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Contemporary Counterpoint : Theory & Application - by Beth Denisch (Paperback)
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(Berklee Guide). Use counterpoint to make your music more engaging and creative. Counterpoint the relationship between musical voices is among the core principles for writing music, and it has been central to the study of composition for many centuries. Whether you are a composer, arranger, film composer, orchestrator, music director, bandleader, or improvising musician, this book will help hone your craft, gain control, and lead you to new creative possibilities. You will learn "tricks of the trade" from the masters and apply these skills to contemporary styles. Online audio examples illustrate the principles being discussed, and many recommended listening lists point you to additional examples of how these principles have been used in music over the past thousand years.
Number of Pages: 179
Series Title: Music Theory: Counterpoint
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corp
Author: Beth Denisch
Street Date: September 1, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-51-9139
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