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Understanding Basic Music Theory

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Understanding Basic Music Theory
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Publisher: OpenStax
ISBN/ASIN: B005LXUDBW
Number of pages: 215

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An expanded version of 'Introduction to Music Theory', this course includes a review of common notation and an introduction to the physics behind music theory, as well as the basic concepts of music theory and a few slightly advanced but very useful topics, such as transposition.

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