3 edition of Harmony in western music. found in the catalog.
Harmony in western music.
Richard Franko Goldman
Originally published, London: Barrie and Rockliff, 1968.
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This book basically lays out the grammar of Western Classical Music. It shows you how you can hear and read the language of harmony from early tonal developments to chromatic departures in Wagner.
Some thing in this book for every one. Dont give up. You will find more and more in this book as your knowledge and skills by: This book is good for those who have some base in functional harmony and who want to understand the theory used in the construction of music in the first half of the 20th century.
I don't think this book is intended as an introductory book on harmony at all. The author is clear and to the point. The book is well written and inspiring. The Paperback of the Harmony in Western Music by Richard Franko Goldman at Barnes & Noble.
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Designed for a two-year undergraduate music theory course sequence in diatonic and chromatic harmony, this text approaches the subject through melody, which is the unifying thread running through tonal organization and a familiar reference point for students of music.3/5.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Goldman, Richard Franko, Harmony in Western Music. New York, W.W. Norton  (OCoLC).