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This depends in large part whether we're talking about "fixed do" or "movable do" solfege, so I'll answer from each perspective: Movable Do In movable-do solfege, the syllables mark the scale degree rather than the absolute pitch of the note, so the syllables used will vary depending on the key in which the chord appears. In practice, diminished seventh ...


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Hypothesis: Natural: Major triad: C E G, 3 notes with vertical relationship (has nothing to do with static harmonic overtones). Manipulated: Minor triad: The major third (is omitted) and replaced by a minor third, in fact a b10 (!), who can resolve over the 9th or b9th to the root (Eb -> D(b) - > C) This b10 is an appoggiatura and has a horizontal ...



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