Today we will cover an essential topic. In fact we are going to introduce a new kind of non-harmonic tones that will allow to change the harmonic result of our pieces:
- Why are they called ‘suspensions’?
- How can we use them?
- Which are the main features of these notes?
- And, most of all, starting from a single note, how can we obtain many different musical tools?
Today we will answer all these questions and start using this new kind of notes.
Have a good lesson!
Learning material of this lesson
|5 videos||31 mins|
|1. Introduction to the new lesson||3m 17s|
|2. What are suspensions?||6m 25s|
|3. The four most effective kinds of suspensions||8m 41s|
|4. How to compose some short melodies by using suspensions||4m 55s|
|5. Other exemples||7m 33s|
|+ 1 pdf file|
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