Manual of Harmony: A Practical Guide to Its Study Prepared Especially for the Conservatory of Music at Leipzig

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C. Fischer, 1912 - Harmony - 236 pages

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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 3 - Third, occurs only in exceptional cases, in which the perfect Fifth may generally take its place, as the perfect Fourth is substituted for the augmented Third.
Page 5 - The dissonances include the major and minor Second, the major and minor Seventh, and all augmented and diminished intervals.
Page 218 - The Fifth of the tonic triad is the root of the dominant triad; the Fifth of the subdominant triad is the root of the tonic.

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