Harmonic Part-writing

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Silver, Burdett, 1911 - Harmony - 174 pages

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Page 4 - Thus, Tye assumes the strong fifth of both chords in contrast to her son, who moves from the root of the first chord to the third of the second. Tye's melodic movement is...
Page 175 - SILVER, BURDETT & COMPANY BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO ATLANTA DALLAS .ok should b - on or before Mus 322.3.5 Harmonic part-writing.
Page 118 - Each modulation is made by means of a chord common to the two keys...
Page vii - The student should know absolutely just what kind of chord is found on each degree of the various kinds of scales without such extraneous helps.
Page xiii - Chord-numerals are indicated by the Roman numerals I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, which show what degree of the key the chord has as its Root. Inversions are indicated by the letters "a" and "b

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