by Mark Andrew Cook
Publisher: lardbucket.org 2012
Number of pages: 222
This text is primarily designed to serve as a textbook for a college-level music theory fundamentals course. However, it also has the flexibility to serve equally well for a typical core curriculum college-level Music Theory I or Harmony I course.
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