In the last lesson we spoke about the first type of non harmonic tones: Passing tones.
Thanks to these, we are able to give character to certain types of melody.
In this lesson we will speak about Auxiliary tones and see them more in depth.
The use of Auxiliary tones enables us to give a contrasting characteristic to the melody.
Thanks to this video lesson, other than learning exactly what Auxiliary tones are, you will also learn:
- What auxiliary tones are
- What distinguishes them from passing tones
- What double aux. tones are
- What chromatic aux. tones are
- How to compose a melody using only passing and auxiliary tones
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Learning material of this lesson
|1. The auxiliary tones
|2. The double aux. tones
|3. The aux. chords
|4. The chromatic aux. tones
|5. How to compose a melody by using passing tone and aux. tones pt.1
|6. How to compose a melody by using passing tone and aux. tones pt.2
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