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Welcome to Music Theory For Dummies!
What do you think of when you hear the phrase music theory? Does the image of your elementary school music teacher scowling at you from behind the piano pop into your head? Or perhaps a later image of fellow college students in theory classes determinedly trying to notate theremin whistles? If either of these ideas is anything close your own perception of what music theory is,then hopefully, this book will be a pleasant surprise.
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ーMusic Theory For Dummies by Michael Pilhofer and Holly Day(咄赤尖胎秘壇)―
  撃中初府
  About the Authors
  Dedication
  Authors¨ Acknowledgments
  Contents at a Glance
  Table of Contents
  Introduction
    About This Book
    Whom This Book Is For
    How This Book Is Organized
    Icons Used in This Book
    Where to Go from Here
  Part I: Rhythm: Keeping the Beat
    Chapter 1: What Is Music Theory Anyway?
      How Will Theory Help My Music?
      The Old Lady and the Yardstick
      The Birth of Music and Theory
      The Greeks: First Theorists
      The Keyboard and Music Notation
    Chapter 2: Counting Out Notes
      Meet the Beat
      Notes and Note Values
      Whole Notes
      Half Notes
      Quarter Notes
      Eighth Notes and Beyond
      Dotted and Tied Notes
      Mixing It All Up
    Chapter 3: Giving It a Rest
      Whole Rests
      Half Rests
      Quarter Rests
      Eighth Rests and Beyond
      Dotted Rests
      Mixing It All Up
    Chapter 4: Time Signatures
      Meet the Staff
      Simple Time Signatures
      Compound Time Signatures
      Asymmetrical Time Signatures
    Chapter 5: Naturalizing the Rhythm
      Stress Patterns and Syncopation
      Pick-Up Notes
      Irregular Rhythms: Triplets and Duplets
    Chapter 6: Tempo and Dynamics
      Taking the Tempo of Music
      Dynamics: Loud and Soft
  Part II: Melody: The Part You Hum
    Chapter 7: The Musical Staff
      The Clefs
      Intervals, Half Steps, Whole Steps, and Accidentals
      Finding the Notes on the Piano and Guitar
      Tips on Remembering Notes
    Chapter 8: Instrument Tone and Color
      Tone Color
      Building the Band: a Little Bit About Acoustics
      Harmonics
    Chapter 9: Half Steps, Whole Steps, Sharps, and Flats
      Half Steps
      Whole Steps
  Part III: Harmony: Fleshing It Out
    Chapter 10: Intervals
      Harmonic and Melodic Intervals
      Unisons, Octaves, Fourths, and Fifths
      Building Intervals
      Seconds, Thirds, Sixths, and Sevenths
      Major and Perfect Intervals in the Major Scale
    Chapter 11: Key Signatures and the Circle of Fifths
      Pythagoras¨s Circle
      The Circle of Fifths
      Recognizing Major Key Signatures
      Recognizing Minor Key Signatures and Relative Minors
      The Key Signatures
    Chapter 12: The Major and Minor Scales
      Major Scale Patterns
      Major Scales on Piano and Guitar
      Listening to the Major Scales
      Minor Scale Patterns
      Listening to the Minor Scales
    Chapter 13: Building Chords
      Triads
      Seventh Chords
      Looking at All the Triads and Sevenths
      Voicing and Inversion
    Chapter 14: Chord Progressions
      Diatonic Triads
      Sevenths
      Lead Sheets, Fake Books, and Tabs
      Putting It All Together: Chord Progression
      A Quick Word on Modulation
    Chapter 15: Cadence
      Authentic Cadences
      Plagal Cadences
      Deceptive Cadences
      Half-Cadence
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ーMusic Theory For Dummies by Michael Pilhofer and Holly Day(咄赤尖胎秘壇)―


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