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Music Theory Chp 8

Music Theory Chp 8

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Published by: Caleb Nihira on Aug 08, 2012
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Music Theory : Chapter 8
Triads in First Inversion
Triads in First Inversion
Listen and compare these two examples…
Most phrases of tonal music contain at leastone inverted chord
Root position does not equate to poorcomposition, depends on effect
Classical Period used much root position
Bass Arpeggiation
One way to vary a bass line is to arpeggiate(use broken chords)
When analyzing, include all notes of the chordtogether (each note does not indicate a newinversion)

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