An introductory, undergraduate-level textbook that provides an easy entry point into the challenging field of diatonic set theory, a division of music theory that applies the techniques of discrete mathematics to the properties of diatonic scales. --from publisher descriptionChord. Identification. As shown in Solution 3.6a, only three diatonic triads can be formed a diminished, major, and minor. Thus ... on the notes of the major scale (I , ii, iii, IV, V, vi, viiaquot;) is directly connected to the properties we have been learning in this book. ... variety or structure implies multiplicity (as we discovered in Chapter 2), we will not explore the Roman numerals associated with minor scales here.
|Title||:||Foundations of Diatonic Theory|
|Author||:||Timothy A. Johnson|
|Publisher||:||Scarecrow Press - 2008|