Flashcards in 8. NAVEDTRA 12012 Harmony (CH 1-18) Deck (80)
Vertical combinations of musical tones and their succession is the study of what?
The structure and relationship between horizontal combinations of musical tones and their succession is the study of what?
Harmonic progression establishes tonality how?
Melodic progressions establish tonality how?
When successions center on a key it's called this.
Primary Tones are also known as what?
What scale degrees are the primary tones in a key?
1, 4, 5
Secondary tones are also known as what?
What scale degrees are the secondary tones in a key?
3, 6, 7
Why is Supertonic not classified as Primary or Secondary?
Tendency to be Secondary, however, it can have the effect of a Primary
Primary and secondary triads are based on what?
Primary and Secondary tones (P: I, IV, V & S: iii, vi, Viio)
What is the range of a Soprano voice?
c1 - a2
What is the range of a Alto voice?
small g - d2
What is the range of a Tenor voice?
small c - a1
What is the range of a Bass voice?
Great F - d1
What are the 2 types of melodic motion?
Conjunct & Disjunct
Step-wise motion defines.....
Leap-wise motion defines...
The most frequent motion following Disjunct motion greater than a 5th is what?
Conjunct in the opposite direction
T/F: Melodies containing 2 consecutive moves in the same direction forming a compound interval are preferred.
FALSE - It is FORBIDDEN (cue sinister laugh)
T/F: It is rare for a melody to have 2 or 3 consecutive moves in the same direction forming an octave or greater.
What is the normal/max range of a melody?
These 3 intervals are FORBIDDEN in melody writing.
Augmented, Compound, & Major 7ths
What melodic movement should follow a minor 7th or a diminished interval?
Conjunct / Opposite
In melody writing, how many tendency tones can you have in a row?
No more than 2
A short musical thought, normally 2-4 measures long
Melodic or Harmonic cessation/caesura accomplishes what?
Another word for REPOSE.
How many phrases form a PERIOD?