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1.1.1 Dénomination des intervalles
1.1.2 Qualités sonores des intervalles
1.1.3 L’enharmonie
1.1.4 Intervalles complémentaires
1.1.5 Intervalles redoublés
1.2 Exercices
1.3 Entrainez votre oreille
1.4 Travail sur l’instrument
2.1 La gamme pentatonique majeure
2.2 La notion de tonalité
2.3 Petite harmonisation
3.1.2 Sonorité
3.1.3 Renversement
3.1.4 Drops
3.2 Exercices
3.3 Entrainez votre oreille
4.1.2 Sonorité des tettrades
4.1.3 Renversements
4.1.4 Drops
4.2 Exercices
4.3 Entrainez votre oreille
5.1.1 Les degrés de la gamme majeure
5.2.1 Accords issus de la gamme majeure
5.2.2 Cadences
5.2.3 Autres séquences d’accords importante
6.1 Substitution tritonique
6.2.1 Tonicisation par des accords de dominante
6.2.2 Tonicisation grâce à des II-V
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Published by: Maymù Mk on Nov 16, 2010
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