$19.99
Beginning Theory for Adults
The Grown-Up Approach to Music Theory
By Nathaniel Gunod
Item: 00-40269
UPC: 038081448978
ISBN 10: 0739093061
ISBN 13: 9780739093061
PRICE: $19.99
Series: For Adults
Category: Textbook - General
Format: Book & CD
For students of piano or guitar, this fun and friendly step-by-step introduction to music theory is written with the adult learner in mind. It is both a great self-teaching book and a great method for use with an instructor. Beginning Theory for Adults covers scales, intervals, chords, and chord inversions; major and minor diatonic harmony; keys and the circle of 5ths; plus how to read music. In addition, detailed diagrams help simplify the learning process. An ear training CD and answer key is included.
TITLE COMPOSER
The Primary Chords
Diatonic Harmonies of the Major Scale
The Primary Chords
Roman Numerals
Lesson 7: Basics of Chord Function
Lesson 1: Note Values
Lesson 2: Counting Sixteenth Notes and Rests
The Musical Alphabet
Lesson 3: Reading Pitch (Bass)
Lesson 4: The Grand Staff
CHAPTER TWO
Lesson 3: Diatonic Minor Harmony
Lesson 4: Circle of 5ths and Minor Keys
CHAPTER TEN
Lesson 1: Sixteenth Notes and Rests
Keys
Lesson 1: Introducing Intervals
Lesson 1: Octaves and the Chromatic Scale
Lesson 2: Enharmonic Equivalents and the Chromatic Scale
Lesson 3: The Major Scale
Lesson 4: Tetrachords
Notes
Melodic Minor
CHAPTER FIVE
Lesson 1: Eighth Notes and Rests
Lesson 2: Counting Eighth Notes and Rests
Lesson 3: Dotted Half Notes
Lesson 13: Minor, Diminished and Augmented Melodic Intervals
Associative Repertoire
Lesson 14: Minor, Diminished and Augmented Harmonic Intervals
CHAPTER EIGHT
Lesson 1: Dotted Quarter Notes and Rests
The Flat
Answer Key
Whole Steps
Half Steps
Lesson 4: The Musical Alphabet and Whole and Half Steps
Lesson 5: Accidentals
Lesson 2: Dotted Eighth Notes
Lesson 3: The V7 Chord
Lesson 4: Inverting the V7 Chord
Lesson 5: The Behavior of a Dominant 7th Chord
Slurs
Triads in C Major, 2nd Inversion, Close Position
Lesson 10: Double Sharps and Double Flats
Lesson 11: Augmented and Diminished Intervals
Lesson 12: Learning to Identify Minor, Diminished and Augmented Intervals
Key Signatures
Lesson 2: Keys and Key Signatures---Flat Keys
Lesson 3: All of the Sharp and Flat Keys
CHAPTER SEVEN
Lesson 5: Major and Perfect Intervals in Half Steps
Lesson 6: Major and Perfect Intervals Associative Repertoire
Lesson 7: Harmonic Major and Perfect Intervals---Consonance and Dissonance
Lesson 8: The Circle of 5ths
Lesson 9: Minor Intervals
Scale Degrees and Interval Numbers in the Major Scale
Lesson 2: Identifying the Size of an Interval within the Major Scale
Lesson 3: Melodic vs. Harmonic Intervals
Lesson 4: Interval Qualities---Major and Perfect
Lesson 4: Time
Lesson 5: Meter
CHAPTER SIX
Lesson 1: Keys and Key Signatures---Sharp Keys
Introduction
Tonic
Dominant
Subdominant
Lesson 8: The Three Chord Categories
Lesson 2: Major Triads
Lesson 3: Minor Triads
Lesson 4: Diminished Triads
Lesson 5: Augmented Triads
Lesson 6: Diatonic Harmony
Lesson 3: Whole Steps and Half Steps
Lesson 1: Eighth-Note Triplets
CHAPTER THREE
Lesson 1: Ledger Lines
Lesson 2: Close and Far
Lesson 7: The Sounds of Inversions
Analyzing Triads in Inversions and Open Positions
CHAPTER ELEVEN
Lesson 2: Measures and Time Signatures
Lesson 3: Rests (Whole/Half/Quarter)
Lesson 4: Ties and Slurs
Ties
Lesson 3: Interval Inversion
Lesson 4: Close and Open Position Triads
Lesson 5: Triad Inversion---1st Inversion
Lesson 6: Triad Inversion---2nd Inversion
The Sharp
The Natural
Lesson 6: Accidentals and Measures
CHAPTER FOUR
CHAPTER ONE
CHAPTER NINE
Lesson 1: What Is Music?
Pitch
Time
Lesson 2: The Musical Alphabet and Reading Pitch (Treble)
Lesson 1: The Relative Minor
Lesson 2: The Natural, Harmonic and Melodic Minor Scales
Natural Minor
Harmonic Minor