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1 7th June 21:52
philippe kirsch
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Yepp, it's me again...

I received the the book i ordered on Amazon about music theory and it's
called:

"Harmonielehre und Songwriting (Professional Music, Musikarbeitsbuch)"
by Fritsch/Kellert/Lonardi

The translation of it would be something like:
"Harmonics and Songwriting, making professional music and workbook"

I'm getting into it, although i have to admit, it is a bit tough for me,
as it's about 15 years ago that i attended music school... But i like
it, i hope it will give me a bit of a more formalistic and mathematical
approach to "building" songs.

Does anybody know if there are any exercices which could allow me to get
some brain training (including solutions)?

THanks,

Philippe
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2 7th June 21:53
neil.n
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You're doing it.... Independent academic study is the best brain training
there is....

Solutions? Sorry, I'm much better at questions.

NeilN
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"And if you play too high or fast all the other musicians shall say "Wow"
Tony Levin
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3 9th June 17:31
robert schulze lutum
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"Philippe Kirsch" <philippe.kirsch@iee.lu> schrieb


Write songs in the style of .........(whatever).
Stick to the structure and use similar harmonies.

Solutions for what?

Robert
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4 10th June 15:33
philippe kirsch
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Solutions for the exercices
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