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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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ーHarmony and Theory―
  Part III: Variations!Melody and Harmony in the Real World 
    Chapter 18: Modes 
      Mode Construction 
      Application of Modes 
    Chapter 19: Variations in Minor Harmony 
      The Leading Tone and the V7 Chord 
      The Diminished Seventh Chord 
      The Minor/Major Seventh Chord 
      Minor Key Centers 
      Combining Major and Minor Key Centers 
    Chapter 20: Variations in Minor Melody 
      The Harmonic Minor Scale 
      The Melodic Minor Scale 
      The Dorian Mode 
    Chapter 21: Mode InterChange 
      Paralley Major and Minor Keys 
      Modal Interchange 
    Chapter 22: Secondary Dominants 
      Types of Secondary Dominants 
      Variations on Secondary Dominants 
    Chapter 23: Altered Chords 
      Tension and Resolution 
      Building Altered Chords 
      Chromatic Voice Leading 
    Chapter 24: Altered Scales 
      Functioning Altered Dominant Seventh Chords 
      Nonfunctioning Altered Dominant Seventh Chords 
      Summary of Altered Chord Scales 
    Chapter 25: Diminished Seventh Chords 
      The Function of the Diminished Seventh Chord 
    Chapter 26: Symmetrical Scales 
      The Chromatic Scale 
      The Whole Tone Scale 
      The Diminished Scale 
      Symmetrical Scale Summary 
    Chapter 27: Diatonic Chord Substitution 
      Chord Families 
      Major Key Diatonic Substitution 
      Minor Key Diatonic Substitution 
      Melodic Substitution 
    Chapter 28: Flat Five Substitution 
      The Tritone 
      Analysis of Flat Five Substitution 
      Secondary Dominant Application 
    29.Modulation 
      Direct Modulation 
      Pivot Chord Modulation 
      Analyzing Pivot Chord Modulation 
    Afterword 
    Appendix I: Chord Symbols 
      General Rules for Naming Chords 
    Appendix II: Solutions to Exercises 
      Chapter 1 
      Chapter 2 
      Chapter 3 
      Chapter 4 
      Chapter 5 
      Chapter 6 
      Chapter 7 
      Chapter 8 
      Chapter 9 
      Chapter 10 
      Chapter 11 
      Chapter 12 
      Chapter 13 
      Chapter 14 
      Chapter 15 
      Chapter 16 
      Chapter 17 
      Chapter 18 
      Chapter 19 
      Chapter 20 
      Chapter 21 
      Chapter 22 
      Chapter 23 
      Chapter 24 
      Chapter 25 
      Chapter 26 
      Chapter 27 
      Chapter 28 
      Chapter 29
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ーHarmony and Theory―


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