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Jan. 5 Theory

by: Amrita Gupta

Jan. 5 Theory MUS 132

Amrita Gupta
GPA 3.22
Music Theory II
Dr. Tim Pack

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Music Theory II
Dr. Tim Pack
One Day of Notes
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This 1 page One Day of Notes was uploaded by Amrita Gupta on Friday January 16, 2015. The One Day of Notes belongs to MUS 132 at University of Oregon taught by Dr. Tim Pack in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see Music Theory II in Music at University of Oregon.


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Date Created: 01/16/15
1516 Analogy of an electromagnetic wave to counterpoint 0 Electric field harmony 0 Magnetic field melody o Pitches in certain contexts have a force to another pitch leading tone is magnetized to tonic TwoPoint Counterpoint Intervals Perfect consonant perfect 5 P5 perfect octave P8 0 Imperfect consonant m3 M6 m6 M3 0 Dissonant m2 M7 M2 m7 4 d5 0 Intermediate perfect 4 P4 0 Consonant when not involving the lowest pitch 0 In two point counterpoint it always involves the lowest pitch so P4 is treated as dissonant Species Counterpoint 1 firstspecies 11 movement ratio no dissonance both moving together ie both voices just in wholequarterhalf notes etc 2 secondspecies 21 ie half notes in one voice quarters in another dissonance approached by steps only passing tones neighbor tones 3 Thirdspecies 3 or more 1 all consonancedissonance canbiatas and double neighbor tones 2 types of dissonance involving leaps quarter notes to whole notes or triple 4 fourthspecies 11 only suspended 5 allany of the above Reference JJ Fux Gradus ad Parnassum 1725 Laws of Counterpoint 1 voices must be independent but happen to blend 0 Pitch rhythm meter dynamics tempo texture texture type articulation harmony keymode timbre etc ex 2voice texture contrapunctal texture type 2 voices must be singable


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