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Form in Music by Wallace Berry
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Form in Music (1966)

by Wallace Berry

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Designed for those who have a background in basic music theory and music history, this volume approaches the study of musical coherence (logic and development) through the systematic investigation of traditional forms of tonal music and of principles of form, structure, and process.

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Just as a novel, a play, or a ballet is divided into chapters or acts, scenes, episodes, and such smaller elements as paragraphs, lines, and gestures, so the progress of music in time achieves form and intelligibility through small groupings, each making its particular contribution to the development of the whole.
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