|Chapter 20. Tonicizations|
|Chapter 21. Modulations|
|Chapter 22. Hybrid Areas|
Now that the basics of diatonic harmony (basically 7 pitches) have been presented, it is time to begin chromatic studies (the remaining 5 pitches). This is when music theory begins to become more complicated for some students. It is crucial for you to stay on top of this topic.
|BASIC RULES FOR SPECIES COUNTERPOINT|
|DIATONIC PROCEDURES I: Harmonic Dimensions|
|DIATONIC PROCEDURES II: Expanding the Phrase|
|DIATONIC PROCEDURES III: Substitutions|
|THE ABC's OF CHORALE SETTING|
|CHROMATIC PROCEDURES II: Modal Mixtures|
|CHROMATIC PROCEDURES III: Advanced Vocabulary|
|THREE ANALYSIS PROJECTS|
|MICROCOSMS: Musical Styles of the Twentieth Century|
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