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A history of harmonic theory in the United States / David M. Thompson.


Kent, Ohio : Kent State University Press, [1980] .
ISBN 0873382463, 9780873382465

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Subjects Harmonie -- Histoire.
Harmony -- History.
Harmony.
Music theory -- History.
Music theory.
Théorie musicale -- Histoire.
Description 207 pages : music ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1980]
©1980
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 200-202) and index.
Contents Antecedents -- European theories of harmony in the United States in the nineteenth century -- The German theorists: Gottfried Weber, Ernst Friedrich Richter, Immanuel Faisst -- The Victorian theorists: Alfred Day, Rev. Sir F.A. Gore Ouseley, Ebenezer Prout -- Percy Goethschius -- The theory of tone-relations -- Diatonic harmony; theory of harmonic progression -- Altered and mixed chords; modulation nonharmonic tones -- An age of synthesis: 1897-1939 -- American harmony texts, 1897-1905: George Chadwick, Arthur Foote and Walter Spalding, Francis York, Benjamin Cutter -- Followers of Goetschius: Franklin Robinson, Donald Tweedy, George Wedge -- The problem of transient modulation -- An age of observation: 1939-1966 -- Walter Piston and his influence -- Continuation of the Goetschius tradition: Allen McHose -- The influence of Heinrich Schenker: William Mitchell, Allen Forte.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6666812
(OCoLC)ocm06666812
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WorldCat Identities Thompson, David M.
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