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Improvising in Traditional 17th- and 18th-Century Harmonic Style, Volume I – John R. Shannon

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John R. Shannon (b. 1932)
A graduate of Davidson College and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Professor Emeritus from Sweetbriar College.

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Improvisation at the Organ
A comprehensive series of books that teach improvisation at the organ.

This book provides a curriculum in improvisation to parallel a students’ collegiate undergraduate study of music theory and the organ. It requires no previous training in or knowledge of music theory. The book integrates and contains studies in keyboard harmony, figured bass, and improvisation in the musical language of the mature Baroque style. 119 pages.

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