The enharmonic equivalents
In the previous lessons we took an in-depth look at the tempered system. We are now able to understand why its introduction is necessary in music practice.
Today, other than this subject, we will look at the most important consequences linked to the use of the tempered system and learn about what is known as ‘enharmonic relation’.
As you will see, we will learn the huge potential of using enharmonic sounds in the development of harmony. Since 1700, all great composers have used in their composition the resource of enharmonic relation.
From today, you can learn how it is possible to use this.
Enjoy the lesson!
Learning material of this lesson
|5 videos||18 mins|
|1. Equal tempered scale and harmonic relation||2m 15s|
|2. What are enharmonic equivalents||3m 20s|
|3. The first consequence of using of enharmonic relation||4m 15s|
|4. The second consequence of using of enharmonic relation||3m 17s|
|5. The third consequence of using enharmonic relation||5m 15s|
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