Pitch-notational analysis: a basis for an approach to understanding harmonic thinking in common-practice and post common-practice tonality

Perry, Simon (2013). Pitch-notational analysis: a basis for an approach to understanding harmonic thinking in common-practice and post common-practice tonality. In Denis Collins (Ed.), Music Theory and its Methods: Structures, Challenges, Directions (pp. 239-264) Frankfurt Am Main, Germany: Peter Lang.

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Author Perry, Simon
Title of chapter Pitch-notational analysis: a basis for an approach to understanding harmonic thinking in common-practice and post common-practice tonality
Title of book Music Theory and its Methods: Structures, Challenges, Directions
Place of Publication Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
Publisher Peter Lang
Publication Year 2013
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
Open Access Status
Series Methodology of Music Research: Methodologie der Musikforschung
ISBN 9783631616598
ISSN 1618-842X
Editor Denis Collins
Volume number 7
Chapter number 9
Start page 239
End page 264
Total pages 26
Total chapters 11
Collection year 2014
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
This chapter attempts to develop some basic principles to inform an analytical approach to tonal music based on pitch spelling. Some brief case studies will be included in the discussion along with recommendations for future developments...

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