The Inner World of Traditional Theory by Michael G. Cunningham
  

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.

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...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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