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Are there any audiobooks on music theory?

I'm thinking something like Tonal Harmony (Book by Dorothy Payne and Stefan Kostka) or The Jazz Theory Book (By Mark Levine).

Yes, I know some are going to say: but you need notation to learn theory.

And I agree with that statement.

But it sure wouldn't hurt to just hear the concepts, the progressions, the list of notes with that chord, an audio example played out, and then work on the physical copy afterwards when I'm not driving - basically anything that will further my knowledge of music when I have no access to my instruments (working, driving, groceries, etc)

I'm doing my best to be in music school without actually being in music school.

Edit

Perhaps if there are no music theory books in audio I could work on ear training?

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