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Keyboard Theory Bk 5-6

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Clarke Library
Publisher Summy-Birchard Inc.
Catalog # 0119

Price: $9.95

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Keyboard Theory Bk 5-6 Composed by Clarke Library. For Piano. Published by Summy-Birchard Inc.. (Catalog # 0119)

This series offers an imaginative approach to theory designed to help students learn the fundamentals of music and traditional harmonic practice quickly, ea sily, musically. A carefully planned program of keyboard activities develops t he ability to: Acquire facility in all major and minor keys through perceiving their black-and-white-key layout * Accompany melodies in various styles * Lea rn good voice-leading techniques while reconstructing music of the masters * M ake discriminating choices of harmonies in a widening spectrum from tonic and dominant to 7th chords on any scale degree * Modulate as a natural shifting of key center rather than according to artificial formulas * Improve reading ski ll through experience with all major and minor keys, meters, and rhythm patter ns, and by playing f
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