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By Peter Gelling

In particular designed for college students who desire to play Blues Harmonica, both in a bunch or for enjoyable. The emphasis is on making track instantly. contains observe bending, teach whistle and rhythm sounds, vibrato and improvisation.

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23 So, too, is the musical mind, which feels no obligation to choose between contradictory patterns. Rather than being either X or Y, a figure may be—and very often is—both X and Y. In addition, all ‘holons’ are ambiguous—‘Janus-faced’—by their very nature. A G major chord in a C major movement, for instance, is simultaneously dominant and tonic. Depending on which face is more prominent, we may say that the ‘key’ is C or G. But this distinction is misleadingly precise. In fact, there is an unbroken range of emphasis between the two.

Where he went wrong was rather in his treatment of the upper voices, which he turned into mere appendages to the bass. Their sole duty, in the Ramellian system, is to conform to the harmony, either directly as concords or indirectly as discords. The harmony, in its turn, is generated by the fundamental bass, which itself revolves around the keynote. The whole system has a pleasing neatness, which satisfied the Gallic instinct for order and hierarchy, and worked well enough in actual music to last almost two centuries before being challenged.

G. in the first part of railway porter’s chant (Ex. ’ The Children’s Chant  E. . ’ Let’s play cops and rob bers! E. . Variants of the call third (a) (b) (c) reciting note In none of these variants does e actually dominate over g. The accent may be evenly shared between both pitches, but is never firmly placed on e. To do so would be unequivocally to transform the e–g from the top half of c–e–g to the bottom half of e–g–b. Instead, it hovers somewhere between the two. Even in this simplest of melodies, chordal identity is relative rather than absolute.

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