The Resource Tonal harmony, with an introduction to twentieth-century music, Stefan Kostka, Dorothy Payne ; consulting editor in music, Allan W. Schindler

Tonal harmony, with an introduction to twentieth-century music, Stefan Kostka, Dorothy Payne ; consulting editor in music, Allan W. Schindler

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Tonal harmony, with an introduction to twentieth-century music
Title
Tonal harmony, with an introduction to twentieth-century music
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Stefan Kostka, Dorothy Payne ; consulting editor in music, Allan W. Schindler
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eng
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Kostka, Stefan M
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index present
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MT50
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.K85 1989
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  • Payne, Dorothy
  • Schindler, Allan
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  • Harmony
  • Harmonie
  • Harmony
  • Harmonielehre
  • Einführung
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Tonal harmony, with an introduction to twentieth-century music, Stefan Kostka, Dorothy Payne ; consulting editor in music, Allan W. Schindler
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https://archive.org/details/tonalharmonywith00stef
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Contents
  • I. Fundamentals : 1. Element of pitch : The keyboard and octave registers ; Notation on the staff ; The major scale ; The major key signatures ; Minor scales ; Minor key signatures ; Scale degree names ; Intervals ; Perfect, major, and minor intervals ; Augmented and diminished intervals ; Inversion of intervals -- 2. Elements of rhythm : Rhythm ; Durational symbols ; Beat and tempo ; Meter ; Division of the beat ; Simple time signatures ; Compound time signatures ; Time signatures summarized ; More on durational symbols 3. Introduction to triads and seventh chords : Introduction ; Triads ; Seventh chords ; Inversion of chords ; Inversion symbols and figured bass ; Recognizing chords in various textures -- 4. Diatonic chords in major and minor keys : Introduction ; The minor scale ; Diatonic triads in major ; Diatonic triads in minor ; Diatonic seventh chords in major ; Diatonic seventh chords in minor
  • II. Diatonic triads : 5. Principles of voice leading : Introduction ; The melodic line ; Notating chords ; Voicing a single triad ; Parallels ; Root position part writing with repeated roots ; Root position part writing with roots a 5th (4th) apart ; Root position part writing with roots a 3rd (6th) apart ; Root position part writing with roots a 2nd (7th) apart ; Instrumental ranges and transpositions -- 6. Harmonic progression : Introduction ; Sequences and the circle of fifths ; The I and V chords ; The II chord ; The VI chord ; The III chord ; The VII chord ; The IV chord ; Common exceptions ; Differences in the minor mode ; Conclusion -- 7. Triads in first inversion : Introduction ; Bass arpeggiation ; Substituted first inversion triads ; Parallel sixth chords ; Part writing first inversion triads -- 8. Cadences, phrases, and periods : Musical form ; cadences ; Motives and phrases ; Mozart: "An die Freude" ; Period forms -- 9. Triads in second inversion : Introduction ; Bass arpeggiation and the melodic bass ; The cadential six-four ; The passing six-four ; The pedal six-four ; Part writing for second inversion triads -- 10. Non-chord tones 1 : Introduction ; Classification of non-chord tones ; Passing tones ; Neighboring tones ; Suspensions and retardations ; Figured bass symbols ; Embellishing a simple texture -- 11. Non-chord tones 2 : Appoggiaturas ; Escape tones ; The neighbor group ; Anticipations ; The pedal point ; Special problems in the analysis of non-chord tones ; Summary od non-chord tones
  • III. Diatonic seventh chords : 12. The V7 chord : Introduction ; General voice-leading concerns ; The V7 root position ; The V7 in three parts ; Other resolutions of the V7 ; The inverted V7 chord ; The V6/5 chord ; The V4/3 chord ; The V 4/2 chord ; The approach to the 7th -- 13. The II7 and VII7 chords : Introduction ; The II7 chord ; The VII7 chord in major ; The VII7 chord in minor -- 14. Other diatonic seventh chords : The IV7 chord ; The VI7 chord ; The I7 chord ; The III7 chord ; Seventh chords and the circle-of-fifths sequence -- 15. Levels of harmony : English grammar and tonal harmony ; Levels of harmony ; Examples from a chorale ; Conclusion
  • IV. Chromaticism 1 : 16. Secondary functions 1 : Chromaticism and altered chords ; Secondary functions ; Secondary dominant chords ; Spelling secondary dominants ; Recognizing secondary dominants ; Secondary dominants in context -- 17. Secondary functions 2 : Secondary leading-tone chords ; Spelling secondary leading-tone chords ; Recognizing secondary leading-tone chords ; Secondary leading-tone chords in context ; Sequences involving secondary functions ; Deceptive resolutions of secondary functions ; Other secondary functions -- 18. Modulations using diatonic common chords : Modulation and change of key ; Modulation and tonicization ; Key relationships ; Common-chord modulation ; Analyzing common-chord modulation -- 19. Some other modulatory techniques : Altered chords as common chords ; Sequential modulation ; Modulation by common tone ; Monophonic modulation ; Direct modulation -- 20. Binary and ternary forms : Formal terminology ; Binary forms ; Ternary forms ; Rounded binary forms ; Other formal designs
  • V. Chromaticism 2 : 21. Mode mixture : Introduction ; Borrowed chords in minor ; The use of ♭6 in major ; Other borrowed chords in major ; Modulations involving mode mixture -- 22. The Neapolitan chord : Introduction ; Conventional use of the Neapolitan ; Other uses of the Neapolitan -- 23. Augmented sixth chords 1 : The interval of the augmented sixth ; The Italian augmented sixth ; The French augmented sixth ; The German augmented sixth -- 24. Augmented six chords 2 : Introduction ; Other bass positions ; Resolutions to other scale degrees ; Resolutions to other chord members ; Other types of augmented sixth chords -- 25. Enharmonic spellings and enharmonic modulations : Enharmonic spellings ; Enharmonic reinterpretation ; Enharmonic modulations using the major-minor seventh sonority ; Enharmonic modulations using the diminished seventh chord -- 26. Further elements of the harmonic vocabulary : Introduction ; The dominant with a substituted 6th ; The dominant with raised 5th ; Ninth, eleventh, and thirteenth chords ; The common-tone diminished seventh chord ; Simultaneities ; Coloristic chord successions
  • VI. Late romanticism and the twentieth century : 27. tonal harmony in the late nineteenth century : Introduction ; Counterpoint ; Sequence ; Shifting keys ; Treatment of dominant harmony ; Expanded tonality -- 28. An introduction to twentieth-century practices : Introduction ; Impressionism ; Scales ; Chord structure ; Parallelism ; Pandiatonicism ; Set theory ; The twelve-tone technique ; Total serialization ; Rhythm and meter ; Aleatory or chance music ; Texture and expanded instrumental resources ; Electronic music
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xxiii, 632 pages
Isbn
9780394366531
Lccn
88032848
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, music
System control number
  • (OCoLC)18833716
  • (OCoLC)ocm18833716
Label
Tonal harmony, with an introduction to twentieth-century music, Stefan Kostka, Dorothy Payne ; consulting editor in music, Allan W. Schindler
Link
https://archive.org/details/tonalharmonywith00stef
Publication
Note
Includes indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I. Fundamentals : 1. Element of pitch : The keyboard and octave registers ; Notation on the staff ; The major scale ; The major key signatures ; Minor scales ; Minor key signatures ; Scale degree names ; Intervals ; Perfect, major, and minor intervals ; Augmented and diminished intervals ; Inversion of intervals -- 2. Elements of rhythm : Rhythm ; Durational symbols ; Beat and tempo ; Meter ; Division of the beat ; Simple time signatures ; Compound time signatures ; Time signatures summarized ; More on durational symbols 3. Introduction to triads and seventh chords : Introduction ; Triads ; Seventh chords ; Inversion of chords ; Inversion symbols and figured bass ; Recognizing chords in various textures -- 4. Diatonic chords in major and minor keys : Introduction ; The minor scale ; Diatonic triads in major ; Diatonic triads in minor ; Diatonic seventh chords in major ; Diatonic seventh chords in minor
  • II. Diatonic triads : 5. Principles of voice leading : Introduction ; The melodic line ; Notating chords ; Voicing a single triad ; Parallels ; Root position part writing with repeated roots ; Root position part writing with roots a 5th (4th) apart ; Root position part writing with roots a 3rd (6th) apart ; Root position part writing with roots a 2nd (7th) apart ; Instrumental ranges and transpositions -- 6. Harmonic progression : Introduction ; Sequences and the circle of fifths ; The I and V chords ; The II chord ; The VI chord ; The III chord ; The VII chord ; The IV chord ; Common exceptions ; Differences in the minor mode ; Conclusion -- 7. Triads in first inversion : Introduction ; Bass arpeggiation ; Substituted first inversion triads ; Parallel sixth chords ; Part writing first inversion triads -- 8. Cadences, phrases, and periods : Musical form ; cadences ; Motives and phrases ; Mozart: "An die Freude" ; Period forms -- 9. Triads in second inversion : Introduction ; Bass arpeggiation and the melodic bass ; The cadential six-four ; The passing six-four ; The pedal six-four ; Part writing for second inversion triads -- 10. Non-chord tones 1 : Introduction ; Classification of non-chord tones ; Passing tones ; Neighboring tones ; Suspensions and retardations ; Figured bass symbols ; Embellishing a simple texture -- 11. Non-chord tones 2 : Appoggiaturas ; Escape tones ; The neighbor group ; Anticipations ; The pedal point ; Special problems in the analysis of non-chord tones ; Summary od non-chord tones
  • III. Diatonic seventh chords : 12. The V7 chord : Introduction ; General voice-leading concerns ; The V7 root position ; The V7 in three parts ; Other resolutions of the V7 ; The inverted V7 chord ; The V6/5 chord ; The V4/3 chord ; The V 4/2 chord ; The approach to the 7th -- 13. The II7 and VII7 chords : Introduction ; The II7 chord ; The VII7 chord in major ; The VII7 chord in minor -- 14. Other diatonic seventh chords : The IV7 chord ; The VI7 chord ; The I7 chord ; The III7 chord ; Seventh chords and the circle-of-fifths sequence -- 15. Levels of harmony : English grammar and tonal harmony ; Levels of harmony ; Examples from a chorale ; Conclusion
  • IV. Chromaticism 1 : 16. Secondary functions 1 : Chromaticism and altered chords ; Secondary functions ; Secondary dominant chords ; Spelling secondary dominants ; Recognizing secondary dominants ; Secondary dominants in context -- 17. Secondary functions 2 : Secondary leading-tone chords ; Spelling secondary leading-tone chords ; Recognizing secondary leading-tone chords ; Secondary leading-tone chords in context ; Sequences involving secondary functions ; Deceptive resolutions of secondary functions ; Other secondary functions -- 18. Modulations using diatonic common chords : Modulation and change of key ; Modulation and tonicization ; Key relationships ; Common-chord modulation ; Analyzing common-chord modulation -- 19. Some other modulatory techniques : Altered chords as common chords ; Sequential modulation ; Modulation by common tone ; Monophonic modulation ; Direct modulation -- 20. Binary and ternary forms : Formal terminology ; Binary forms ; Ternary forms ; Rounded binary forms ; Other formal designs
  • V. Chromaticism 2 : 21. Mode mixture : Introduction ; Borrowed chords in minor ; The use of ♭6 in major ; Other borrowed chords in major ; Modulations involving mode mixture -- 22. The Neapolitan chord : Introduction ; Conventional use of the Neapolitan ; Other uses of the Neapolitan -- 23. Augmented sixth chords 1 : The interval of the augmented sixth ; The Italian augmented sixth ; The French augmented sixth ; The German augmented sixth -- 24. Augmented six chords 2 : Introduction ; Other bass positions ; Resolutions to other scale degrees ; Resolutions to other chord members ; Other types of augmented sixth chords -- 25. Enharmonic spellings and enharmonic modulations : Enharmonic spellings ; Enharmonic reinterpretation ; Enharmonic modulations using the major-minor seventh sonority ; Enharmonic modulations using the diminished seventh chord -- 26. Further elements of the harmonic vocabulary : Introduction ; The dominant with a substituted 6th ; The dominant with raised 5th ; Ninth, eleventh, and thirteenth chords ; The common-tone diminished seventh chord ; Simultaneities ; Coloristic chord successions
  • VI. Late romanticism and the twentieth century : 27. tonal harmony in the late nineteenth century : Introduction ; Counterpoint ; Sequence ; Shifting keys ; Treatment of dominant harmony ; Expanded tonality -- 28. An introduction to twentieth-century practices : Introduction ; Impressionism ; Scales ; Chord structure ; Parallelism ; Pandiatonicism ; Set theory ; The twelve-tone technique ; Total serialization ; Rhythm and meter ; Aleatory or chance music ; Texture and expanded instrumental resources ; Electronic music
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xxiii, 632 pages
Isbn
9780394366531
Lccn
88032848
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, music
System control number
  • (OCoLC)18833716
  • (OCoLC)ocm18833716

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