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Maybe just two chords with a note in common. No special name for it except that plain description. The second bar of my example is a suspension. A C chord with a 'wrong note' (the F) moving to the 'right note' (E). The third bar COULD be considered a double suspension. C chord with TWO 'wrong notes' moving to two 'right' ones. Probably more useful to ...


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Both of the linked videos demonstrate suspensions. There are overlapping concepts involved here. Melody: the "lead" part; the part the ear most gravitates to. Accompaniment: the parts that fill out the music. Harmony: the combination of all parts, both melody and accompaniment. The key here is that, in analysis, examining the harmony requires the ...


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