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The classic survey of the field, retooled for a new generation joseeph students. Features Contents The definitive introduction to post-tonal theory Introduction to Post-Tonal Theory is written by a prominent scholar of post-tonal music and offers the most up-to-date coverage of the dynamic field.
Basic Concepts of Pitch and Interval Chapter 2.
Pitch-Class Sets Chapter 3. Some Additional Properties and Relationships Chapter 4.
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Motive, Voice Leading, and Harmony Chapter 5. Centricity and Referential Pitch Collections Chapter 6. Basic Concepts of Twelve-Tone Music.