Table of Contents2019-01-20T20:45:58+00:00

Table of Contents

  • L1: Plainsong (1 part), strong Melodies, From 2 part-PC to 1 part-PC
  • L2: Plainsong (2 parts), Counterpoint, Diatonic Passing Tones
  • L3: Plainsong (4 parts), Counterpoint, Leading Tones, Chromatic Alteration
  • L4: Changing Changes (horizontally), Sketching, Pairs of PC
  • L5: Combining Modes (vertically), Returning Tones
  • L6: Crossing of Parts, Open Harmony-PC, Concept of 1, 4 and 5
  • L7: Triads, different types of Voice-Leading, vertical and horizontal writing
  • L8: Extended Roots, extended Triads, Outside Intervals, Anticipation
  • L9: Matrix of Triads, Extended Mediants
  • L10: Major and Minor 7th Chords (3 parts)
  • L11: Minor Natural 7th Chords (3 parts), Equivalents
  • L12: Dominant 7th Chords (3 parts), Jazz Theory, Equivalents
  • L13: Matrix of Triads with Equivalents, Secondary Dominants and their Substitutions
  • L14: All types of 7th Chords (4 parts), Resolutions
  • L15: 6/4 Basics, Connections between Matrix of Triads and 6/4 Movements
  • L16: Bass Movement I, Walking Bass Line
  • L17: Bass Movement II, Bass Displacement
  • L18: Bass Movement III, Coordination of Horizontal and Vertical Movement
  • L19: 6/4 with Scale Pairs & Reflections
  • L20: Reverse 6/4 movements and how to use them
  • L21: All types of 9th Chords (3 and 4 parts), Octatonic Scale
  • L22: 6/4 in 9th Chords and their resolutions
  • L23: 9th Chords with Pulsation and their M.I.T.A. Application
  • L24: Expansion and Contraction – Introduction
  • L25: Expansion and Contraction using the Matrix of Triads, Motors
  • L26: Expansion and Contraction – Equivalents, Resolution
  • L27: 11th Chords (3 parts), Resolution and their application
  • L28: 11th Chords (4 parts), how to gather material for compositions
  • L29: 13th Chords (3 parts) and their Resolutions, quick methods for Sketching
  • L30: 13th Chords (4 parts) with Resolutions, Piano Jazz Style Sketching, HF
  • L31: Pentatonic Scales, Extended Roots, Line Writing with Penta Scales
  • L32: Pentatonic Chord Structures and their Application
  • L33: Matrix of Intervals I (M0 and M1), Interval writing and the Diatonic System
  • L34: Matrix of Intervals II (M2 to M6), Application and how to use the Matrices
  • L35: The Nature of (TNO) “1” – Part I, from Scales to Polytonality
  • L36: The Nature of (TNO) “1”, – Part II, how to compose with “1”
  • L37: The Nature of (TNO) “1+1”, TCB and how to use “1+1”
  • L38: The Nature of (TNO) “2”, Cadences, Resolutions and Motors
  • L39: The Nature of (TNO) “2+1” and “1+2”, Melodic Use and Polytonality
  • L40: The Nature of (TNO) “2+2”, Resolutions and 3-note-themes
  • L41: Polytonality I – Major and Minor
  • L42: Polytonality II – Bitonality
  • L43: The Nature of (TNO) “3” – The Connector Interval
  • L44: The Nature of (TNO) “3+1” and “1+3” – Faux Scales and Pivot Points
  • L45: The Nature of (TNO) “3+2” and “2+3” – Diatonic Use and Polytonal Use
  • L46: The Nature of (TNO) “3+3” – Connector, Bitonalty and Matrix Roots
  • L47: The Nature of (TNO) “4” – Portal Interval, Transitions and Pulses
  • L48: The Nature of (TNO) “4+1” and “1+4” – Organized Dissonance, stable vs. unstable
  • L49: The Nature of (TNO) “4+2” and “2+4” – Polytonality, Pentatonic Dominant
  • L50: The Nature of (TNO) “4+3” and “3+4” – Stacking/Hacking, Component-PC

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