Harmony - Harmony ● The way chords are constructed and...

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Harmony The way chords are constructed and how they follow each other Chord: three or more tones sounded at once - Chord is simultaneous tones - Melody is a series of individual tones Progression: how chords follow each other Consonance and dissonance Stable, restful chords (consonant) Unstable, tense chords (dissonant) Degree of dissonance-more and less dissonant Resolution: movement away from a dissonance, towards consonance The triad Simples, most basic chord Made up of three notes Tonic: triad built on 1st scale note Most stable, restful chord
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