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ISBN:
0078025141
Author:
Dorothy Payne,Byron Almen,Stefan Kostka
Category:
Music
Language:
English
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education; 7 edition (June 22, 2012)
Pages:
688 pages
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For over two decades Tonal Harmony has been the leading text for the two-year theory curriculum for music majors. Used at nearly 800 schools, Tonal Harmony has been consistently praised for its practicality and ease of use for student and instructor alike. The straightforward approach is supported by well-chosen examples and thoughtful exercises, and the total presentation is compatible with differing teaching styles and theoretical points of view. In addition, students can purchase a CD of recorded examples for use with the textbook, while audio examples for the workbook are available for download as MP3 files. For instructors, an extensive Instructor's Manual is available and rounds out this comprehensive teaching package.
  • Tejar
I had to use this textbook for my last 2 years of Music Theory class (Theory III and Theory IV). It's definitely a good text as it covers everything I needed to know and had great examples. But it could often be confusing! It seems as if it was written from the perspective of "I'm an expert on Music Theory, look what I know!" instead of a "I'm brand new to all this, please explain it as simply and concisely as possible." perspective. It will definitely teach you what you need to know, but it doesn't have the most clear, easy-to-understand explanations. Thankfully my teacher was great at simplifying the subject enough for our class to grasp the concepts.

So overall, if you have to use this book, you won't be disappointed in what it offers, but if you need the theory presented explained in the simplest, most easy-to-understand way possible, then there are definitely other books and websites that'll help you a lot more.
  • Mr.Bean
This book is roughly 40 times the cost any ebook should be, and it's covered with DRM. I'm legally blind, and this DRM means I can't use my normal screen readers on it and can't convert it to a PDF or other format that's easier for me to use. The publisher is more concerned with protecting its rights than providing a quality experience.
  • Ffel
God, I hope this textbook gets better. I'm on chapter six and am self-studying just for fun and it really obfuscates the topic. When the author(s) go out of their way to muddle an explanation you have to wonder what was their purpose.
  • Alister
Background:

I bought this book because some one suggested it to me as I was entering college (I'm a music major). This isn't the text used in my school-I got it as supplemental/a possible better source. At the moment I couldn't play piano (still not much of a piano player but I get the stuff).

The Not so Good Stuff:

This book is really technical & nit picky about terminology. You'll have an amazing nomenclature if you can get through this-really but I think some functional aspects are missing. In other words, the book does a great job at helping you to identify, label & categorize things but it doesn't do much for providing a way to develop a working functional understanding of the stuff, then again that's what the workbook is for. And finally, to be frank-this isn't an easy book Dx.

Good Stuff:

This book is meant to cover four semesters of theory. It covers A LOT of ground & as a single source for it all it's a price friendly text. Going through this book will definitely set you up for just about any kind of theoretical situation-assuming of course you work with the information & internalize it.
  • Drelalak
This book is a few editions back, but it really doesn't matter that much (it's not like music theory as changed that much in the past few years, got it cos I could also get workbook with two CDs to match that were relevant), why I bought it--to save $. Perfect for me as a private music teacher to prep more advanced theory lessons, WAY easier to deal with than what I had in grad school, the practically unreadable HARMONY by Walter Piston.
  • Jieylau
This text is a must-have for every music major. It's definitely my theory BIBLE, but my only beef about the workbook was that there was no way to check my answers to see if I was doing things correctly...
  • Hi_Jacker
The book is itself intended to be a text. Other reviewers have pointed out errors whichI have not yet found. I am studying theory in school, and although our text is excellent, I find this gives me an even deeper insight into the extraordinary network of harmonic relationships. The writer assumes that the student has both a short memory and is subject to confusion. In a subject less complicated than this, I might feel talked down to. Here, though, I am grateful. He reminds the reader of previously explained material, and there are plenty of cross references. I use it daily.
This is the standard college text book for music theory specifically writing 4 part harmony. It has some basic music theory which applies to all types of music and goes into depth into a specific genre/period which is, as the title suggests, tonal harmony. I haven't finished reading yet but I noticed brief references to a few other forms of music in the back. I also learned in the first few pages why piano players who come from this school of thought have such a hard time charting modern music... most music majors have no choice and will be working through this book, just remember music theory is still being developed today so this 200 year old school of thought is not the last word, just a stepping stone.
I had to use this textbook for my last 2 years of Music Theory class (Theory III and Theory IV). It's definitely a good text as it covers everything I needed to know and had great examples. But it could often be confusing! It seems as if it was written from the perspective of "I'm an expert on Music Theory, look what I know!" instead of a "I'm brand new to all this, please explain it as simply and concisely as possible." perspective. It will definitely teach you what you need to know, but it doesn't have the most clear, easy-to-understand explanations. Thankfully my teacher was great at simplifying the subject enough for our class to grasp the concepts.

So overall, if you have to use this book, you won't be disappointed in what it offers, but if you need the theory presented explained in the simplest, most easy-to-understand way possible, then there are definitely other books and websites that'll help you a lot more.
This book is roughly 40 times the cost any ebook should be, and it's covered with DRM. I'm legally blind, and this DRM means I can't use my normal screen readers on it and can't convert it to a PDF or other format that's easier for me to use. The publisher is more concerned with protecting its rights than providing a quality experience.
God, I hope this textbook gets better. I'm on chapter six and am self-studying just for fun and it really obfuscates the topic. When the author(s) go out of their way to muddle an explanation you have to wonder what was their purpose.
Background:

I bought this book because some one suggested it to me as I was entering college (I'm a music major). This isn't the text used in my school-I got it as supplemental/a possible better source. At the moment I couldn't play piano (still not much of a piano player but I get the stuff).

The Not so Good Stuff:

This book is really technical & nit picky about terminology. You'll have an amazing nomenclature if you can get through this-really but I think some functional aspects are missing. In other words, the book does a great job at helping you to identify, label & categorize things but it doesn't do much for providing a way to develop a working functional understanding of the stuff, then again that's what the workbook is for. And finally, to be frank-this isn't an easy book Dx.

Good Stuff:

This book is meant to cover four semesters of theory. It covers A LOT of ground & as a single source for it all it's a price friendly text. Going through this book will definitely set you up for just about any kind of theoretical situation-assuming of course you work with the information & internalize it.
This book is a few editions back, but it really doesn't matter that much (it's not like music theory as changed that much in the past few years, got it cos I could also get workbook with two CDs to match that were relevant), why I bought it--to save $. Perfect for me as a private music teacher to prep more advanced theory lessons, WAY easier to deal with than what I had in grad school, the practically unreadable HARMONY by Walter Piston.
This text is a must-have for every music major. It's definitely my theory BIBLE, but my only beef about the workbook was that there was no way to check my answers to see if I was doing things correctly...
The book is itself intended to be a text. Other reviewers have pointed out errors whichI have not yet found. I am studying theory in school, and although our text is excellent, I find this gives me an even deeper insight into the extraordinary network of harmonic relationships. The writer assumes that the student has both a short memory and is subject to confusion. In a subject less complicated than this, I might feel talked down to. Here, though, I am grateful. He reminds the reader of previously explained material, and there are plenty of cross references. I use it daily.
This is the standard college text book for music theory specifically writing 4 part harmony. It has some basic music theory which applies to all types of music and goes into depth into a specific genre/period which is, as the title suggests, tonal harmony. I haven't finished reading yet but I noticed brief references to a few other forms of music in the back. I also learned in the first few pages why piano players who come from this school of thought have such a hard time charting modern music... most music majors have no choice and will be working through this book, just remember music theory is still being developed today so this 200 year old school of thought is not the last word, just a stepping stone.