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Edly's Music Theory For Practical People

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Voicing/Format book
Desc 3rd Edition
Composer Ed Roseman
Publisher Musical Edventures
Catalog # 00312080

Price: $25.00

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Edly's Music Theory For Practical People Composed by Ed Roseman. For book. Published by Musical Edventures. (Catalog # 00312080, UPC: 884088543327)

Unique, conversational, and sometimes humorous, this is a theory book people w ill actually want to read! Presented in a full-color format with illustrations , charts, diagrams, and workbook exercises, Edly's Music Theory for Practical People applies to all instrumentalists and singers, from teens to adults. Topi cs include notation, natural and chromatic alphabets, scales, keys and key sig natures, intervals, chords, ear-training, and much more. This third edition al so features new advanced topics such as voicings, chord extensions and alterat ions, voice leading, reharmonization, melodic harmonization, and harmonic anal ysis. This book transforms the topic that music students love to hate into som ething they can't help but enjoy!

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