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Music Theory: Chords
Terms in this set (15)
The result produced when tones are sounded simultaneously.
A three-note chord consisting of a root, third and fifth The four kinds of triads are major, minor, diminished and augmented.
A triad consisting of a root, major third and perfect fifth.
A triad consisting of a root, minor third and perfect fifth.
A triad consisting of a root, minor third and diminished fifth.
A triad consisting of a root, major third and augmented fifth.
A chord that has the root in the bass.
A chord that has the third in the bass.
A chord that has the fifth in the bass.
A chord consisting of a root, third, fifth, and seventh.
A bass part with numbers that indicate the intervals of harmony that are to be played above the bass note.
Used to represent a chord, indicating the scale degree corresponding to its root note. Focuses on the function and key relationship of the chord in harmony.
A seventh chord that has the seventh in the bass.
The method of writing down chord names that may be used along with or instead of Roman numeral harmonic analysis.
A harmonic progression when root motion is equal to up a fourth or down a fifth.
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