL00220014 Hal Leonard
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