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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)―
  Part IV: Form: How It¨s Shaped
    Chapter 16: The Elements of Form
      Form versus Genre
      Rhythm
      Melody
      Harmony
      Musical Phrases
      Musical Periods
      Musical Parts and Forms
    Chapter 17: Classical Forms
      The Sonata
      The Rondo
      The Fugue
      Symphony
      Other Classical Forms
    Chapter 18: Popular Forms
      The Blues
      Rock
      Pop: Verse-Chorus
      Jazz
  Part V: The Part of Tens
    Chapter 19: Six Most Frequently Asked Questions About Music Theory
      Why Is Music Theory Important?
      If I Can Already Play Some Music Without Knowing Music Theory, Why Bother Learning It?
      Why Is So Much Music Theory Concerned with the Piano Keyboard?
      How Do You Look at a Key Signature and Identify What Key It Is?
      Will Learning Music Theory Hinder My Ability to Improvise?
      Is There a Quick and Easy Way to Learn to Read Music?
    Chapter 20: Ten Cool and Useful Resources
      Dolmetsch Online
      Comparative Arts: A Cyber-Ed Course
      Open Directory Project
      ClassicalWorks. com
      Smithsonian Folkways Series
      The Rough Guide to Classical Music
      The Virgin Directory of World Music
      American Mavericks
      Parallels and Paradoxes: Explorations in Music and Society
      The Art of Practicing: A Guide to Making Music from the Heart
    Chapter 21: Nine Music Theorists You Should Know About
      Pythagoras: 582C507 B.C.
      Boethius: 480C524 A.D.
      Gerbert d¨Aurillac/Pope Sylvester II 950C1003
      Guido D¨Arezzo: 990C1040
      Nicola Vicentino: 1511C1576
      Christiaan Huygens: 1629C1695
      Harry Partch, 1901C1974
      Karlheinz Stockhausen: 1928Cpresent
      Robert Moog: 1934C2005
  Appendix A: How to Use the CD
    System Requirements
    What¨s on the CD
    Troubleshooting
  Appendix B: Chord Chart
  Appendix C: Glossary
  Index
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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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