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UNCMUSC 131Neal JocelynSpring

MUSC 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pitch Class, Semitone, Bracket

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Musical notes are named with the first seven letter of the alphabet - a, b, c, d, e, f, B: g: b-d-f-a, d: f-a-c-e, a: c-e-g-b, b: d-f-a-c, c: e-g-b-d.
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UNCMUSC 145Juan AlmaoSummer

MUSC 145 Chapter 1-19: Course Outline (Full content for the book!)

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Although not absolutely necessary, learning about the fundamental rules and techniques of jazz can deepen one"s understanding and appreciation of the a
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UNCMUSC 232HarcusSpring

MUSC 232 Chapter Notes - Chapter 28: Da Capo Aria, Ternary Form, A Thousand Plateaus

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UNCMUSC 132PiersonFall

MUSC 132 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Passacaglia, Ostinato, Chaconne

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Sectional variations have themes and variations that are harmonically closed. Continuous variations feature a continuous flow of musical ideas and. The
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UNCMUSC 132PiersonFall

MUSC 132 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Counterpoint, Leading-Tone, Basionym

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Embellishing a harmonic framework: embellishing tones, pitches from outside the underlying harmony, decorate chord tones in specific ways (e. g. as pas
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UNCMUSC 132PiersonFall

MUSC 132 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Stretto, Diminution, Counterpoint

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Fortspinnung: fortspinnung passages are characterized by continuous motion, unequal phrase lengths, melodic or harmonic sequences, changes of key, and
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UNCMUSC 132PiersonFall

MUSC 132 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Melodic Pattern, Leading-Tone, Counterpoint

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A sequence is made when a musical idea is expressed, then restated immediately one or more times, with each restatement transposed down or up from the
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UNCMUSC 132PiersonFall

MUSC 132 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Relative Key, Unique Key, Tonicization

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Pivot chords often serve a predominant function in one or both keys: pivot-chord (or common-chord) modulation is the most common means of moving from o
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UNCMUSC 132PiersonFall

MUSC 132 Chapter 18: Chapter 18 Notes

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Phrase and motive: a phrase is a basic unit of musical thought that ends with a cadence. Phrases are often two, four, or eight measures long, especiall
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UNCMUSC 132PiersonFall

MUSC 132 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Predominant Chord, Voice Leading, Tripe

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When functional areas are expanded, diatonic triads may lose their usual functions and work in quite different ways. For example, iv may no longer serv
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UNCMUSC 232HarcusSpring

MUSC 232 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Diminished Triad, False Relation, Secondary Chords

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For this reason, mixture chords are sometimes called "borrowed chords. " The most common mixture chords in major keys, aside from the minor tonic (i),
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UNCMUSC 132PiersonFall

MUSC 132 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Voice Leading, Leading-Tone, The Strongest

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