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accented pulse active tone active triad alto appoggiaturas augmented AURAL PRACTICE bar line bass tone chapter chord of resolution chord-structure chromatic intervals common tone compound metre consequent phrase diatonic diminished fifth dissonant intervals dominant seventh-chord doubled fifth doubled tone employed example exercises fourth degree fundamental position harmonic law harmonic scale harmonic tone illustration inharmonic IV triad key-centre key-tone leading-tone leap measure melodic law melodic scale melodic tones minor mode minor scale minor second minor seventh minor third modulation monic namely occurs octave overtones passing-tone perfect fifth possess primary triads rest tones rest triad root root-tone scale-step second degree second inversion second pulse secondary triads seventh degree simple metre sixth degrees soprano sound structural activity student symbols tenor tonal relationships tone G triad harmonically progressing triad in minor triad of resolution upper tone V I I V7 chord vibration VII triad
Page 75 - M-ft&±n: 1 The strife is o'er, the bat - tie done; The vie - to - ry of life is won; The song of tri - umph has be - gun.
Page 141 - The half-tones here occur between the second and third degrees, and between the fifth and sixth, as will be seen in the above figure.
Page 123 - ... they are so close to each other that there is no room for...
Page 136 - ... the interval of an augmented second between the sixth and seventh degrees of the minor scale.