Music Theory III


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Aldwell, Edward, Carl Schachter and Allen Cadwallader. 2018. Harmony and Voice Leading, 5th ed. Boston: Cengage/Schirmer. {GB}

L. Anderson, D. Krathwohl, and B. Bloom. 2001. A Taxonomy For Learning, Teaching, and Assessing: A Revision Bloom's Taxonomy Of Educational Objectives. London: Longman. {GB}

Burstein, Poundie and Joseph N. Straus. 2020. A Concise Introduction to Tonal Harmony, 2nd ed.. New York: Norton. {GB}

Caplin, William E. 2013. Analyzing Classical Form: An Approach for the Classroom. New York: Oxford University Press. {GB; Companion Website}

Clendinning, Jane Piper and Elizabeth West Marvin. 2016. The Musician's Guide to Theory and Analysis, 3rd ed. New York: Norton, {GB}

Gotham, Mark, et al. 2020. Open Music Theory, Version 2. Available online at: <>.

Holm-Hudson, Kevin. 2016. Music Theory Remixed: A Blended Approach for the Practicing Musician. New York: Oxford University Press. {GB}

Hutchinson, Robert. 2017. Music Theory for the 21st-Century Classroom. Available online at: <>.

Kostka, Stefan and Dorothy Payne. 2008 Tonal Harmony: With An Introduction to Twentieth-Century Music, 6th ed. New York: McGraw Hill. {GB}

Laitz, Steven. G. 2016. The Complete Musician: An Integrated Approach to Tonal Theory, Analysis, and Listening, 4th ed. New York: Oxford. {GB}

Stein, Deborah, ed. 2005. Engaging Music: Essays in Music Analysis. New York: Oxford University Press. {GBd}

Turek, Ralph and Daniel McCarthy. 2019. Theory for Today's Musician, 3rd. ed. New York: Routledge. {GB; Companion Website}

Updated: July 14, 2021

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