Both the above texts deal with traditional form for the most part. The Green is a university text, but used copies are always turning up here or there, as it’s a heavily assigned book that results in a lot of resales. The Rosen book helps to put a lot of Green’s information into context. His book “The Classical Style” is also worth a read.
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