Diether de La Motte, Harmonic Theory
The Harmonic Theory by Diether de la Motte answers to a claim, which has quite often been proposed: that a Harmonic Theory should operate with historically orientated style models rather than abstract schemes, while at the same time it should be an educational book rather than breaking up in a sheer collection of analyses. A book, that should not be missing in any harmony lesson, because it combines sophistication with exercise, farsightedness and unbiasedness in its judgements with love for the harmonic detail and because it embodies a history of harmony and a textbook at the same time.
Author: de la Motte, Diether
first published 1976, 15 h printing 2009
The translation rights are not available for the countries Albany, Canada, Greece, Italy, Japan, Korea, Slovenia, Spain and USA
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