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accented passing note alto voice analyze Andante arpeggio auxiliary note avoided Bach bass beat Beethoven cadence cello changing notes chief melody choral chromatic Clavichord combinations composer composition consecutive fifths contrapuntal counter diatonic dissonant dominant seventh double counterpoint effect example exercises fifths and octaves florid flowing four notes fourth Fugue fundamental position harmony note Haydn imitation inner voices interest interval introduced leading tone leap let the student lower voice major measure melody minor mode minor scale minor sixth modulation motion Mozart octave outer voices outline part-writing passage perfect fifth phrase pianoforte possible practice Prelude progression range related keys repeated notes rhythm Schumann second inversions seldom seventh chord simple six-four chord sixth degree skips Sonata soprano style suspension Symphony syncopation terpoint third three-part tion tonality tonic transposed treated triad two-part writing upper voices varied variety Viola violin vocal writing for strings
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Page 23 - Tie should gradually have these tables at his finger-ends as well as in his head; for they form in themselves alone a fundamental system of diatonic harmony which, if thoroughly mastered, will be of the greatest assistance in all future studies.
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Page 77 - ... found between the sixth and seventh degrees of the harmonic minor scale, should seldom be employed.