Harmony Book for Beginners: A Text Book and Writing Book for the First Year's Work, for Class, Private and Self Instruction, Including Scales, Intervals, Common Chords, the Dominant Seventh Chord and Melody Making

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Theodore Presser Company, 1916 - Harmony - 138 pages
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Page 7 - C, between C and D, D and E, F and G, G...
Page iii - This work aims to present in a plain and practical manner the groundwork of Harmony...
Page iii - Everything needed is in the body of the text, in its proper place.
Page 14 - Let the student now gather the sharps or flats used in constructing each Scale and place them in a group immediately after the...
Page 146 - OREM, PRESTON WARE The art of interweaving melodies; a first method of counterpoint for students of all ages. (162 p.) Philadelphia, Theodore Presser Company, 1937.
Page 9 - Half-Step; from the 4th to the 5th degree, and from the 5th to the 6th, and from the 6th to the 7th are Whole Steps; from the 7th to the 8th degree is a HalfStep.
Page 73 - In the Melodic Minor Scale the 6th and 7th Degrees are raised chromatically, ascending, but remain unaltered, descending.
Page 93 - Interval is to be found between the Sixth and Seventh Degrees of the Harmonic Minor Scale ? 2.
Page iii - Acting upon the principle of doing one thing at a time and doing it...

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