This book presents a practical introduction to music theory at the keyboard, including the study of melody harmonization, accompanimental styles, transposition, modulation and improvisation. The authors take a conceptual approach to the subject based on the classification of basic chord patterns that define tonality, followed by more complex patterns that expand on these basics. Illustrated with numerous examples and practical drills, the book aims to teach students not only specific harmonic patterns, but also how to substitute one chord for another based on its harmonic function. Emphasizing prominent chord patterns and progressions, it also includes drills on extended tertian chords and jazz-related chord patterns.
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