Dawn Cordo Harmony powerpoint

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Dawn Cordo Harmony powerpoint

  1. 1. HarmonyBuilding Chords & Chord Functions
  2. 2. The Major Scale• Series of whole and half steps• (major and minor seconds)
  3. 3. Major 3rd 2 whole steps OR 2 major secondsmajor 2nd + major 2nd = major 3rd
  4. 4. Minor 3rd 1 whole step + 1 half step OR 1 major 2nd + 1 minor 2ndminor 2nd + major 2nd = minor 3rd
  5. 5. Major ChordsMajor 3rd in the lower half of the chordMinor 3rd in the top half of the chord + =major 3rd minor 3rd major chord
  6. 6. Minor ChordsMinor 3rd in the lower half of the chordMajor 3rd in the top half of the chord + = minor 3rd major 3rd minor chord
  7. 7. Tonic• Begins on Do• Give the strongest sound of the key• Contains Do Mi or Mi Sol
  8. 8. The I Chord contains Do Mi and So Tonic I Major
  9. 9. The iii chord contains Mi and Sol& is less stable Mediant Chord iii minor
  10. 10. The vi chord starts on La and has Do and Mi stronger than iii Submediant chord vi minor
  11. 11. Subdominant• Important for keeping cadences going• Contain Fa and La
  12. 12. The IV chord contains Fa and La Subdominant IV Major
  13. 13. The ii chord starts on Re and contains Fa and La substitution for IV Chord Supertonic ii minor
  14. 14. Dominant• Contains the leading tone Ti• Resolves to the tonic• When it is a dom 7th chord it has Fa• Fa and Ti is the tri tone resolves to Mi and Do
  15. 15. The V chord is the Dominant Chord Important for cadences OR V V7 Dominant Dominant 7th

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