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Hearing Form by Matthew Santa

Hearing Form

by Matthew Santa

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0415800927, Paperback)

Hearing Form is a textbook and workbook on the subject of musical form. The goals of this book are to teach students to:

identify phrase endings and cadence types in music with or without a score.

identify harmonic sequence types in music with or without a score.

identify modulations in music with or without a score.

identify formal sections in music with or without a score.

identify musical forms with or without a score.

Hearing Form reviews concepts that are covered in freshman and sophomore music theory courses, such as score reading, instrumental transposition, cadences, phrase structure, harmonic sequences, modulation, and chromatic harmonies. It includes an anthology, Audio CDs, and companion website with student and instructor resources.

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