A very useful and clever book, written by a very well trained and experienced musician.

Content: 1) Scales and intervals, 2) Triads, 3) Harmonic progression, 4) Tonality and modality, 5) Harmonic rhythm, 6) The harmonic structure of the phrase, 7) Harmonization of a given part, 8) Modulation, 9) Chords of the sixth – the figured bass, 10) Nonharmonic tones, 11) The six-four chord, 12) Cadences, 13) The dominant seventh chord, 14) Secondary dominants, 15) Irregular resolutions, 16) The diminished seventh chord, 17) The incomplete major ninth, 18) The complete dominant ninth, 19) The sequence, 20) Nondominant harmony – seventh chords, 21) Ninth, eleventh and thirteenth chords, 22) The raised supertonic and submendiant, 23) The neapolitan sixth, 24) Augumented sixth chords, 25) Other chromatic chords

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