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What Makes Music Work makes learning a simple and natural process–even if you’ve never taken a formal music course in music theory. Unlike other books, this one has many step-by-step exercises to help you master the material as you progress. Readers love this book as you can see from the unsolicited testimonials we have received. With this book you will learn to:
- Read, write and play music.
- Identify the basic components of a musical piece
- Understand musical form and structure
- Compose a song
You’ll find answers to questions like these:
- How do musical notes combine in harmony?
- How can I easily read those super high notes on ledger lines?
- What makes some music sounds pleasing, others discordant?
- How do composers expand small musical ideas into full-scale pieces?
What Readers Are Saying…
Chord Progressions, Composition, Harmonization
“It has helped me with theory a great deal. For instance, I now understand how to compose a song using motives, and I value the section on chord progression and harmonization. Thank you ever so much for writing this book.” — Steven Flowers, New York, New York
Deep Music Theory
“Understandable yet deep. This is a great book. When I first saw this book I thought it seemed too basic. It starts out with pitch and moves on to rhythm. These are things I know about, I play piano. But soon, as I was reading the book, I found easy to understand discussions of Mixylodian Modes and I-V-vi-IV-V-I chord progressions. Its lucid explanations of tough concepts make this an easy 5 stars. A great book for beginners to music
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