All About Chords - New Revised Edition 2009
|Rating||:||4.54 (807 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
Additional chapters on chord progression through area studies of the pre-dominant, dominant, and tonic spheres of influence: chord derivation, substitution, interchangeability, tendency, harmonic pulse, and function. A step by step approach to the study of triads, seventh chords, and their extensions. 128 pages ISBN: 9780962094156. The original text has sold over 75,000 copies worldwide. A comprehensive approach to understanding contemporary chord structures and progressions through solid drills in suggested study questions, keyboard drills, and ear-training exercises. Chord qualities are also presented for study. Table of contents, examples, drills, assignments, ear training exercises, addendum, suggested study drills, and index
Two CDs included (Over One Hundred and Fourteen Minutes of Lessons, Studies, & Drills); Ear Training: Volume II - Twelve Basic Intervals Sounds to Master - ISBN:0962094137. Four CDs included (Over Two Hundred and Ninety Minutes of Lessons, Studies, & Drills). . The author, Elvo S. Five CDs included (Over Three Hundred and Sixty Minutes of Lessons, Studies, & Drills); Ear
It's a necessity for the thoughtful, serious, and performing musician. -- Ed Kelly: College Instructor, Performer, Recognized Recording Artist, & Jazz Pianist Extraordinaire. All About Chords is a fine book. All About Chords is superb! Definitely, the most comprehensive and well-organized book on this subject. Lawrence Anderson: Educator, Former member of the Department of Music, University of California at Davis.This comprehensive book is everyone's favorite for quickly understanding chord structures, chord progressions
Almost Worthless Philip This is a good book if you already know the material and want to have a nice print-out of what you know. But if you are in the process of learning the material you will have more questions than answers. Looks to me like a community college music teacher's idea of some arcana he can use to impress his students.