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#1992447 - 11/29/12 02:38 PM MUSIC Theory... a seasonal approach
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From my mother.

I thought y'all* might like it.

Music Theory in a Nutshell

Forrest

*I'm from the south. We say that.
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#1992450 - 11/29/12 02:51 PM Re: MUSIC Theory... a seasonal approach [Re: woodog]
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Wonderful!
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#1992451 - 11/29/12 02:52 PM Re: MUSIC Theory... a seasonal approach [Re: woodog]
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I can see that is was done using Sibelius. I always complained that the 'm' for minor looked like a smaller capital M instead of a lower case m.
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#1992478 - 11/29/12 03:46 PM Re: MUSIC Theory... a seasonal approach [Re: woodog]
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Wow, someone could write a whole books of those ideas!

rada

but....bridge needs a rhyming word

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#1992840 - 11/30/12 02:02 PM Re: MUSIC Theory... a seasonal approach [Re: woodog]
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Eckshully, all seriousness aside, what ARE they using at college/univ. level these days. In my time, we had Walter Piston and Roger Sessions and a little Xenakis. I thought Walter pretty much covered it - we had his book for advanced counterpoint too (that's an up-all-night course if there ever was one...)

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#1992858 - 11/30/12 02:27 PM Re: MUSIC Theory... a seasonal approach [Re: woodog]
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Originally Posted By: woodog
From my mother.

I thought y'all* might like it.

Music Theory in a Nutshell

Forrest

*I'm from the south. We say that.


Your mother has quite a deep voice.
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#1992868 - 11/30/12 02:47 PM Re: MUSIC Theory... a seasonal approach [Re: Damon]
woodog Offline
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Originally Posted By: Damon

Your mother has quite a deep voice.


She used to be her Grandfather, who was his own second cousin.

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Beethoven Op. 78
Bach WTC 1, C# Major (#3)

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#1992871 - 11/30/12 02:52 PM Re: MUSIC Theory... a seasonal approach [Re: Auntie Lynn]
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Originally Posted By: Auntie Lynn
Eckshully, all seriousness aside, what ARE they using at college/univ. level these days. In my time, we had Walter Piston and Roger Sessions and a little Xenakis. I thought Walter pretty much covered it - we had his book for advanced counterpoint too (that's an up-all-night course if there ever was one...)


Here at WKU where I'm the bookstore manager (and which is hardly considered a musical powerhouse) we use

Kostka Tonal Harmony, 7th 2013
McGraw Hill
ISBN 0-07-802514-1

The workbook to accompany same
ISBN 0-07-741017-3

Ottman: Music for Sight Singing, 8th 2011
Pearson Education
ISBN 0-205-76008-2

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Bach WTC 1, C# Major (#3)

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