Helpful Tips when Using Study Soup
Helpful Tips when Using Study Soup BA 101
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Chapter 6 NonChord Tones NonHarmonic Tones in AT3 TextL NonChord Tone Note is NOT part of the Chord Note is still dissonant just a more specific way of saying it NonHarmonic Tone Note is NOTE part of the Harmony Both NonChord Tones and NonHarmonic Tones are Embellishing Tones We think of embellishing tones are dissonant 12 NCTS 1 PWNPP PP N 0 11 12Peda Category I Dissonance approached and resolved by step Category II Dissonance approached or resolved by leaps Category III Suspensions 15 Conservative 612 Progressive Progressive NCT became popular in the 17th Century but UPT and UNT are still the most popular today When writing these remember the note that creates the NCT will NOT be part of the chord If it is part of the chord it is not a NCT and you do not use the 12 terms above to describe it Accented VS Accented quoti 4 l APT UPT Either UPT APT UPT Either UPT ANT UNT UNT ANT UNT UNT ittle Helml Thingg In a minor key if there are no NCT in a V chord you will use v the little 5 When figuring out NCT do not just look at the contour of the line look at the notes in the chord When you are stuck on one chord just move on to the next one Passing motion does NOT always mean passing tone When circling Pedal as a NCT and there is no note written where it becomes a NCT just circle the empty space in which it occurs DO NOT use Incomplete Neighbor like our book says Common Suspensions 0 98 0 76 0 65 0 43 Non as Common Suspensions 0 23 0 56 Oblique Motion that moves upward Retardation Oblique Motion that moves downward Suspension
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