The Language of Music


The Language of Music (2012) is a contemporary music theory book written by Tom Brooks and published by Hal Leonard Publishing. The book explains principles used in modern music starting at a foundational level (Basic Building Blocks of Music) and progressing to topics such as Chord Building, Transposition, Cadences, Modes, and Chord Substitution. The book also demonstrates concepts using well known pop/rock song examples. It is used as a textbook by college level music theory programs. The book also includes a quick start guide, a chord library appendix, and a DVD with 38 video tutorials by the author.
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date of publication: 2012
main subject: music

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