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Music in Theory and Practice Volume 2

Music in Theory and Practice Volume 2

Grade Levels: 13
By Bruce Benward and Marilyn Saker
Copyright: 2015
Publication Date: March 24, 2014
MHID: 007749332X
ISBN 13: 9780077493325

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New Features

The ninth edition of Music in Theory and Practice has been revised to eliminate as many awkward page turns and cross-references as possible.

A series of pedagogical “practice” instructions have been added to guide students through their initial efforts at understanding concepts.

Several new full-length compositions have been added to allow students additional opportunity to study complete works rather than isolated sections of a composition.

Recordings posted online for this edition of Music in Theory and Practice are identified throughout the texts and workbooks with the following graphic: ♫.

Recordings accompany each of the textbooks for this edition of Music in Theory and Practice.

New to this edition: All music for the main texts and workbooks is now available on the Music in Theory and Practice Online Learning Center, eliminating the need for CDs and making the music easily accessible online.

Thorough and Comprehensive Coverage: Music in Theory and Practice includes a thorough study of the fundamentals of music and the structural elements of melody, rhythm, and texture. In this way, the authors hope to present a more balanced view of the structure of music, rather than concentrating exclusively on harmony and voice leading.

Historical perspective: Each chapter includes a short section labeled "History" which relates the top at hand to the history of music. A brief overview of music history and its relation to European and American history is included in appendix D.

Integrated teaching and learning package: This textbook is a part of a carefully integrated package. An instructor's manual accompanies each volume. It offers helpful hints in presenting class material and answers to objective text assignments. Two workbook/anthologies for students and solutions manuals for those workbook/anthologies are also available.

Encoded musical examples throughout the text include ample workspace and staff-size adjustments to facilitate student work.

Assignment sections for both volumes of the Music in Theory and Practice textbook provide additional practice materials for students. The course-tested assignments are appropriate for both in-class study and homework.

Wide-ranging musical examples included throughout the two volumes, which features music from the Renaissance to the contemporary period. The text integrates a study of jazz and popular music, which is indigenous to American culture, into the traditional study of European art music.

Macro analysis, which enhances student perception, has been fully integrated into both volumes in this edition.

Two-Volume Format: The two volumes provide a complete basis for the study of music theory. Each spiral-bound volume maintains an outline that ensures conciseness, efficiency, and ease in locating specific topics.

Music in Theory and Practice Volume 2

Preface

Part A: The Renaissance And Baroque Periods

Chp. 1: Late Renaissance Polyphony

Chp. 2: Two-Voice Eighteenth Century Counterpoint

Chp. 3: The Fugue

Part B: Chromatic Harmony

Chp. 4: Borrowed Chords

Chp. 5: Neapolitan 6th Chords

Chp. 6: Augmented 6th Chords

Part C: The Classical Period (1750-1825

Chp. 7: Variation Technique

Chp. 8: Sonata Form

Chp. 9: Rondo Forms

Part D: Extended And Chromatic Harmony

Chp. 10: 9th,11th, and 13th Chords

Chp. 11: Altered Dominants

Chp. 12: Chromatic Mediants

Part E: The Nineteenth And Twentieth Centuries

Chp. 13: The Romantic Period (1825-1900)

Chp. 14: The Post-Romantic Style

Chp. 15: Impressionism and Related Styles

Chp. 16: The Early Twentieth Century

Chp. 17: Pitch-Class Set Theory

Chp. 18: Twelve-Tone Technique

Postlude: Music Since 1945

Appendixes

Glossary

Credits

Index

About the Author

Bruce Benward

Bruce Benward has been widely regarded as one of the most gifted music theory pedagogues since his textbooks first appeared in the 1960s, and has exerted a wide influence on the teaching of music theory both through his writings and through the generation of teachers that he taught. He recently retired from the University of Wisconsin at Madison.

Marilyn Saker