Wednesday, March 04, 2015
Other Stanton's Categories
 
Keyboard Theory Bk 5-6
Add to Wishlist

Keyboard Theory Bk 5-6

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

Price: $9.95

Catalog #0119

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

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

Today's News
  • Spring Session a Smashing Success!

    Spring Session a Smashing Success!

    On Saturday February 28th, Stanton’s Sheet Music hosted our third annual FREE Spring Choral Reading Session for area teachers and college music majors. Our attendees gathered in the James E. Strouse Workshop Hall with our clinicians Jen Sper, Joyce Stonebraker... Read More ›

  • Handbell Music for General Worship Spring 2015

    Handbell Music for General Worship Spring 2015

    by Jennifer Fry, Handbell Specialist Church of God arr. Bill Ingram This strong and dynamic arrangement expertly weaves together the hymn tunes AURELIA and ST. THOMAS, making it a perfect choice for worship services throughout the church year. Reproducible Rings... Read More ›

Visit Jukebox

Stanton's Jukebox is a specialized "wish list" that allows directors to research purchases, arrange concert programs, create personalized URLs, compare scores study and forward playlists to your students.