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Materials and structure of music

Author: William Christ; Richard DeLone; Vernon L Kliewer; Lewis Eugene Rowell; William Thomson
Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey : Prentice-Hall, [1972]-[1973] ©1972-1973
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Materials and structure of music.
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1972-73]
(OCoLC)592355985
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Christ; Richard DeLone; Vernon L Kliewer; Lewis Eugene Rowell; William Thomson
ISBN: 0135603420 9780135603420 0135603595 9780135603598
OCLC Number: 257117
Description: 2 volumes : music ; 25 cm + workbook (2 volumes)
Contents: V. 1. Basic properties and notation of tone --
Tonality --
Key, mode, and scale --
Melodic cadences --
Formal characteristics of melody: the motive and phrase --
The extended meilody --
Basic melody --
Melody: elaboration --
Two-voice combinations --
Two-voice combinations: decorative pitches --
Continuation of two-voice combinations --
Conclusion of two-voice combinations --
Three-voice combinations --
Chord structure --
Conclusion of three-voice combinations --
Homophonic textures of four voices: non-chord voices --
Tonic, dominant, and subddominant chords in root position and first inversion: dominant seventh chord --
Inversions of the dominant seventh: harmonic rhythm --
Second-inversion triads --
Ternary form: the supertonic chord --
Submediant and mediant chords: chord relationships --
Through-composed form: mutated chords, harmonic sequence --
Binary form --
Secondary dominants --
Conclusion of secondary dominants --
Tonality changes --
Procedures of tonality change. V. 2. Tonality schemes and form --
Rondo form --
Diatonic seventh chords (nondominant) --
Diatonic seventh chords (continued) --Embellishing diminished chords --
Thematic development in two-voice counter-point --
Cantus firmus technique: the chorale prelude --
The Neapolitan chord --
Augmented sixth chords --
Variation forms --
Fugue --
Further details of Fugue --
Introduction to sonata-allegro form --
Further study of sonata-allegro form --
Ninth chords --
Eleventh and thirteenth chords --
The enriched tonal spectrum --
Variability of tonality and exploration of new key schemes --
Impressionism --
Impressionism (continued) --
Twenth-Century melody --
Twentieth-Century harmony --Tonality in Twentieth-Century music --
Twentieth-Century formal processes --
Glossary.
Responsibility: William Christ, Richard DeLone, Vernon Kliewer, Lewis Rowell, William Thomson.

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