A New Approach to Keyboard Harmony
This practical collection is designed to accommodate the needs of students with widely differing levels of keyboard ability.
Developed over many years of classroom experience by members of the music faculty at Queens College, it offers a substantial body of graded keyboard exercises organized by specific skills. Topics covered include chord progressions, sequences, modulations, realization of both figured and unfigured basses, improvisation, and score reading. There are also special exercises in chromaticism, as well as illustrations of musical procedures from the literature of tonal music. A short keyboard anthology, suitable for piano practice, transposition, and analysis, rounds out this invaluable and versatile resource.
- Spiral Bound
- February 1979
- 7.4 × 9.1 in
/ 192 pages
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