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ーHarmony and Theory―
  The chart on the facing page tells a complete story: but it's a story written in a special language: the language of music, it contains information that allows any two musicians anywhere on this planet, speaking entirely different languages with their tongues, to play the same piece of music on their instrument, To musicians who know the language, charts like this are the beginning point of musical conversation; to those who don't, they are just a lot of meaningless numbers and symbols. If this chart looks more confusing than enlightening, this book is for you.
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  Contents(朕村) 
  Introduction(酒初) 
  Part I: Tools!Notes,Rhythms, and Scales 
    Chapter 1: Pitch 
    Chapter 2: Major Scales and Sharp Keys 
    Chapter 3: Flat Keys and Accidentals 
      Enharmonics and Accidentals 
    Chapter 4: Intervals 
      Interval Quantity 
      Interval Quality 
      How To Name Interval Quality 
      Building Intervals 
    Chapter 5: Triads 
    Chapter 6: Note Values 
      Beats and Meter 
      Divisions of the Beat 
      Triplets 
      Dotted Notes 
      Spacing and Clarity 
    Chapter 7: Time Signatures and Ties 
      Time Signatures 
      Ties 
    Chapter 8: Minor Scales 
      The Natural Minor Scale 
      Relative Minor Keys 
      Parallel Minor Keys 
    Chapter 9: Pentatonic Scales 
      Major Pentatonic Scales 
      Minor Pentatonic Scales 
  Part II: Structures!Chords and Chord Progressions 
    Chapter 10: Harmonizing the Major Scale 
      Numbering Chords 
      Transposition 
    Chapter 11: Harmonizing the Minor Scale 
    Chapter 12: Diatonic Seventh Chords 
      Building Diatonic Seventh Chords 
      Harmonizing the Major Scale in Sevenths 
      Harmonizing the Natural Minor Scale in Sevenths 
    Chapter 13: Key Centers 
      Finding Major Key Centers 
      Identifying Minor Key Centers 
      Finding Key Centers in Triad Progressions 
    Chapter 14: Blues 
      Blues Harmony 
      Blues Melody 
      Blues Rhythm 
    Chapter 15: Chord Inversion 
      Chord Voicings 
      Chord Inversion 
      Inverted Chord Symbols: Slash Chords 
      Identifying Chord Inversions on the Staff 
      Voice Leading 
    Chapter 16: Extended Chords 
      Compound Intervals 
      Extersions 
      Building Extended Chords 
    Chapter 17: Other Chord Types 
      Variations on Triads 
        Slash Chords 
        Poly Chords 
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