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3rd retarded 6th retarded adopt altered ascending avoided becomes called the chord Catel causing chord is known chromatic Commission concords Conservatoire consists consonant contain contrary movement derivative descending diminished fifth diminished seventh diminished third discord dominant seventh Double discord effect Enharmonic example exists extreme sharp figured followed following chord fourth Fundamental bass fundamental note imperfect seventh implies indicates interval introduced inversion consists leading note leap major common chord major mode major sixth mark means mediant melody Method of employing middle minor mode minor seventh minor third modulation ninth octave passage passing notes pedal perfect cadence placed preparation producing a succession progression prolonged prolonged note resolution resolved scale second chord second inversion semitones Simple Harmony six-four sound string gives succession of common superfluous syncopations take place tarding tonic Treatise on Harmony tritone unaccented
Página 1 - Histories make men wise; poets witty; the mathematics subtile; natural philosophy deep; moral grave; logic and rhetoric able to contend. Abeunt studia in mores. Nay, there is no stond or impediment in the wit, but may be wrought out by fit studies: like as diseases of the body may have appropriate exercises.
Página 7 - By inverting the intervals, — that is to say, by transposing the lower to the higher, — the unison becomes an octave, the second becomes a seventh, the third becomes a sixth, the fourth becomes a fifth, the fifth becomes a fourth, the sixth becomes a third, the seventh becomes a second, and the octave becomes a unison : — Ex.3.
Página 14 - This chord is the same as the preceding ; with the exception of the ninth, which is minor. It is an amalgamation of the dominant seventh, and of the t9 diminished seventh.
Página 9 - No. 25. fourth of the string, or from the double octave of the first sound...