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Advanced College Music Theory Book. 13 septembre 2008
Par H. Kessler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I had to use this in college for my music theory I,II and III classes. It is very in depth and requires extensive study. This is definately not for the faint hearted musician. This new version is much better than the one I had because it has CD's for fast access to the music examples. The older additions came with tape cassettes. Also this new book includes CD Roms for computer learning. The book includeds much information. It is a text book and is not meant to be used as a self-learning tool. I would reccomend this only if you are in college and need it for your music theory classes.
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Perfect 16 février 2009
Par Francesco Cirillo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This is definitely the best book on tonal harmony, simple and complete. Gives you all informations you need step by step. Sometimes it states "forget about this for now": well, it isn't really an issue because two or three pages after it explains what had left out before, but with more theory already explained at that stage. There're a lot of examples within the text and many tests to see if you've understood the theory.
You don't ever need a teacher to understand the concepts explained in this book: you really need one only if you're learning to play an instrument, not to understand chord functions, inversions, and cadences. This book teaches harmony, not piano or guitar solos.
10 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Surprise! 31 mars 2011
Par E. Conrad - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I used this textbook in my first year of college music theory. The textbooks I've used after don't even compare. By far the best textbook I've had for the study of music theory thus far! It is easy to read, understand, and has great written examples. Highly recommended.
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Lots of exercises and answers 17 août 2011
Par D. Truter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
The focus of the book (as reflected in its title) is mainly on how to produce tonal harmony; less so on understanding it, e.g. it does not directly consider the interaction between harmony and melody. 'Part One' of the book is about 'Fundamentals', e g notes on the staff, scales etc. It is a clear and concise overview. However, it may cover the basics too quickly for someone with little or no knowledge of music theory. It might be better to start with an 'Everything', 'Dummies' or 'Idiot's' book on music theory.

While most textbooks on harmony include at least a few exercises, hardly any provide answers. This textbook provides lots of exercises (relatively) and a list of correct answers. This is particularly helpful for someone without a teacher. Without answers, a beginner may make frequent mistakes without being aware of it. Apart from careless mistakes, wrong answers sometimes reveal a lack of comprehension which may require a re-reading of some part of the textbook. Writing and analyzing harmony involve skills which require practice and feedback - for accuracy, retention and speed. I found the book very useful for its clarity and for its exercises ('self-tests' with answers). Incidentally, the 'Workbook' that accompanies the textbook has a lot more exercises but no answers. Unfortunately, this is typical of harmony workbooks (where completed worksheets are designed to be pulled out and submitted to a teacher). One workbook which does provide 'self-tests' with answers is Benward and Saker's "Workbook/ Music in Theory and Practice" (2 volumes). However their textbook (also 2 volumes) only provides 'assignments' (no answers).
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MUSIC CLASS 26 septembre 2011
Par Liz W. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This textbook has come in quite handy in studying music theory. I'm glad to finally have my own copy and for such a low price! If you have theory classes, no matter what year you are in school, I highly recommend this book. The illustrations and terms list at the end of each chapter make it extremely helpful for exams! A great buy!
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