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Complete Theory of Music - Vol. 1

By Jacques Chailley

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Composed by Jacques Chailley (1910-1999). Leduc. Classical, Theory. Softcover. 93 pages. Alphonse Leduc #AL20444. Published by Alphonse Leduc (HL.48181181).

Item Number: HL.48181181

7.75x11.25 inches.

Complete Theory of Music by Jacques Chailley and Henri Challan is a really complete method for beginning musicians. This first volume of a series of two covers the nine first chapters of the method. It features: I. Different elements of music II. Music writing and symbols III. Rhythms IV. Intervals elements V. Intervals VI. Theory of Tonality [1/2] VII. Theory of Tonality [2/2] VIII. Tonality application IX. Additional music symbols. Really focused on theory and including some exercises, this book will be a better fit for mature music beginners. Henri Challan was a French composer and professor at the Paris Conservatoire who won the Grand Prix de Rome and who has wrote many music analysis. Jacques Chailley was a musician and Deputy Director of the Paris Conservatoire.

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