A Manual Of Counterpoint

David D. Boyden

Text by David D. Boyden
Instrumentation: Textbook
Item Number: O3757
Number of Pages: 104
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Print Status: In Print


A Manual Of Counterpoint

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Introduction: Harmonic and Melodic Intervals
Chapter I: Melodic writing in general
Chapter II: Melodic intervals used in the 16th century
Chapter III: 1. Scale and mode; 2. Transpositions and keys; 3. Modes used in the 16th century
Chapter IV: 1. Survey of the problems; 2. Specieis in general; 3. Species in particular: First Species
Chapter V: Second Species
Chapter VI: Third Species (Traditional Fourth Species)
"Chapter VII: Fourth Species (Traditional Third Species): particulars, including passing and auxiliary notes"
Chapter VIII: Fifth Species
Chapter IX: Free Writings
Chapter X: Stages of complexity in free writing
Chapter XI: The Motet
Chapter XII: Species in three parts
Chapter XIII: Free writing
Chapter XIV: Introduction to four-part counterpoint
Appendix A: Categories of dissonance
Appendix B: Sixteenth-century vocal forms
Translations and Notes for 16th Century Compositions in Supplement
16th-Century Compositions