Counterpoint Simplified: A Text-book in Simple Strict Counterpoint

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O. Ditson Company, 1907 - Counterpoint - 149 pages
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Page 151 - Percy, Mus. Doc. Lessons in music form: a manual of analysis of all the structural factors and designs employed in musical composition. Boston, Mass., Oliver Ditson Company.
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Page 151 - COUNTERPOINT. Dr. J. Frederick Bridge. This book has freshness and plainness combined with thoroughness, and must commend itself to young students and teachers...
Page 27 - The progression at (c) is not incorrect ; but in the third species of counterpoint two chords in a bar seldom produce a good effect, and are, moreover, hardly ever necessary. 203. As in the first and second species, the first note of the counterpoint, that is, the note sounded together with the subject, must be a concord. The license occasionally permitted in the second species ( 168), of taking a passing note by step against a note of the subject, is not allowed here, because there is not the...
Page v - All he hopes to have done is to have put the old well-known principles of Strict Counterpoint in as convenient and as concise a form as possible.

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