Michael G. Cunningham
Author & Composer

Michael G. Cunningham, author of Form and Articulation in Music
Michael G. Cunningham was born in Warren, Michigan in 1937 and holds music degrees from Wayne State University in Detroit, the University of Michigan, and Indiana University. Composition has been one of his primary lifetime activities, and since 1958 he has concentrated on creating a large music catalog of various types of music for all manner of performance combinations. Since 1973, he has been a professor of theory/composition at the University of Wisconsin — Eau Clare, and during that time has created a number of theory and composition workbooks.

Other books, most are short and pedagogical, dealing with Theory/Composition subjects:

Music History in Layers

Hello to Classical Music (Pre-Music Appreciation)

A Musician's Primer (First semester Theory)

Kaleidatonal Hearing (Three semesters of Ear Training)

The Inner World of Traditional Theory (Second and third semesters) 

Progressive Bach (Chorales without the nonharmonic tones)

Divisional Counterpoint (l8th Century)

Renaissance Counterpoint

Gilded Songs (Berlin to Bacharach)

Jazz Improvisation (for aspiring studio musicians)

Written Music Ideation (Its European Story)

The Romantic Century (Theory exercises)

Technique for Composers

Concert Band Arranging in Six Lessons

85 Art Songs