|Chapter 35. Altered Dominance|
|Chapter 36. Chromatic Mediance|
|Chapter 37. Linear Chromaticism and Distant Keys|
This last set of chromatic materials are truly rarified. Returning to the bogus statistics reported in the previous unit, the materials of this unit may comprise less than 1% of the music of the Common Practice Period. They can seem complicated, convoluted, and occasionally creepy, but uncovering them can also be captivating.
Sorry for the alliteration.
|BASIC RULES FOR SPECIES COUNTERPOINT|
|DIATONIC PROCEDURES I: Harmonic Dimensions|
|DIATONIC PROCEDURES II: Expanding the Phrase|
|DIATONIC PROCEDURES III: Substitutions|
|CHROMATIC PROCEDURES I: Moving from the Global Key|
|THE ABC's OF CHORALE SETTING|
|CHROMATIC PROCEDURES II: Modal Mixtures|
|THREE ANALYSIS PROJECTS|
|MICROCOSMS: Musical Styles of the Twentieth Century|
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