Major-minor

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dissonance vs. consonance

    Combination of tones that sounds discordant and unstable, in need of resolution.


Concorda...
harmony (Dominant/Tonic)
Basso continuo
figured bass
Aom10 6 09
Aom10 6 09
Aom10 6 09
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Aom10 6 09

  1. 1. Major-minor Major minor
  2. 2. dissonance vs. consonance Combination of tones that sounds discordant and unstable, in need of resolution. Concordant or harmonious combination of tones that provides a sense of relaxation and stability in music. This majestic passage is harmonious, or consonant, providing a sense of stability in the music. Example: Brahms, Symphony No. 1, fourth movement
  3. 3. harmony (Dominant/Tonic)
  4. 4. Basso continuo
  5. 5. figured bass
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