What is the interrupted cadence?
In the last lesson we introduced the concept of cadences and most importantly learned to understand its importance in a progression of chords.
We have studied the first four types of cadences.
Today the things that you will learn include:
– which are the other types of cadences (the interrupted cadence, the decepted cadence, the mixed cadence)
– when these cadences can be applied in the minor key
– which is the only cadence that can be used in the minor key
– How to identify cadences in the four songs that we have
As will be seen after the lesson of today, you will have made a great step ahead in understanding how to create a cadence.
Finally you will find a pdf table with the principal cadences
You will be able to apply immediately all of this in the moment you write your music!
Learning material of this lesson
|4 videos||23 mins|
|1. The interrupted cadence, the decepted cadence, the mixed cadence||6m 38s|
|2. The use of the first three cadences in minor keys||4m 11s|
|3. The use of the other cadences in minor keys and the phrygian cadence||6m 18s|
|4. We look for cadences in famous songs that we have already studied||5m 56s|
|+ 1 pdf files|
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Part 1: The interrupted cadence, the decepted cadence, the mixed cadence
Part 2: The use of the first three cadences in minor keys
Part 3: The use of the other cadences in minor keys and the phrygian cadence
Part 4: We look for cadences in famous songs that we have already studied