Table of Contents
Unit One: Eighteenth-Century Contrapuntal, Harmonic, and Formal Techniques Chapter 1 Eighteenth-Century Contrapuntal Techniques and Forms: The Invention and Fugue Part One: The Invention Part Two: The Fugue Chapter 2 Eighteenth-Century Classical Style: A Profile Chapter 3 Eighteenth-Century Variation Techniques Part One: Variations in the Baroque Era Part Two: Variations in the Classical Style Chapter 4 The Neapolitan Sixth and Augmented Sixth Chords Part One: The Neapolitan Sixth Chord Part Two: The Augmented Sixth Chords Chapter 5 Mode Mixture and Chromatic-Third Relationships Part One: Mode Mixture Part Two: Chromatic-Third Relationships Chapter 6 Modulation Part One: Recognizing Tonal Changes Part Two: Methods of Modulating Chapter 7 Compund Ternary Form Chapter 8 Sonata Form Part One: Descriptive Sonata Form Part Two: Analysis of Haydn's Piano Sonata, H. XVI:49 ("Gennzinger") Chapter 9 The Rondo Part One: Description of the Rondo Form Part Two: The Five-Part Rondo Part Three: The Seven-Part Rondo Unit Two: Nineteenth-Century Chromatic Practices Chapter 10 Enharmonic Use of Chords Part One: The Enharmonic German Sixth Chord Part Two: The Enharmonic Diminished Seventh Chord Chapter 11 Expanded Tonicization and Harmonic Sequence Part One: Expanded Tonicization Part Two: Harmonic Sequence Chapter 12 Linear Harmonies Part One: Altered Dominants Part Two: Chord Mutation Part Three: The Embellishing Diminished Seventh Chord Part Four: The Dominant Ninth and Dominant Thirteenth Chords Part Five: Prolongued and Simultaneous Nonharmonicism Chapter 13 The Solo Song Unit Three: Twentieth Century Techniques Chapter 14 New Musical Resources at the Turn of the Century Part One: Analysis of Debussy's "Pour le Piano" (Sarabande) Part Two: New Pitch Bases Part Three: Harmonic Structures and Techniques Chapter 15 Early Twentieth-Century Tonal Music Part One: Harmonies Part Two: Tonal Methods Part Three: Rhythmic Methods Part Four: Formal Process Chapter 16 Stravinsky, Bartok, and Messiaen Part One: "Le Sacre du Printemps" (Introduction to Part Two, mm. 1-41) Part Two: "Mikrokosmos, Volume V" ("Boating") Part Three: "Quatuor pour la fin du temps" (I and VI) Chapter 17 Intervallic Organization Part One: Atonality Part Two: Webern: "Funf Satze fur Streichquartett" (III) Chapter 18 Serial Procedures Part One: The Twelve-Tone Method Part Two: Schoenberg: "Suite for Piano, Op. 25" (Trio) Part Three: Other Serial Procedures Chapter 19 Recent Musical Developments Part One: Indeterminacy Part Two: New Industrial Sounds and Textures Part Three: Electronic and Computer Music Part Four: Minimalism Part Five: Consolidation and Integration Appendix 1 Voice Leading Guide Appendix 2 Popular Music and Jazz Appendix 3 Summary of Style Glossary / Index
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