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scale degree notation question

Broadly speaking there are two different systems: one gives a key signature before symbols the other gives no key signature and assumes a generic major tonality You can apply those to Roman numeral ...
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BWV 851 (WTC 1 prelude in D Minor) - Different versions

The preface to the Henle edition points toward the likely source of the discrepancies. By an ill stroke of fortune, three of the most important manuscript copies that deliberately sought to imitate ...
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How do I work on mastering keys efficiently?

I know a great way to learn chords, inversions, and any voicings you need! This comes from my teacher Ted Howe. First, learn the chords or voicings you're practicing through the circle of 4ths/5ths ...
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how do you find Roman Numerals out of voicings?

how do you find Roman Numerals out of voicings? To answer this question literally, you first determine the root of the chord. This involves rearranging the chord as a stack of thirds and identifying ...
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how do you find Roman Numerals out of voicings?

RNA requires interpretation at times, but basic chord progressions tend to be well understood. In the example presented, and with the understanding the larger passage is in C major, then the analysis ...
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Problem with modal counterpoint

i put a C# to avoid tritone with the F in the upper part... Like @nuggethead I though to try A D E (or just D for the whole penultimate bar) as the last three notes of your counterpoint bass. The ...
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Problem with modal counterpoint

Start backwards. What is your last note in the counterpoint? In the Phrygian mode with the CF on top, D is the only choice. And against the G in the CF you have E, so begin like this... Now fill ...
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