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I would recommend all the books, Basics, Programmed Course 1 & 2, and excellent bridge to 20th Music and Contrapuntal Techniques. Sadly like most college level text books they are expensive!
I would recommend all the books, Basics, Programmed Course 1 & 2, and excellent bridge to 20th Music and Contrapuntal Techniques. 18 people found this helpful.
Music Manuscript Techniques: Pt. 2 : A Programmed Approach. By (author) Paul O. Harder.
Music manuscript techniques: A programed approach. ISBN 9780205079926 (978-0-205-07992-6) Softcover, Allyn and Bacon, 1984. Find signed collectible books: 'Music manuscript techniques: A programed approach'.
Music manuscript techniques. a programed approach. Musical notation, Programmed instruction. Published 1984 by Allyn and Bacon in Boston.
Dr. Harder held the post of Chairman of Music Theory at Michigan State University before becoming Assistant Vice President and Professor of Music at California State University, Stanislaus. He was a Professor Emeritus at Michigan State University.
Paul O. Harder (1923-1986) received a Master of Music degree in Music Theory from the Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, where he performed as oboist with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. Later, as a fellowship student at the University of Iowa, he received his P. in Music Composition. Dr.
In addition to approximately fifty compositions for a variety of media including orchestra, band, chorus, and chamber groups, Dr. Harder wa. .
No current Talk conversations about this book. Harder (1933-1986) taught theory at Michigan State University from 1945 to 1973 Music Manuscript Techniques: a Programmed Self-Instruction Course in Musical Calligraphy. Harder (1933-1986) taught theory at Michigan State University from 1945 to 1973. He also played oboe in the Richards Quintet (the faculty wind quintet) until 1965 and played in local orchestras and ensembles. One copy of a book prepared for Michigan State University music theory students is included. Return to Table of Contents . Administrative Information. Music Manuscript Techniques: a Programmed Self-Instruction Course in Musical Calligraphy. This copy is signed by Sherburn.