|Chapter 18. Tonic Substitutions|
|Chapter 19. Dominant Substitutions|
Your diatonic vocabulary will be somewhat complete with this unit. Each Roman numeral (and more importantly, the harmonic areas they represent) will have been presented individually and in context. While you may not know everything about them yet, you should have at least a good idea of how they are constructed, what their purpose is, where they should be used, when they are appropriate, and why they must move in a certain direction.
|BASIC RULES FOR SPECIES COUNTERPOINT|
|DIATONIC PROCEDURES I: Harmonic Dimensions|
|DIATONIC PROCEDURES II: Expanding the Phrase|
|CHROMATIC PROCEDURES I: Moving from the Global Key|
|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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