#1
Hey i'm looking for some theory books to add to my collection. Mainly stuff on counterpoint, voice leading, harmony, orchestration, transposition, or just anything that you think is interesting. It can be anything from beginnner theory to advanced theory. Thanks for any suggestions and I look forwards to seeing your responses.
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#3
Guitar Fretboard Workbook by Barrett Tagliarino

It starts out with all the simple things and progresses through to the most difficult. Loaded with activities and interactive things to help you retain it. Definitely go for it. I can't even begin to tell you how much better my writing became when I bought this book.
#5
I guess I should have said this in the beginning but I don't want them to be specefic to guitar.
frog_friend and WGP: UG's Kramer brotherhood

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#6
Composing Music: A New Approach (William Russo)

^ Really teaches you how to make the most of limited resources.
#7
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Guitar Fretboard Workbook by Barrett Tagliarino

It starts out with all the simple things and progresses through to the most difficult. Loaded with activities and interactive things to help you retain it. Definitely go for it. I can't even begin to tell you how much better my writing became when I bought this book.


Book looks good..I'm definitely going to grab one.
#8
Theory for the Contemporary Guitarist by Guy Capuzzo is awesome
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#9
Harmony - Piston
Fundamentals of Musical Composition - Schoenberg
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#10
Yeah I was reading about the schoenburg one earlier and it sounds really interesting.
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