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Harmonic Analysis - Partial Diatonic MEMBER LESSON
Published: 2012-04-06 Updated: 2012-04-06 00:00:00 • 2909

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Harmonic Analysis - Partial Diatonic

A Partial Diatonic chord is defined as a chord that has its root in the harmonized chord chart but its species is NOT in harmoni

by Curt Sheller, Curt Sheller Publications

Harmonic Analysis is the understanding of the functional sequence of chords. It is the process used to analyze the harmonic structure of a progression, song or composition. This analysis is then used to make scale selections for improvisation and chord substitution. This lesson covers the partial Diatonic harmonic principle.

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