Music for Analysis: Examples from the Common Practice Period and the Twentieth Century / Edition 4

Music for Analysis: Examples from the Common Practice Period and the Twentieth Century / Edition 4

by Thomas Benjamin, Robert Nelson, Michael Horvit
     
 

ISBN-10: 053425506X

ISBN-13: 9780534255060

Pub. Date: 08/01/1995

Publisher: Cengage Learning

In this comprehensive music anthology, readers will find more than 400 musical examples. Designed as a perfect companion for theory text, Music For Analysis is an outstanding resource for supporting independent musical analysis. Presenting music in a great variety of forms, styles, and genres, this book provides a wonderfully broad repertory of music and its composers…  See more details below

Overview

In this comprehensive music anthology, readers will find more than 400 musical examples. Designed as a perfect companion for theory text, Music For Analysis is an outstanding resource for supporting independent musical analysis. Presenting music in a great variety of forms, styles, and genres, this book provides a wonderfully broad repertory of music and its composers form the Baroque period to the present.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780534255060
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
08/01/1995
Series:
Music Series
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
448
Product dimensions:
9.09(w) x 10.96(h) x 0.69(d)

Table of Contents

Pt. IDiatonic materials
1Tonic triad
2Dominant triad in root position
3Dominant seventh and ninth in root position
4Subdominant triad in root position
5Cadential tonic six-four chord
6Tonic, subdominant, and dominant triads in first inversion
7Supertonic triad
8Inversions of the dominant seventh chord
9Linear (embellishing) six-four chords
10Submediant and mediant triads
11Leading tone triad
12Variant qualities of diatonic triads
13Supertonic seventh chord
14Leading tone seventh chord
15Other diatonic seventh chords
16Complete pieces for analysis I
Pt. IIChromatic materials
17Secondary (applied, borrowed) dominants
18Modulation to closely related keys
19Complete pieces for analysis II
20Linear (embellishing) diminished seventh chords
21Neapolitan triad
22Augmented sixth chords, submediant degree as lowest note
23Augmented sixth chords, other scale degrees as lowest note
24Augmented sixth chords, other uses
25Other means of modulation
26Ninth chords
27Extended linear usages
28Complete pieces for analysis III
29Examples of counterpoint
Pt. IIIContemporary materials
30Extended and altered tertian harmony
31Diatonic (church) modes
32Pandiatonicism and additive harmony
33Exotic (artificial, synthetic) scales
34Quartal and secundal harmony
35Polyharmony and polytonality
36Free atonality
37Twelve-tone serialism
38Music since 1945
39Complete pieces for analysis IV

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