Schenker Harmony

Heinrich Schenker, "Harmony" (repost)  

Posted by TimMa at Feb. 5, 2014
Heinrich Schenker, "Harmony" (repost)

Heinrich Schenker, "Harmony"
Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr | 1968 | ISBN: 0226737330 | English | PDF | 360 pages | 14.6 Mb

Harmony, Heinrich Schenker's first published work, originally appeared in German in 1906 as "New Musical Theories and Phantasies, by an Artist." Its unusual title indicates what was to be the rationale of Schenker's lifework, that artistic problems call for artistic solutions. …

Harmony (Repost)  

Posted by DZ123 at March 11, 2011
Harmony (Repost)

Harmony
Publisher: University of Chicago Press | ISBN: 0226737330 | edition 1954 | PDF | 391 pages | 14,5 mb

Harmony, Heinrich Schenker's first published work, originally appeared in German in 1906 as "New Musical Theories and Phantasies, by an Artist." Its unusual title indicates what was to be the rationale of Schenker's lifework, that artistic problems call for artistic solutions. Schenker's dedication to the formulation of a complete musical theory above the commonplace theoretical discussions was, in essence, his quest for a pattern in nature for music as art. Schenker's theory draws upon a profound understanding of the works of the masters and every proposition is illustrated by a living musical example.

Harmony  

Posted by step778 at Jan. 19, 2010
Harmony

Harmony
Publisher: University of Chicago Press | pages: 391 | 1954 | ISBN: 0226737330 | PDF | 14,5 mb

Harmony, Heinrich Schenker's first published work, originally appeared in German in 1906 as "New Musical Theories and Phantasies, by an Artist." Its unusual title indicates what was to be the rationale of Schenker's lifework, that artistic problems call for artistic solutions. Schenker's dedication to the formulation of a complete musical theory above the commonplace theoretical discussions was, in essence, his quest for a pattern in nature for music as art. Schenker's theory draws upon a profound understanding of the works of the masters and every proposition is illustrated by a living musical example.

Harmony  

Posted by outrageous at April 7, 2009
Harmony

Heinrich Schenker, "Harmony" (4th Edition)
University of Chicago Press | 1968 | ISBN: unknown | 361 pages | PDF | 14 MB

Harmony, which was Schenker's first major theoretical writing, is notable for defining the theoretical agenda that Schenker was to carry out over the subsequent three decades. Schenker makes a careful distinction between the theories of harmony (which for Schenker is concerned with relations among scale-steps) and counterpoint (which deals only with voice leading); he argues that other theorists have confusingly mixed these two concepts. He introduces the principle of repetition, which gives rise to the concept of the motive. Schenker also strongly hints about the ways in which large spans of music can be understood as elaborations of simple structures; this idea is perhaps the most characteristic feature of his mature theory. Finally, he discusses the relationship between music and Nature, which would also be a recurring theme throughout his career.
Michael Schenker's Temple Of Rock - Bridge The Gap (2013) [Official Digital Download 24bit/44,1kHz]

Michael Schenker's Temple Of Rock - Bridge The Gap (2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/44,1 kHz | Time - 46:10 minutes | 592 MB
Official Digital Download - Source: HighResAudio.com | Front cover

'Bridge The Gap' - the first studio album of award winning guitar legend Michael Schenker featuring his new band Temple Of Rock. The band which consists of ex-Scorpions drummer Herman Rarebell and bassist Francis Buchholz, vocalist Doogie White (ex-Rainbow) and Wayne Findlay (guitar, keyboards) marking the first time Schenker, Rarebell and Buchholz appeared on the same album together since the Scorpions’ 1979 Lovedrive.

Heinrich Schenker, John Rothgeb, Jurgen Thym - Counterpoint  

Posted by checkraiser at July 17, 2012
Heinrich Schenker, John Rothgeb, Jurgen Thym - Counterpoint

Heinrich Schenker, John Rothgeb, Jurgen Thym - Counterpoint
Schirmer Books (August 1987) | ISBN: 0028732200 | English | Pages: 652 | PDF | 25.8 MB

Counterpoint (Kontrapunkt in the original German) is the second volume of Heinrich Schenker's New Musical Theories and Fantasies (the first is Harmony and the third is Free Composition). It is divided into two "Books", the first published in 1910, and the second in 1922.

Maurice Lieberman, "Keyboard Harmony and Improvisation", Vol. 1 & 2  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at Nov. 21, 2016
Maurice Lieberman, "Keyboard Harmony and Improvisation", Vol. 1 & 2

Maurice Lieberman, "Keyboard Harmony and Improvisation", Vol. 1 & 2
W.W. Norton | 1957 | ISBN: N/A | English | PDF | 217+217 pages | 150 MB

The study of harmony is universally recognized as one of the basic disciplines in the musical education of the composer, performer, researcher, and music teacher. It should nor be unreasonable to cxpcct that a course of study in harmony, seriously pursued, would enable the student to use the material fluently and practically; yet comparatively few students achieve that end. …

Phil DeGreg, "Jazz Keyboard Harmony"  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at Nov. 21, 2016
Phil DeGreg, "Jazz Keyboard Harmony"

Phil DeGreg, "Jazz Keyboard Harmony"
Aebersold | 1994 | ISBN: 1562240692 | English | PDF | 241 pages | 150.6 MB

Piano Voicing Method for All Musicians by Phil DeGreg. A practical and systematic method that teaches how to practice jazz piano voicings so that they become automatic and intuitive. The method progresses step by step from 2-voice to 7-voice chord structures with fourths and upper-structure triads. …

Bill Dobbins, "A Creative Approach to Jazz Piano Harmony"  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at Nov. 21, 2016
Bill Dobbins, "A Creative Approach to Jazz Piano Harmony"

Bill Dobbins, "A Creative Approach to Jazz Piano Harmony"
Advance Music | 1994 | ISBN: 0206309341 | English | PDF | 130 pages | 13.8 MB

This is definitely not a harmonic system for those who are looking for rules by which to write music. Rather this is an approach to unlocking the limitless harmonic possibilities which are unique to the piano. This approach can be developed in a personal manner through a lifetime without ever exhausting the creative possibilities. …

Barrie Nettles, Richard Graf, "The Chord Scale Theory & Jazz Harmony"  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at Nov. 21, 2016
Barrie Nettles, Richard Graf, "The Chord Scale Theory & Jazz Harmony"

Barrie Nettles, Richard Graf, "The Chord Scale Theory & Jazz Harmony"
Advance Music | 1997 | ISBN: 389221056X | English | PDF | 180 pages | 6.4 MB

Jazz harmony, as taught at the Berklee College of Music, is based on the so-called ""chord scale theory."" This method–-further developed–-is now available as a comprehensive textbook for the first time–-'The Chord Scale Theory & Jazz Harmony' by Barrie Nettles and Richard Graf. Emerged from practice and designed for practical use, it provides theoretical knowledge necessary for improvisation, composing, and arranging.