Music in Theory and Practice Volume 210th Edition
Part C: The Renaissance And Baroque Periods
Chp. 18: Late Renaissance Polyphony
Chp. 19: Two-Voice Eighteenth Century Counterpoint
Chp. 20: The Fugue
Part D: Chromatic Harmony
Chp. 21: Borrowed Chords
Chp. 22: Neapolitan 6th Chords
Chp. 23: Augmented 6th Chords
Part E: The Classical Period
Chp. 24: Variation Technique
Chp. 25: Sonata Form
Chp. 26: Rondo Forms
Part F: Extended And Chromatic Harmony
Chp. 27: 9th,11th, and 13th Chords
Chp. 28: Altered Dominants
Chp. 29: Chromatic Mediants
Part G: The Nineteenth And Twentieth Centuries
Chp. 30: The Romantic Period
Chp. 31: The Post-Romantic Style
Chp. 32: Impressionism and Related Styles
Chp. 33: The Early Twentieth Century
Chp. 34: Pitch-Class Set Theory
Chp. 35: Twelve-Tone Technique
Postlude: Music Since 1945
Appendix G Summary of Part-Writing Practices
Appendix H Macro Analysis Symbols
Appendix I Popular Music Chord Symbols
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