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ーThe Complete Idiot's Guide To Music Theory (2005, 2nd Edition) by Michael Miller―咄赤尖胎秘壇峺掴
    Part Three: Tunes
      Chapter Eight: Melodies
        Combining Tones and Rhythms
        Common Melodic Techniques
          Dvorak's New World Symphony
          Bach¨s Minuet in G
          Michael, Row the Boat Ashore
          Pachelbel¨s Canon in D
        Composing Your First Melody
        What Makes a Melody Memorable?
          Center on a Pitch
          Make Sure You End Up at Home
          Stay Within the Scale
          Use the Big Five
          Find the Hook
          Create Variations
          Write in Four!or Eight, or Sixteen
          Make It Move
          Take Small Steps
          Stay in Range
          Avoid Unsingable Intervals
          Keep the Rhythm Simple
          Stay in Time
          Set Up!and Resolve!Tension
          Set Up a Call and Response
          Establish Symmetry
          Balance Repetition and Variety
          Follow the Chord Progressions
          Follow the Form
          Follow the Words
          Write for a Specific Instrument or Voice
          Be Unique
          Learn More About Composing
      Chapter Nine: Chords
        Forming a Chord
        Different Types of Chords
          Major Chords
          Minor Chords
          Diminished Chords
          Augmented Chords
        Chord Extensions
          Sevenths
          Other Extensions
        Altered, Suspended, and Power Chords
          Altered Chords
          Suspended Chords
          Power Chords
        Inverting the Order
        Adding Chords to Your Music
        The Complete Idiot¨s Chord Reference
      Chapter Ten: Chord Progressions
        Chords for Each Note in the Scale
        Creating a Progression
        It¨s All About Getting Home
        One Good Chord Leads to Another
        Ending a Phrase
          Perfect Cadence
          Plagal Cadence
          Imperfect Cadence
          Interrupted Cadence
        Common Chord Progressions
          I-IV
          I-V
          I-IV-V
          I-IV-V-IV
          I-V-vi-IV
          I-ii-IV-V
          I-ii-IV
          I-vi-ii-V
          I-vi-IV-V
          I-vi-ii-V7-ii
          IV-I-IV-V
          ii-V-I
          Circle of Fifths Progression
        Singing the Blues
        Chords and Melodies
          Fitting Chords to a Melody
          Writing a Melody to a Chord Progression
      Chapter Eleven: Phrases and Form
        Parts of a Song
          Introduction
          Verse
          Chorus
          Bridge
          Instrumental Solo
          Ending
        Putting It All Together
        Head Cases
        Classical Music Forms
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ーThe Complete Idiot's Guide To Music Theory (2005, 2nd Edition) by Michael Miller―咄赤尖胎秘壇峺掴


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