Remember (MEMORIZE) diatonic avail. tensions: I maj7 (9,13) II-7 (9,11) III-7 (11) IVmaj7 (9,#11,13) V7 (9,13) VI-7 (9,11) VII-7(b5)(11,b13) And secondary dom7, which as a rule take DIATONIC TENSIONS (within the key signature of the piece-follow the
Four-part close voice leading Michael Wartofsky
1. In my class, forever and evermore, when I say four-part close voice leading, please imagine four trumpets PLUS a bass line. (or four singers plus a bass).
All on treble clef: Trumpet 1 Trumpet 2 Tru
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).