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Techniques and Materials of Music From the Common Practice Period Through the Twentieth Century (with eWorkbook Printed Access Card)by Benjamin, Thomas; Horvit, Michael; Nelson, Robert
CENGAGE Delmar Learning
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Designed to serve as a primary text for the first two years of college music theory, TECHNIQUES AND MATERIALS OF MUSIC covers all the basics of composition-including harmony, melody, and musical form. The authors present essential materials of common-practice music and an overview of 20th century techniques. Numerous hands-on exercises promote students' memorization and retention of key concepts. And the text's concise outline format, which has been enhanced for this edition, allows instructors maximum flexibility in choosing which materials, concepts, and techniques to emphasize in their course. An e-Workbook in PDF format provides more than 200 pages of exercises to complement TECHNIQUES AND MATERIALS OF MUSIC, 7th Edition.
Table of Contents
|The Great Staff and Piano Keyboard|
|Major and Minor Scales|
|Meter and Rhythm|
|Triads in Root Position|
|The Tonic Triad in Root Position|
|Connection of Tonic and Dominant Triads in Root Position|
|The Dominant Seventh Chord in Root Position|
|Connection of Tonic and Subdominant Triads in Root Position|
|Connection of Subdominant and Dominant Triads in Root Position|
|Cadences Employing the Tonic, Subdominant, and Dominant Triads in Root Position|
|The Cadential Tonic Six-Four Chord|
|Tonic, Subdominant, and Dominant Triads in First Inversion|
|The Supertonic Triad|
|Inversions of the Dominant Seventh Chord|
|Linear (Embellishing) Six-Four and Other Chords|
|Submediant and Mediant Triads in Root Position and First Inversion|
|The Leading Tone Triad|
|Variant Qualities of Triads|
|The Supertonic Seventh Chord|
|The Leading Tone Seventh Chord|
|Other Diatonic Seventh Chords|
|Secondary (Applied, Borrowed) Dominants|
|Linear (Embellishing) Diminished Seventh Chords|
|The Neapolitan Triad|
|Augmented Sixth Chords|
|Modulation by Other Means|
|Twentieth -Century Materials|
|Twentieth-Century Techniques: General Comments|
|Further Concepts for Analysis|
|Rhythmic and Metric Devices|
|The Diatonic (Church) Modes|
|Exotic (Artificial, Synthetic) Scales|
|Quartal and Secondal Harmony|
|Polyharmony and Polytonality|
|Additional Contemporary Procedures|
|The Harmonic Series|
|Nonharmonic (Nonchord) Tones|
|Relative and Linear Motion|
|Guidelines for Voice Leading in Strict Four-Part Writing|
|Guidelines for Doubling in Strict Four-Part Writing|
|Checklist for Part Writing|
|Chord Functions in Tonal Music|
|Procedure for Harmonizing a Figured Bass|
|Procedure for Harmonizing a Melody|
|Models for Expansion and Elaboration|
|Cadence and Phrase Structure|
|Typical Phrase Variants|
|An Introduction to Tonal Melody|
|An Introduction to Tonal Counterpoint|
|Checklist for Analysis|
|Instrumental Ranges and Transpositions|
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