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Excerpt from The Tonal Scale in Harmony: Modern Chords Explained, With Musical Examples From the Works of C. Debussy, Richard Strauss and Granvill Bantock
To face the problem candidly and fearlessly is to discover in it most fascinating elements, and to justify much that is still under the. Unspoken ban of the theorists. For much still remains over after all the usual exceptions have been catalogued. It is exactly this quantum that affords the advanced theorist the most happy results when treated with the candour he can bring to bear on it. And now our policy deals with this question specifically and in detail. Broadly stated, we go on the assumption that if the effect is musical. The means used must be right; and that if existing theory condemns the means then the theory is wrong and must be te-cast to classify that means, already justified in practice.
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bound: 38 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 9, 2017)
isbn: 1330122607, 978-1330122600,
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