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alto appear augm augmented chord augmented Sixth augmented triad bass progression bass tone belonging cadence changing-notes CHAPTER character chord-connections chromatic alteration clefs composition contrary motion covered Fifths covered octave degree in minor dimin diminished Fifth diminished seventh-chord diminished triad dissonant dominant chord dominant seventh-chord dominant triad doubling downward effect employed entrance exercises explained Fifths and octaves following examples four-part harmony Fourth and Sixth fourth degree further G major given gression harmonic connection harmonic progression inharmonic inner interval inversion leading leading-tone leap major triad meas melodic progression minor scale minor Second minor Seventh modulation musical natural Ninth ninth-chord Note occur open position organ-point parallel Fifths parallel motion part-leading passing-chords passing-notes perfect Fifth perfect Fourth plagal close practical preparation relation resolution root rules second degree secondary seventh-chords semitone seventh degree sixth degree skip soprano subdominant triad suspension tenor third degree thorough-bass tonic triad upward vno7 working-out
Page 4 - A consonant interval is one whose tones are in so pure and satisfactory relation as to require no further special connection with any other intervals as a necessary completion of their...
Page 5 - The dissonances include the major and minor Second, the major and minor Seventh, and all augmented and diminished intervals.