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U.S. Navy Music Course - Harmony

U.S. Navy Music Course - Harmony

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TrainingCircularNo.12-42*TC12-42HEADQUARTERSDEPARTMENTOFTHEARMYWashington,DC,5November1984
HARMONY
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CHAPTER1INTRODUCTION.........................PrinciplesofWriting..........................ScaleDegreeFunction..........................PrimaryandSecondaryTriads................Voices.............................................CHAPTER2MELODYWRITING......................Melody............................................TypesofMotion..................................MelodyGuidelines...............................Form..............................................Rhythm...........................................CHAPTER3VERTICALSTRUCTURES..............Position...........................................1111133338899AdjacentVoiceSpacing........................10LowIntervalLimits..........................10CHAPTER4VOICEMOTION.........................11Voicing...........................................11IndirectMotion..................................11DirectMotion....................................11ObjectionableMotion.........................12
*ThisTCsupersedesDAPam350-42,1April1969.
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CHAPTER5ROOTPOSITIONPRIMARYTRIADS..................................15ConnectingPrimaryTriads................15Doubling.........................................15KeyEstablishment.............................16AnalysisandFiguredBass...................16Cadences........................................18ChordSuccession..............................22CHAPTER6INVERSIONSOFPRIMARYTRIADS.................................23FirstInversion.................................23ChordSuccession..............................24SecondInversion..............................25TypesofSecondInversions...................25CHAPTER7DOMINANTSEVENTHCHORDS.........29TritoneResolution................................29ApproachingtheSeventh......................30FiguredBassandDoubling...................30ChordSuccession..............................33CHAPTER8NON-HARMONICTONES...............35FiguredBass....................................35DiatonicPassingTone.........................36AccentedPassingTone........................36ChromaticPassingTone......................36DoublePassingTone(melodic)...............37ChromaticallyAlteredPassingTone........38UpperAuxiliary..................................38LowerAuxiliary.................................39ChangingTones...............................39Cambiata..............................................41Échappée........................................41Suspension.....................................41Appoggiatura..................................42Anticipation....................................43Pedal.............................................43SimultaneousNon-HarmonicTones...........44ChordalSevenths...............................46Voicing............................................47CHAPTER9SECONDARYTRIADS.....................49ChordProgression...............................49Group......................................49Group2..........................................49Group3..........................................49Group4..........................................49FiguredBass.....................................52LeadingToneTriad............................52CommonFunctionSuccession...............53
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SupersonicTriad................................54SubmediantTriad..............................55MediantTriad...................................58SubtonicTriad..................................59SubtonicScaleDegree..........................60CHAPTER10DIATONICSEVENTH..................61LeadingToneSeventh...........................61SupersonicSeventh.............................62SubdominantSeventh..........................63SubmediantSeventh...........................64MediantSeventh.................................64TonicSeventh.................................66SubtonicSeventh..............................66DiatonicSeventhSequence...................67CHAPTER11EXTENSIONSONDIATONICCHORDS................................69MajorNinth...............................
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....72Eleventh........................................72Thirteenth.......................................73CHAPTER12SIMPLEMODULATION.................75Keys.............................................75PivotChord.....................................76EstablishingKeys.............................77CHAPTER
SECONDARYCHORDS,.................79Analysis.........................................79SecondaryDominants.........................79V/V-V7/V.................................80V7/V-V/v-V7/v..............................80V/i-V7/i..........................................81V/vi-V7/vi-V7/VI...............................82V/ii-V7/ii-V/II-V7/II.......................82V/VII-V7/VII...................................83SecondaryLeadingToneChords.............84CHAPTER14BORROWEDCHORDS.................85BorrowedChords...............................85BorrowedfromMinor..........................85BorrowedfromMajor..........................87CHAPTER15CHROMATICALTERATIONS......................89 RaisedFifth.....................................89LoweredFifth...................................90RaisedRoot.......................................91
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