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foreword by John W Grubbs
THREE The Early Development of Harmonic Poly
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Arnold Schoenberg attempt Bach Bach's ballade basic bass Beethoven beginning build-up cadence cadential Cantus chorale chords circle of fifths classic climactic climax composers composition considerable contrast course create culmination curve degree descent designed dissonance dramatic dynamic level effect element emotional energy evidence evocative excursion expectation flow forces formulated fugue furthermore Guillaume de Machaut harmonic harmonic rhythm Haydn impression instance intensification intensity inverted arch Jacob Obrecht kind leading-tone listener Machaut major means measures melodic minor mood motet motion move movement narrative notes obviously Ockeghem organization ostinato overtone series passage pattern phrase pitch polyphonic presented question reaction reentry resolved result rhythmic activity rise ritornello romantic scale Schoenberg second theme seems sense of drive sense of logical shape significant strong style subdominant suggest symphony Tempered Clavier tension texture thematic third tion tonality tonic trend triad Victimae paschali laudes virelais voices