Practical Instructions in Harmony, Upon the Pestalozzian or Inductive System; Teaching Musical Composition and the Art of Extemporizing Interludes and Voluntaries

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Practical Instructions in Harmony, Upon the Pestalozzian or Inductive System: Teaching Musical Composition and the Art of Extemporizing Interludes and Voluntaries (Classic Reprint) - Johnson, Artemas Nixon
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Excerpt from Practical Instructions in Harmony, Upon the Pestalozzian or Inductive System: Teaching Musical Composition and the Art of Extemporizing Interludes and Voluntaries The first (or lowest) letter Of a chord is called the fundamental (or chief) note. Chords are named after the letters which form their fundamental notes; thus, if A is the fundamental note, the chord is named the chord Of A, (ice. There are seven common chords, (one being named after each letter in the scale, ) viz., the common chord Of A, the ...

Practical Instructions in Harmony, Upon the Pestalozzian or Inductive System: Teaching Musical Composition and the Art of Extemporizing Interludes and Voluntaries (Classic Reprint) 2018, Forgotten Books

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Practical Instructions in Harmony, Upon the Pestalozzian or Inductive System; Teaching Musical Composition and the Art of Extemporizing Interludes and Voluntaries 2016, Wentworth Press

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Practical Instructions in Harmony, Upon the Pestalozzian or Inductive System; Teaching Musical Composition and the Art of Extemporizing Interludes and Voluntaries 2015, Palala Press

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