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    Piston's exercise from scales fragments

    Hello, my friends

    I've been studying using Piston's Harmony book and I need you to confirm my answers to an exercise.
    I know there are multiple answers to the exercises (hence why probably...
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    Hello again from Portugal

    Some of you might remember me from a few years ago...
    In the meanwhile I lost my job, lived from the unemployment state aid for almost 2 years, got a new job which is nothing compared to what I had...
  3. Thanks for the reply,ttw. One more thing......

    Thanks for the reply,ttw.

    One more thing... your link doesn't work. Please post the name and author. Thanks.
  4. Thanks for the reply, ttw.

    Thanks for the reply, ttw.
  5. Connecting root position triads - close and open positions

    Hello, my friends

    First visit since last year so...Happy New Year too you all!:)

    When connecting root position triads, in four part writing, can I say that when the first triad is in close...
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    The survey is relevant to this forum if you share...

    The survey is relevant to this forum if you share the results. So, please, once it's finished, let us know.

    Thanks
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    Hello Jon. In fact, why not?:) And doing it, the...

    Hello Jon. In fact, why not?:) And doing it, the interval problem is solved.

    I couldn't notice this one.:rolleyes:

    Thanks.
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    V-vi difficulties

    :) That's right!!! I'm having difficulties to resolve a V-vi. The the soprano is given and can't be changed.

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    The errors marked are consecutive octaves. I don't know why but it marks no...
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    Here's another exercise, in A major. This time,...

    Here's another exercise, in A major.
    This time, the only voice given is the soprano.
    I could only find a problem to be solved: too large interval between bass and alto, in chord 4.

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  10. Thread: ii triad

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    Yes, I think so. But aim is to understand why is...

    Yes, I think so. But aim is to understand why is the third to be doubled? Is it because is the tonic of the relative major?
  11. Thread: ii triad

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    In fact I made a mistake... F G A Bb C D E F and...

    In fact I made a mistake... F G A Bb C D E F and its parallel minor is D E F G A Bb C D...this is wrong because it's the relative minor.
    If we try to use the parallel minor F G Ab Bb C Db Eb F, the...
  12. Thread: ii triad

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    ii triad

    In a book called "Harmony: a course of study" by G.W. Chadwick, it is said about the ii chord:

    "The most important of these triads is founded upon the supertonic of the scale, and, being the...
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    Hi, JJ. Thanks for the reply. One...

    Hi, JJ. Thanks for the reply.

    One question...am I allowed to move the LT to any note (avoiding aug and dim, obviously)?

    I'm asking this because I got this info: The leading note at cadences (in...
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    New exercise...this one has a problem,...

    New exercise...this one has a problem, consecutive 5ths in the last two chords, between bass and tenor.

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    The given bass is too high and the soprano (also given) too low and this is causing...
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    I see. Understood! One question... in the case...

    I see. Understood!

    One question... in the case of compromises such as this one, is there any melodic interval more acceptable than others? Just like chords, where we have primary and secondary (on...
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    Well, I think the voicing I did (chords 1 and 2)...

    Well, I think the voicing I did (chords 1 and 2) provides the smoothest voice leading, I think (see bellow):

    B B
    F# G
    D E
    B E

    The alternative would be:

    B B
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    Maybe the exercises you are practicing are...

    Maybe the exercises you are practicing are boring. Find ways to add variety to your routines.
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    Hi JJ I've done so to avoid consecutive...

    Hi JJ



    I've done so to avoid consecutive octaves between bass and tenor (chords 2 and 3). In this case I'm assuming the tenor of chord 3 is a B (if the root was the doubled note) because in the...
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    Another exercise, this time in B minor. Once...

    Another exercise, this time in B minor. Once again, the soprano and bass are fixed and can't be changed.

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    As usual, please give your oppinion about the solutions I've used.

    Thanks
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    Hello, my friends I've done one more...

    Hello, my friends

    I've done one more exercise... this time in G minor. Once again, bass and soprano are given and can't be changed and all chords are triads.

    Please give me your oppinion and...
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    Hello, JJ Bass and soprano are both given and...

    Hello, JJ

    Bass and soprano are both given and all chords are in root position.

    In your solution for the second V: F-C-F-A, I didn't used it because the program checker I'm using treats both V...
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    This question appeared in the movement from vi to...

    This question appeared in the movement from vi to the first V in the previous post.
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    You're right, JJ. After posting I noticed it...

    You're right, JJ. After posting I noticed it would be easier.

    Here it is:

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    Two consecutive dominant chords

    Hello, my friends

    How should I voice the second V chord? The key is Bb.



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    C
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    Another question about omitting notes

    Hello, my friends

    That's great this site is on again.:)

    I see primary chords as "more important" than secondary, i.e., their function is clear and there's no doubts about it while the secondary...
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