#1
I figured since most of my post are related to harmonic analysis, I figured I should probably just try to find a book on it. I looked around on the internet and could not find anything though. So does anyone know of any good books on this subject?
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http://www.amazon.com/Tonal-Harmony-Stefan-Kostka/dp/0073401358/ref=dp_ob_title_bk

That's the textbook we use for AP Music Theory. I just started the class so we haven't really gotten into it yet, but I know for a fact it talks a lot about harmonic analysis. That's one of the main points of the entire class. If you want to, PM me and I may be able to scan a couple pages to show you what it might have in it. Actually, I'll go look at it now and tell you what I see.


EDIT: Nevermind. The book is expensive (yet VERY GOOD), however if you only want to learn about analyzing pieces, then it isn't worth buying. It does talk about plenty of analysis, but also deals with plenty of sight singing, all theory, sight reading, and other stuff you may not want. It is a phenomenal music theory book, but it seems like you're looking for something that will teach you specifically how to approach a piece of music from a theoretical stand point. Maybe if you could borrow a copy from a student in that class.

Or find a torrent for it, however that is illegal as far as I know, so I am not condoning such behavior)
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