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The new edition of Kostka, Payne, & Almen, Tonal Harmony, includes the option for an online component called "Connect," which may be bundled with the textbook or purchased in a separate subscription. From what I can tell, the recorded examples for the text and workbook can now only be accessed through Connect. If this is true, I think is a giant step backwards and a disturbing development. The cost of this venerable textbook should be enough to allow students access to the recordings, in my opinion. I have written to my McGraw-Hill rep, but have not received a reply. Does anyone have a definitive answer? Is it possible still to access the recordings online as it was with the previous edition? I hope I just missed something, and there is a simple explanation. I also apologize if I mischaracterized Connect and how it relates to the book. Any help sorting this out would be appreciated.
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