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Unformatted text preview: Harmony 2 Practice Midterm
1. Provide chord symbols for this progression, including tensions in parentheses. Then analyze with roman numerals, brackets, arrows, parentheses. Roots are in the bass. Try to sing and play (with a friend if necessary). b 4 & b b 4 .. OE b 4 & b b 4 .. ? b b 4 .. b 4 b & bb . oe oe oe oe
bn . w oe . Notes Names OE oe oe oe oe
n oeoe oe oe oeoeoe oeoe b & b b nn ? bb b n
Bar 1, chord 2: Bar 2, chord 1: Bar 3, chord 2: Bar 4, chord 1: Bar 5, chord 2: b# oe ww w w n oe A . OE .. .. .. 2. For the above progression, fill out this chart, with both Letter names and Tension Numbers: Avail. Tensions (#'s) Tensions Used in the Voicing 3. How does the melody function on the first chord, bar 5? On the first chord of bar 7? On the second chord of Bar 1? 3b. What concepts are illustrated in these tunes? Give Me One Reason New York State of Mind My Romance - michael wartofsky 4. Explain: a) Extended Dominant b) Harmonic Rhythm c) 4-part close voice leading d) Available tensions e) Murphy's Law (just kidding) 5. a) Write chord symbols for MY ROMANCE bars 13-16 in the key of A flat. b) Analyze with roman numerals, brackets, arrows. c) Write a guide tone line starting from the third of the first chord. b & b bb
6. a) Write chord symbols for MY ROMANCE bars 13-16 in the key of G. b) Analyze with roman numerals, brackets, arrows. c) Write a guide tone line starting from the seventh of the first chord. & # 7. Analyze. Then voice-lead, 4-part close plus bass line. b & b b bb ? bb b bb F7 B !7 E !7 A !7 D! C !7 D! 8. Based on the progression above, give the available tensions as numbers and as letter names: F7 ( ) Letter names: 9. What concepts are used in these tunes? Bb7 ( ) Letter Names: Anthropology Db ( ) Letter Names: I Got rhythm
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2008 for the course HARM 121 taught by Professor Wartofsky during the Spring '08 term at Berklee.
- Spring '08