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Music Theory for Dummies

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Rhythm: Keeping the Beat
Chapter 1: What Is Music Theory Anyway? 
How Will Theory Help My Music?................................................................10
The Old Lady and the Yardstick...................................................................10
The Birth of Music and Theory ....................................................................11
The Greeks: First Theorists .........................................................................12
The Keyboard and Music Notation..............................................................12


Chapter 2: Counting Out Notes 
Meet the Beat..................................................................................................15
Notes and Note Values...................................................................................16
The big picture......................................................................................16
The way notes look ..............................................................................17
Finding and following the beat ...........................................................20
Whole Notes....................................................................................................20
Half Notes........................................................................................................22
Quarter Notes .................................................................................................22
Eighth Notes and Beyond..............................................................................24
Dotted and Tied Notes...................................................................................25
Dotted notes..........................................................................................26
Tied notes..............................................................................................26
Mixing It All Up ...............................................................................................27

Chapter 3: Giving It a Rest 
Whole Rests ....................................................................................................32
Half Rests ........................................................................................................33
Quarter Rests..................................................................................................34
Eighth Rests and Beyond ..............................................................................35
Dotted Rests ...................................................................................................36
Mixing It All Up ...............................................................................................37


Chapter 4: Time Signatures 
Meet the Staff..................................................................................................41
Treble and bass clefs ...........................................................................42
Time signatures ....................................................................................42
Measures ...............................................................................................43
Simple Time Signatures .................................................................................44
Measures and counting in simple time..............................................45
Practicing counting beats in simple time..........................................48
Compound Time Signatures..........................................................................49
Measures and counting in compound time.......................................50
Practicing counting in compound time .............................................52
Asymmetrical Time Signatures.....................................................................53


Chapter 5: Naturalizing the Rhythm 
Stress Patterns and Syncopation .................................................................57
The general rule of placing stress ......................................................58
Syncopation: skipping the beat ..........................................................58
Pick-Up Notes .................................................................................................60
Irregular Rhythms: Triplets and Duplets ....................................................62
Triplets...................................................................................................62
Duplets...................................................................................................64


Chapter 6: Tempo and Dynamics 
Taking the Tempo of Music...........................................................................65
The metronome: not just for hypnotists anymore...........................66
Tempo notation ....................................................................................67
Speeding up and slowing down: changing the tempo .....................69
Dynamics: Loud and Soft...............................................................................69
Modifying phrases................................................................................70
Other tempo and dynamic markings .................................................71
Piano pedal dynamics..........................................................................72
Dynamic markings for other instruments .........................................73

 

Melody: The Part You Hum 
Chapter 7: The Musical Staff 
The Clefs..........................................................................................................79
The treble clef.......................................................................................80
The bass clef .........................................................................................81
The grand staff and middle C..............................................................81
Alto and tenor clefs..............................................................................82
Intervals, Half Steps, Whole Steps, and Accidentals .................................83
Finding the Notes on the Piano and Guitar.................................................87
Notes on the piano ...............................................................................88
Notes on the Guitar..............................................................................88
Tips on Remembering Notes ........................................................................90
The treble clef.......................................................................................90
The bass clef .........................................................................................91


Chapter 8: Instrument Tone and Color
Tone Color.......................................................................................................94
Attack.....................................................................................................94
Timbre....................................................................................................94
Decay......................................................................................................95
Building the Band: a Little Bit About Acoustics.........................................96
Harmonics.......................................................................................................97


Chapter 9: Half Steps, Whole Steps, Sharps, and Flats 
Half Steps ........................................................................................................99
Whole Steps ..................................................................................................103
Part III: Harmony: Fleshing It Out..............................105


Chapter 10: Intervals 
Harmonic and Melodic Intervals................................................................107
Quantity: counting lines and spaces................................................108
Quality: major, minor, perfect, diminished, and augmented ........110
Unisons, Octaves, Fourths, and Fifths.......................................................112
Perfect unisons ...................................................................................112
Augmented unisons ...........................................................................113
Octaves ................................................................................................113
Fourths.................................................................................................115
Fifths ....................................................................................................116

Building Intervals .........................................................................................118
Determining quantity.........................................................................118
Determining quality ...........................................................................119
Seconds, Thirds, Sixths, and Sevenths......................................................121
Seconds................................................................................................121
Thirds...................................................................................................125
Sixths and Sevenths ...........................................................................127
Major and Perfect Intervals in the Major Scale........................................128


Chapter 11: Key Signatures and the Circle of Fifths 
Pythagoras’s Circle ......................................................................................132
The Circle of Fifths.......................................................................................133
Fat Cats Go Down Alleys Eating Birds .............................................134
Battle Ends And Down Goes Charles’s Father ................................135
Recognizing Major Key Signatures.............................................................136
Recognizing Minor Key Signatures and Relative Minors ........................137
The Key Signatures ......................................................................................138
C major and A minor..........................................................................138
G major and E minor ..........................................................................139
D major and B minor..........................................................................140
A major and F sharp minor ...............................................................141
E major and C sharp minor ...............................................................141
B major/C flat and G sharp/A flat minor..........................................141
F sharp/G flat major and D sharp/E flat minor ...............................143
D flat/C sharp major and B flat/A sharp minor...............................144
A flat major and F minor....................................................................144
E flat major and C minor....................................................................145
B flat major and G minor ...................................................................145
F major and D minor ..........................................................................146


Chapter 12: The Major and Minor Scales 
Major Scale Patterns....................................................................................148
Major Scales on Piano and Guitar..............................................................149
Listening to the Major Scales .....................................................................151
Minor Scale Patterns....................................................................................152
Natural minor scales on piano and guitar.......................................153
Harmonic minor scales on piano and guitar...................................154
Melodic minor scales on piano and guitar......................................156
Listening to the Minor Scales .....................................................................158


Chapter 13: Building Chords 
Triads.............................................................................................................162
Roots, thirds, and fifths .....................................................................162
Building major triads .........................................................................164
Building minor triads .........................................................................165

Building augmented triads ................................................................167
Building diminished triads................................................................169
Seventh Chords ............................................................................................171
Building major sevenths....................................................................172
Minor sevenths ...................................................................................172
Dominant sevenths ............................................................................173
Minor 7 flat 5 chords..........................................................................174
Diminished sevenths..........................................................................175
Minor-major sevenths........................................................................176
Looking at All the Triads and Sevenths.....................................................177
A ...........................................................................................................178
A flat .....................................................................................................178
B ...........................................................................................................178
B flat .....................................................................................................180
C ...........................................................................................................180
C flat .....................................................................................................180
C sharp.................................................................................................182
D ...........................................................................................................182
D flat.....................................................................................................182
E ...........................................................................................................184
E flat .....................................................................................................184
F ...........................................................................................................184
F sharp .................................................................................................186
G ...........................................................................................................186
G flat.....................................................................................................186
Voicing and Inversion ..................................................................................188
Open and closed voicing ...................................................................188
Inverted chords ..................................................................................189


Chapter 14: Chord Progressions 
Diatonic Triads .............................................................................................193
Diatonic chords, chromatic chords, and minor scale modes.......194
Major triad progressions within a key.............................................195
Minor triad progressions within a key.............................................197
Sevenths ........................................................................................................198
Lead Sheets, Fake Books, and Tabs ...........................................................200
Putting It All Together: Chord Progression...............................................201
A Quick Word on Modulation .....................................................................205


Chapter 15: Cadence 
Authentic Cadences.....................................................................................208
Perfect authentic cadence.................................................................209
Imperfect authentic cadence ............................................................210
Plagal Cadences............................................................................................211
Deceptive Cadences.....................................................................................212
Half-Cadence.................................................................................................213

Form: How It’s Shaped 
Chapter 16: The Elements of Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .217
Form versus Genre.......................................................................................217
Rhythm ..........................................................................................................218
Melody...........................................................................................................219
Harmony........................................................................................................222
Musical Phrases ...........................................................................................223
Musical Periods............................................................................................224
Musical Parts and Forms.............................................................................225
One-part form (A)...............................................................................226
Binary form (AB) ................................................................................226
Song form (ABA).................................................................................226
Arch form (ABCBA)............................................................................227


Chapter 17: Classical Forms 
The Sonata ....................................................................................................230
Exposition............................................................................................230
Development.......................................................................................232
Recapitulation.....................................................................................234
The Rondo.....................................................................................................235
The Fugue......................................................................................................236
Symphony .....................................................................................................237
Other Classical Forms .................................................................................238
Concerto..............................................................................................239
Duet......................................................................................................239
Etude ....................................................................................................239
Fantasia................................................................................................239


Chapter 18: Popular Forms 
The Blues.......................................................................................................241
12-bar blues.........................................................................................242
8-bar blues...........................................................................................243
16-bar blues.........................................................................................243
24-bar blues.........................................................................................244
32-bar blues ballads and country.....................................................244
Rock ...............................................................................................................245
Pop: Verse-Chorus........................................................................................246
Jazz.................................................................................................................246


Chapter 19: Six Most Frequently Asked Questions
About Music Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .251
Why Is Music Theory Important? ..............................................................251
If I Can Already Play Some Music Without Knowing
Music Theory, Why Bother Learning It?................................................252
Why Is So Much Music Theory Concerned with the Piano Keyboard? ...252
How Do You Look at a Key Signature and Identify What Key It Is?........253
Will Learning Music Theory Hinder My Ability to Improvise? ..............253
Is There a Quick and Easy Way to Learn to Read Music? .......................253
Treble clef (from bottom to top of staff) .........................................254
Bass clef (from bottom to top of staff) ............................................254


Chapter 20: Ten Cool and Useful Resources 
Dolmetsch Online.........................................................................................255
Comparative Arts: A Cyber-Ed Course ......................................................256
Open Directory Project ...............................................................................256
ClassicalWorks.com .....................................................................................256
Smithsonian Folkways Series......................................................................257
The Rough Guide to Classical Music .........................................................257
The Virgin Directory of World Music.........................................................258
American Mavericks ....................................................................................258
Parallels and Paradoxes: Explorations in Music and Society.................258
The Art of Practicing: A Guide to Making Music from the Heart ...........259
Chapter 21: Nine Music Theorists You Should Know About . . . . . . .261
Pythagoras: 582–507 B.C. ............................................................................261
Boethius: 480–524 A.D. ................................................................................262
Gerbert d’Aurillac/Pope Sylvester II 950–1003.........................................263
Guido D’Arezzo: 990–1040...........................................................................264
Nicola Vicentino: 1511–1576 .......................................................................264
Christiaan Huygens: 1629–1695..................................................................265
Harry Partch, 1901–1974 .............................................................................265
Karlheinz Stockhausen: 1928–present.......................................................266
Robert Moog: 1934–2005 .............................................................................266

 

Appendix A: How to Use the CD..................................269
System Requirements..................................................................................270
Audio CD player..................................................................................270
Computer CD-ROM drive...................................................................270
What’s on the CD..........................................................................................270
Troubleshooting...........................................................................................276

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