Complete Book of Modulations for the Pianist Paperback – May 16 2011
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The book is divided in four sections: a) from every major key to every major key b) every major key to every minor key c) every minor Key to every minor Key d) Every minor Key to every Major Key. Each section has 12 examples for each of the 12 keys.
However, the book lacks any kind of explanation for the student to understand how to approach a modulation or how they work. Just examples. No text at all.
Although a good previous knowledge of harmony and function of chords can provide the reader with the tools for figuring it out, this should be notice when buying it from the net. Another thing that rested points to this book is the fact that many examples are repetitions of other ones just in a different Key. Maybe it could have given different examples of modulating in consideration of the lack of text in the book.
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