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ーThe Complete Idiot's Guide To Music Theory (2005, 2nd Edition) by Michael Miller―咄赤尖胎秘壇峺掴
    Part Four: Accompanying
      Chapter Twelve: Transcribing What You Hear
        Training Your Ear
        Listening!Actively
        Developing Superhearing
          Hearing Pitch
          Hearing Intervals
          Hearing Rhythms
          Hearing Melodies
          Hearing Keys
          Hearing Chords and Chord Progressions
        Writing It All Down
      Chapter Thirteen: Accompanying Melodies
        What¨s the Score?
          Working from a Lead Sheet
          Working from a Chord Sheet
          Working from a Melody
          Working from Nothing
        Working the Form
        Playing the Part
          Block Chord Accompaniment
          Rhythmic Accompaniment
          Arpeggiated Accompaniment
          Moving Bass
        One Good Strum Deserves Another
      Chapter Fourteen: Transposing to Other Keys
        Move Your Notes Around
        Why You Need to Transpose
        Four Ways to Transpose
          Step-Wise Transposition
          Degree-Wise Transposition
          Interval-Based Transposition
          Software-Based Transposition
    Part Five: Embellishing
      Chapter Fifteen: Harmony and Counterpoint
        Two Ways to Enhance a Melody
        Living in Harmony
          Voicing and Inversions
          Making Harmony Parts More Melodic
          Voice Leading
        Making a Point!with Counterpoint
          Creating Your First Counterpoint
        What to Avoid
          Avoid Extended Parallel Movement
          Avoid Big Leaps
          Avoid Dissonant Intervals!Unless They Resolve
      Chapter Sixteen: Chord Substitutions and Turnarounds
        Extending a Good Thing
        Altering the Bass
        Two Chords Are Better Than One
        One Good Chord Can Replace Another
          Diatonic Substitution
          Major Chord Substitutions
          Minor Chord Substitutions
          Dominant Seventh Substitutions
          Functional Substitutions
        Turnarounds
      Chapter Seventeen: Special Notation
        Throwing a Curve
          Ties
          Slurs
          Phrases
        The Long and the Short of It
          Tenuto
          Staccato
        When Is a Note More Than a Note?
          Grace Notes
          Turns
          Trills
          Glissandos
          Arpeggiated Chords
        Getting Into the Swing of Things
        Getting the Word
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ーThe Complete Idiot's Guide To Music Theory (2005, 2nd Edition) by Michael Miller―咄赤尖胎秘壇峺掴


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