#1
What are some good books, or series of books, that will give an in-depth study of Music Theory? Any help is greatly appreciated.
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#2
idont know any but you should check the lessons on this sight
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#3
The Guitar Grimoire books have probably been more helpful to me than anything else I've found. Namely the red one, with scales and modes. The others are great too, but the red Guitar Grimoire is like the Holy Bible of music theory.
Oh, and I think every aspiring musician needs healthy info on harmonizing.
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#4
The Jazz Theory Book by Mark Levine.
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The Guitar Grimoire books have probably been more helpful to me than anything else I've found. Namely the red one, with scales and modes. The others are great too, but the red Guitar Grimoire is like the Holy Bible of music theory.


2nded there great books
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does anyone know when the second part of part 3 (of 'how about harmonizing') is coming out?
#8
Also, MI has a great book on music theory, which closely follows there own Music Theory course. It callled "Harmony and Theory", with the MI Logo on it.