Harmonic function in chromatic music : a renewed dualist theory and an account of its precedents /
In this ground-breaking exploration of late nineteenth-century music and music theory, Daniel Harrison illuminates the structure and idioms of highly chromatic music, long resistant to investigation. Reanimating Hugo Riemann's notion of harmonic function Harrison explores the technical bases of...
|Published:||Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1994.|
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