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Modulation [Format Kindle]

Max Reger

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Modulation — the change from one key to another — is a subject of critical importance to performers and composers in their study of harmony. This concise guide by a progressive early modernist offers valuable insights and instruction. Suitable for musicians at all levels. Newly typeset and engraved.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great little book, but . . . 24 novembre 2011
Par Scooter Driver - Publié sur
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Although Max Reger's 100+ examples all end with some flavor of either a V-I or vii-I chord progression, I would classify more than half of them as transitions from one key to another rather than a transition from one key to another with an exclamatory cadential ending. The book is a usable reference, but not for the beginning student of harmony or music theory. Line and smooth harmonic transition in his examples are frequently sacrificed apparently in the interest of brevity.

Despite the negativity of the paragraph above, this little book proved to be a very valuable addition to my reference library, but not in the way I expected it would. I bought the book to use as a quick reference for a modulation while I was composing music, but found that it was far from the cookbook tool I expected. Some of Reger's examples proved to have either a harsh, incomplete, or unconvincing cadential sound, and that spurred me to work to make them less harsh and more complete sounding to the ear with a strong cadential ending.

In those efforts I found the real value in Max Reger's work. I reworked 63 of the 100+ examples to make each smoother, more complete, and/or more convincing, and that's where the real learning took place. I now have a "library" of modulations which I can draw upon whenever I need to. I strongly recommend this book for anyone with an interest in music composition or analysis as a study guide to really teaching yourself all about transitions and modulations. However, I make this recommendation with a strong warning that it is not a cookbook for writing music with smooth, flowing transitions.

Spend the $7 for the book and then use it to teach yourself modulations and transitions by creating your own set of reference modulations based upon Reger's. Be economical and try to improve on an example with as few additional beats as possible. Unless you are a budding Mozart, that process may take a considerable amount of time, but it will be time well spent.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Strauss Modulation Cookbook 9 mai 2010
Par Kevin Austin - Publié sur
A good book for understanding a backbone for modulation from any key to any other key, for example, A minor to E# major (11 accidentals away), or Db minor to F# major (14 accidentals) [number 91 in the book].

Built largely around the reinterpretation of bII (Neapolitan sixth), you'll find just about every Strauss modulation that uses this progression. Lots of fun, but not for the neophyte.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Book 13 novembre 2009
Par Jarvis N. Turner - Publié sur
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It's a simple theory book that shows you the simplest ways to modulate from one key to the other. A great book for those wanting to understand modulation. I recommend anyone wants to understand theory or just want to know how to compose better to get this book. It's great!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great examples, but be sure you're already well versed in theory. 12 juillet 2012
Par Glen_the_eskimo - Publié sur
Book contains examples only, be well versed in tonal and chromatic harmony before trying to make any sense of this. For intermediate to advanced composers only. If you are looking to expand your vocabulary of quick modulations (I think all start in the tonic and modulate over two measures, with an authentic cadence), then this is for you. Very effective, logical, and usable progressions. Most of these would have taken me years to find examples of, and even longer to think of myself.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Exactly the book it alleges to be! 18 juin 2013
Par Len - Publié sur
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This book is essentially a cookbook of modulation recipes, which is precisely what I was looking for. It will not suffice alone to achieve an understanding of modulation. But if what you want is an inventory of working modulations from any given key to any other given key, then this is a good choice. Naturally, it doesn't exhaust the possibilities, but it is a valuable exercise all the same. Every beginning student should have a copy, because it really helps to understand modulation to see it in this very bare form. Modulation in the wild, in the hands of composers like Beethoven, Chopin, Schubert, Bach, or others is often too complex for a beginning student to fully grasp. The modulations in Reger's text are largely stripped of ornamentation and the sequence from one key to the next is so brief that the relation between the two keys is foregrounded. I gave this four out of five because it is what I was looking for, but it would be nice to have more footnotes, and a little more content by way of introduction or exposition. Don't let that discourage you. The text is well worth the small price it retails for on Amazon!
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