Advanced harmony: theory and practice

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Prentice Hall, Dec 1, 1999 - Music - 488 pages
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Contents

Diminished Triads and Seventh Chords Including Secondary
33
Modulation with Diminished Seventh Chords
69
Binary and Ternary Forms
94
The tworeprise form 98 Tworeprise form rounded Ternary form 103 Ternary form the return
132
Similarities between vocal and instrumental writing 134 Differentiating
147
Diatonic Seventh Chords
171
The major seventh chord 171 Uses of single diatonic seventh chords 172 Diatonic
188
Modal mixture 799 Tonicization and sequence Temporary change of mode Modulation by change
228
Chords of the ninth 292 Ninth chords in which the ninth resolves before a change of root Ninth
314
The Close of the Nineteenth Century
337
Root movement by tritone 344 Evasion of tonic 346 Unconventional root
367
The pentatonic scale 374 The medieval modes 375 Chords and harmonic
383
Summary
397
Melody Rhythm and Harmony
401
Nontonal melodic lines Meter and rhythm 405 Syncopation
414
Suggested writing activities 434 Summary
435

The augmented triad in context Other augmented sonorities Writing mixture chords
241
Writing augmented sixth chords 257 Italian sixth German sixth French sixth Keyboard
265
Modulation and Other Uses
266
Modulation with the German sixth chord 266 The three common Gr6 pivots Other uses
284
Twelvetone systems 440 The Twelvetone row 441 Identifying
472
Subject Index
486
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