Chapter 4 Harmony

Chapter 4 Harmony - ← ← Texture – Vertical aspect of...

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Chapter 4 Harmony 28/01/2008 12:37:00 Harmony Two or more notes sounded at the same time Used to back up melodies –Accompaniment Consonance      – sounds that are pleasing together Dissonance      – sounds that are clashing or harsh, gives tension to the sound Chord      – three or more note played together simultaniously Triad      – special 3 note chord….special pattern Chord Types Major      – happy, bright Minor      – sad, dark, mellow Chord Progression – pattern or sequence of chords
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Unformatted text preview: ← ← Texture – Vertical aspect of music; layering ← ← Types of texture • 1. Monophonic (simplest texture. .people singing take me out to the ball game together. ..all at once/no support) • 2. Heterophonic (don’t hear a lot) ← ← • 3. Homophonic (clear melody with accompaniment) • 4. Polyphonic (most complex…numerous melodies at once) 28/01/2008 12:37:00 ← 28/01/2008 12:37:00 ←...
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