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altered chords alto appoggiatura augmented sixth authentic cadence Beethoven bridge chord by-tones called changing tone Chapter character Chopin chord progression chords contain chromatic chords composed composition corresponding chords diminished chord diminished fifth diminished intervals diminished seventh dissonant tone dominant doubled effect example Exercise First.—Harmonize First.—Write flat following chord given in Figure gives gression half cadence half step Harmonize the following III+ irregular progression key of G last chord Let the student Lohengrin major mode measure mediant Mendelssohn minor chord minor intervals minor mode minor seventh move musical ninth non-harmonic tones normal progression octave omitted parallel fifths passing tone pedal point played position root Rule scale seventh chords soprano Stainer sub-dominant sub-mediant sub-tonic super-tonic suspended tone suspension tenor third three chords three major chords tonic transition triads upper voices V7 chords written
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Page 57 - ... lower results than the formula between 250° and 360° C. It is very likely that the values of p given by the formula may be too high in this region, but the difference shown does not greatly, if at all, exceed the probable errors of experiment. CHAPTER VIII THE CRITICAL STATE 74. Properties of CO2. It would be beyond the scope of the present work to attempt a review of all the Various speculations current with regard to the critical state, or to construct a system of equations capable of representing...
Page 19 - When any tone other than the root is in the bass, the chord is said to be inverted or in a new position.
Page 19 - It is generally best to double th» root, which for the present will always be in the bass; when a note other than the root is in the bass, the chord is said to be inverted...
Page 3 - When the three upper voices, soprano, alto, and tenor, are within an octave, the harmony is said to be close, or the chords are said to be in close position.