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Harmony

Author: Heinrich Schenker
Publisher: [Chicago] : University of Chicago Press, [1954]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Heinrich Schenker
ISBN: 0226737330 9780226737331 0226737349 9780226737348
OCLC Number: 280916
Notes: Translation of Neue musikalische Theorien und Phantasien, 1. Bd., Harmonielehre.
Description: xxxii, 359 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: PART I. THEORETICAL APPLICATION --
Division I. Tonal systems: their origin and differentiation with regard to position and purity [Section I. The origin of tonal systems {I. The natural tonal system (major) --
II. The artificial tonal system (minor) --
III. The other systems (church modes)} --
Section II. The differentiation of the tonal system with regard to position and purity {I. Transpositions --
II. Combinations}] --
Division II. Theory of intervals and harmonies [Section I. Theory of intervals {I. The construction of intervals --
II. The meaning of the intervals in modulation --
III. Inversion of intervals --
IV. Classification of intervals} --
Section II. Theory of scale-steps {I. Scale-steps and harmony --
II. Scale-step and counterpoint --
III. Critique of current methods of teaching in the light of our theory of the scale-step} --
Section III. Theory of triads {I. Classification of triads --
II. The modulatory meaning of triads --
III. Inversion of triads} --
Section IV. Theory of seventh-chords {I. Nature of the seventh-chord --
(Chapters II-IV)} --
Section V. The so-called dominant ninth-chord and other higher chords {I. The so-called dominant ninth-chord --
II. The remaining ninth-chords and higher chords}] --
PART II. PRACTICAL APPLICATION --
Division I. Theory of the motion and succession of scale-steps [Section I. On the psychology of contents and of step progression {I. Scale-steps and contents --
II. On different kinds of conclusions --
III. Various kinds of step progression --
IV. On form on a larger scale} --
Section II. On the psychology of chromatic alteration {I. Scale-steps and valuation theory --
II. The process of chromatization (tonicalization) --
III. Alteration as a modification of tonicalization --
IV. Relations between chromatic change and diatonic system} --
Section III. Some corollaries of the theory of scale-steps in free composition {I. Anticipation --
II. Suspension --
III. The changing note --
IV. The pedal point}] --
Division II. Theory of the progression of keys [Section I. Theory of modulation {I. Modulation by changing the meaning of a scale-step --
II. Modulation by chromatic change --
III. Modulation by enharmonic change} --
Section II. The theory of modulating and preludizing] --
Appendix to "Harmony" --
Appendix to Introduction --
Works of Heinrich Schenker --
Index of the music examples --
Index.
Other Titles: Neue musikalische Theorien und Phantasien. v. 1. Harmonielehre.
Responsibility: edited and annotated by Oswald Jonas ; Translated by Elisabeth Mann Borgese.

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