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applied attack-groups auxiliary tones axial combination bars bass becomes binomial cadence Chapter chord structures chordal functions chordal tones chromatic group chromatic scale circular permutations composers composition concluded const contrapuntal corresponding Diatonic melodization dissonance distribution durations equal temperament evolved example expressed four tonics fugue geometrical inversions graph harmonic continuity hybrid identical interludes intonation J. S. Bach JOSEPH SCHILLINGER key signature major melodic continuity melodic forms melody modulation monomial motif motion musical notation number of attacks number of terms obtain octave original ostinato passing tones patterns pedal point pitch pitch-ratio pitch-scales pitch-units polynomial position primary axis r r r r ratios resolution resultants rhythmic root-tone S(ll Schillinger System Schillinger's secondary axes sectional scales semitones sequence seventh summation series Symmetric harmonization symmetric progressions synchronized technique thematic theme tonal tonal expansion Total number trajectory transformations trinomial two-part counterpoint units variable variation voices