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according accordingly analysis bass broken chord cadence chord-progressions chord-successions chord-tone chordal chords of group chromatic scale combination tones comma complete composer composition consisting construction contains degree-progression directly produced dominant effect elements equal temperament example feeling fifth fourth fundamental tone given tone guide-tone harmonic connection harmonic fluctuation harmonic intervals harmonic progressions harmonic tension harmonic value important instruments interval-values inversion keyboard instruments leading-tone less listener lower tone major and minor major seventh major sixth measure melodic minor second minor seventh minor third musician natural neighboring tone non-chord tones occur octave overtone series passing tones polyphony position possible reckoning relationship resolution rhythm rhythmic root-progression root-succession rules seventh overtone significance simple simplest sound step step-progression strong structure sub-group subordinate succession suspension theory of harmony tion tonal center tonal material tonal relations tonic triad tritone chords two-voice framework upper tone vibrations writing