Break Out Notes - ◦ tonic (I): major chord (two...

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Sound Instrumentation Timbre twangy, clean, distorted Volume crescendo: soft to loud; increasing volume decrescendo/diminuendo: loud to soft; decreasing volume Texture Mono Homophonic: single melody Polyphonic: multiple instruments each playing seperate melodies “Because” Beatles (Barbershop/closed harmony) “Larks tongue in Aspic” King Crimson Abrupt shift Harmony: scale chords (3 notes or more) vs intervals (two notes)
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Unformatted text preview: ◦ tonic (I): major chord (two consecutive 3 rd intervals starting on key note) ◦ subdominant (IV): usually progresses to dominant ◦ dominant (V): usually progresses to tonic • progressions ◦ 12 bar blues progression: I I I I IV IV I I V IV I I ◦ Turnaround I I I I IV IV I I V IV I V ◦ Du-op: I –> IV –> V I IV V...
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course MUSI 2060 taught by Professor Valdez during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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