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Materials and Techniques of Twentieth-Century Music / Edition 3
The more you know about modern music theory, the better off you will be because you will just have more methods for analyzing the piece so I would say read some books about 20th century music theory and atonal music, and then study the score with those ideas in mind. Phil loves classical liked this post. Good books for reference or inspiration. Nate Miller liked this post. Originally Posted by Manok. I read books from Scribd and downloaded lots.
I'm a vulgar man. But I assure you, my music is not. Originally Posted by BabyGiraffe. Ulehla's book is 40 usd..
Here is list of music theory journals, many of them have free articles. Wikipedia is also great. You don't have to buy expensive books at all, many of these books are just introduction to this topic are not that informative - just mentioning certain techniques.
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A google search or wiki search is as good as the question asked. That is my limit of knowledge on the theory side of modern music. Last edited by KenOC; Jan at Surely there is someplace I can learn the terms I need. I just need the questions to ask. Last edited by EdwardBast; Jan at What greater comfort does time afford than the objects of terror re-encountered and their fraudulence exposed in the flash of reason?
What terminology? Just get one good modern orchestration book that covers most of the extended techniques that are so popular in post-tonal theory, learn the basic language that you are lacking from wikipedia and you are OK.
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