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Flashcards in Harmony 3 And 4 Deck (21):
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Close position

Interval between the tenor and soprano is simple Les than an octave

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Open position

Harmonic interval between tenor and soprano is a compound interval

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Can harmonic intervals between soprano and Alto or Alto and tenor be more than an octave

No

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Can compound intervals occur between the bass and tenor voices?

Yes

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How is voice motion generally described

Simple intervals

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Indirect motion

Two part s move in dissimilar directions

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Contrary motion

Indirect motion where parts move in opposite direction

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Oblique motion

Indirect motion where on part moves and one sustains

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Direct motion

Two parts move in same direction

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Similar motion

Direct motion move in the same direction but produce different intervals

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Parallel motion

Direct motion that keeps the same harmonic interval ,qualitymay change Maj or minor

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What motion is preferred

Indirect

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Objectional parallel motion

Octaves, unison's, fifths, dissonant intervals

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Where is parallel motion in fourths acceptable

In the upper voices

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When two parts move in similar motion to a unison, fifth, octave

Hidden motion

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Hidden motion that is forbidden

Hidden unisons

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Parallels by contrary motion

Move from one interval to the same interval by contrary motion

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Parallels by contrary motion not allowed

Octave, unison, fifths

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Are crossed voices permitted

Not usually

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Overlapping voices

When a lower voice moves to a higher voice than the previous pitch in the upper voice

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Is overlapping voices permitted

Not normally