Week 2 Theory (Jan 12-16)
Week 2 Theory (Jan 12-16) MUS 132
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Amrita Gupta on Friday January 16, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MUS 132 at University of Oregon taught by Dr. Tim Pack in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 34 views. For similar materials see Music Theory II in Music at University of Oregon.
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Date Created: 01/16/15
11215 Second species counterpoint 2 1 0 Should be reduceable to good first species 0 Unaccented passingneighbor tones 0 Independent happen to blend Third species 3 or 4 1 0 Canbiata leap in and out of dissonance 0 Double neighbor rare 0 No melodic tones 11415 Double counterpoint treat P5 as dissonant so that both lines can be inverted no P4 allowed in first species counterpoint When writing 1 establish modekey 2 write first species get intervals of mostly 3 or 6 sometimes 5 3 ending leading tone into tonic 4 beginning 5 middle prefer 3 and 6 intervals in motion contrary steps Canbiata only in third species This and double neighbor are the only dissonances you can leap out of Suspensions o 1 preparation consonant pitches 2 suspension dissonant pitches when one pitch is suspended except 695 or 596 3 resolution step DOWN to consonance Suspensions 796 493 If suspension is in bottom voice use 293 or 596 if possible
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