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But you barely have to have worked at a section and remarked the clear, declarative sentences in which Straus excels and which he uses joeeph such amazing effect to realize that, even for a non-specialist, the theory of the book is not only one that’s well within your grasp, however dense it is necessarily to embrace the majority of post tonal techniques and historical developments; but it’s a theory whose very intricacies — thanks to the judicious use of musical examples and references to composers’ origination and adoption of which — you’ll welcome.
Introduction to post-tonal theory Joseph Nathan Straus Snippet view – Matthew rated it it was amazing Jun 15, The text employs a rich variety of pedagogical features to engage students and explain complex ideas with concision and clarity.
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Be the first to ask a question about Introduction to Post-Tonal Theory. Introduction to Post-Tonal Theory is written by a prominent scholar of post-tonal music and offers the most up-to-date coverage of the dynamic field. These are the three chief advantages of Introduction to Post-Tonal Theorythen. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Introduction to Post-Tonal Theory, 2nd Edition. A “primer” rather than a survey this text offers exceptionally clear, simple explanations of basic theoretical concepts for the post-tonal music of posy twentieth century. Chapter-end exercises —Include exercises in theory, analysis, musicianship and ear-training, and composition.
Despite its length, each is dealt with thoroughly and without omitting anything that needs to be known in order to understand the way musicians theorry composed in the many idioms developed since the Second Viennese School.
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NEW – Updated information on the most recent developments in post-tonal theory —Includes expanded or new coverage of the following topics: Jack Bussert rated it it was amazing Apr 26, Julian rated it really liked it Feb 05, Dave Roche rated it it was amazing Mar 18, Transformational networks and graphs; contour theory; composing-out; atonal voice leading and pitch spaces; triadic post-tonality; inversional symmetry and inversional axes; interval cycles; and diatonic, whole-tone, octatonic, and hexatonic collections.
He is a former President of the Society for Music Theory. Jeremy Hunt rated it it was amazing Jul 29, Introduction to Post-Tonal Theory, 3rd Edition.
Takes a direct, hands-on approach to the works, encouraging students to play them, sing them, and experience them in an immediate way. Features Contents The definitive introduction to post-tonal theory Introduction to Post-Tonal Theory is written by a prominent scholar of post-tonal music and offers the most up-to-date coverage of the dynamic field.
Introduction to Post-Tonal Theory is squarely in the latter category. We don’t recognize your username or password. Every chapter offers guided analysis and theory exercises that give students the opportunity to apply the concepts discussed in the text, and an appendix provides answers to selected exercises, giving students instant feedback on their work.