The Inner World of Traditional Theory by Michael G. Cunningham
  

The Inner World of Traditional Theory

Written by Michael G. Cunningham
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Synopsis

The Inner World of Traditional Theory by Michael G. Cunningham

Intended for first and second year college music courses, graduate students needing a concentrated review, and Private Theory instruction, this is a Music Theory treatise in the form of a workbook. The greater part of traditional theory is formatted into a set of 25 lessons, offering new insight, sequences and overviews. This teaching tool is designed to teach the most information with a maximum overview and minimal effort in the smallest amount of time.

Reviews

...a lot of thought and wisdom to the book... I feel certain I could use the book myself in a class, and so could many people. Teachers ought to be able to supplement as well with other material, so the text should serve its purpose. -- Prof. Leslie Bassett, School of Music/University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan ...a lot of thought and wisdom to the book... I feel certain I could use the book myself in a class, and so could many people. Teachers ought to be able to supplement as well with other material, so the text should serve its purpose. -- Prof. Leslie Bassett, School of Music/University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

About the Author

Michael G. Cunningham is Professor of Theory/Composition at the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
70 pages

Author

Michael G. Cunningham
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Publisher

University Press of America

Publication date

1st December 1989

ISBN

9780819175724


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