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Harmony Book for Beginners: A Text Book and Writing Book for the First Year ...
Preston Ware Orem
No preview available - 2016
ascending Augmented Fifth Bass Note beginning Chord followed Chromatically raised Common Chords Consecutive Fifths consisting of Root Contrary Motion descending Diatonic Diminished Fifth Diminished Triad Dominant Chord Dominant Seventh Chord Dominant Tonic example F Major Fifth Octave Fifth Position Figured Bass following Basses following exercises give given Bass Harmonic Minor Scale harmonize the following HARMONY BOOK indicated Leading Note let the student Major Third manner Mediant Melodic Minor Minor Major Minor Second Motive musical sounds Normal Intervals number of Half-Steps Octave Fifth Octave Position Octave Third Fifth Perfect Fifth Perfect Fourth Plagal Cadence Play and sing Position or Inversion Positions and Inversions practice Principles raised chromatically Relative Minor Roman Numerals Root Doubled Root Position Scale of G Second Inversion Seventh Degree sharps or flats student harmonize student write Sub-Dominant Chord Sub-Mediant Submediant Chord Supertonic Tetrachord Third Position three Positions Tone Tonic Chord VII0 Vt Vt Whole Step written
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.