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Unformatted text preview: d) The arrows under the blanks, above, show the chords that are participating in a sequence (the intervening chords chromatically embellish the sequence). What sequence type is this? __________________________________________________ e) Review your memorization of the canons f) Review all singing material from Labs #12-#21 Lab #21, pg. 3 II. Rhythm Read the following exercise and learn it for next week (no pitch); count 1-and-a, etc., throughout. All grace notes should be articulated immediately before the beat (except in m. 26; there, perform as indicated)....
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- Spring '10
- Numerals, Chord, intervening chords, sequence type