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Feb
12
comment Voice leading confusion
If you need to find an example then pick a random bar from some Haydn piano sonata and chances are you will have a good example. (there will be at least one note that doesn't seem to have voice leading, unless one explains it in some complicated manner such as some weird delayed and octave movement or voice transference)
Feb
12
comment Voice leading confusion
@oliTUTilo Pick just about any passage in any piece of music. As I pointed out, the oversimpled idea of voice leading is "A melody note moves the shortest distance to the next note" but much of music contains many melodies, instruments carrying the melodies, notes that are not important, notes that have delayed resolution, etc...
Feb
5
comment Dominant functioning as a Subdominant!
You clearly have no idea what function means. Downvoted. The Original poster didn't say they sounded identical. Obviously even two different instruments playing the exact same sonority sound different due to differences in timbre.
Feb
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Jan
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asked Common names for sections of a piece of music
Sep
28
comment Voice leading confusion
I'm not talking about modern music. Any cpp example would work. I don't have time now to find a good example but all you have given is a very basic explanation, but as I have said, I understand that just fine. At least, in most theory books say voice leading is very important and tend to give many conjured up simple examples. A few books will analyze a piece that is more complex BUT it seems like a rather artificial analysis without a strong theoretical foundation... essentially just trying to explain away NHT's any way they can.
Sep
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Sep
28
comment Voice leading confusion
You have done nothing but give a very brief explanation of voice leading. It is way more complex than that and the things I'm talking about understanding generally involve voice transference(octave displacement resolution), hidden suspension resolution, auxiliary resolution displacement, etc... As I have said, I understand the "text book" voice leading which you give a synopsis of. In real world applications it generally is much more complex.
Sep
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Sep
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asked Voice leading confusion