For most of its history, music analysis was of practical use to composers, while for musicologists it had a more theoretical function. In the past few decades, however, the two approaches have been very productively merged. Interest in music analysis has also become more widespread: instrumentalists strive to play with greater profundity, and audiences are avid for keys to understanding musical works. These aims are addressed by correlating discussion with links to videos with complete examples of analyses, synchronized with benchmark performances. About 50 methods are represented which can be tried and then applied in combination to achieve more comprehensive, in-depth analysis.