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How to PROPERLY use accidentals in your writing?
Provides an introduction to the basic elements in harmony and musical structure. Covers the basics of rhythm and tempo, an introduction to pitch, intervals and transposition, articulation, ornaments, and reiterations.

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How to PROPERLY use accidentals in your writing?(r/musictheory)

nnngh I see what you’re asking, but it’s really just plain old theory about keys and then we can get a bit more complex.

I write atonal music which uses all 12 tones freely, but I still use the rules of the road to guide my decisions. You shouldn’t ever throw pitches in willy nilly.

Buy these books. They’re produced by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music here in the UK. They are AMAZING and are a complete guide to everything you need to know. Heck, I’m doing music at degree level and I sometimes still find them useful.

1- www.amazon.com/Guide-Music-Theory-Part-Pt/dp/18547…

2 – www.amazon.co.uk/The-Guide-Music-Theory-Part/dp/B0…

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$6.67

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ABIS_BOOK

Book Author

Eric Taylor

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Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music

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