harmonic progression

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harmonic progression:

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in mathematics, sequence of quantities, called terms, in which the relationship between consecutive terms is the same. An arithmetic progression is a sequence in which each term is derived from the preceding one by adding a given number, d,
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harmonic progression

[här′män·ik prə′gresh·ən]
(mathematics)
A sequence of numbers whose reciprocals form an arithmetic progression. Also known as harmonic sequence.
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Rhythm assignment #3: Take one of your earlier harmony compositions with a chord progression and use an ostinato of the length of the chord progression.
What makes it so special is the way the musicians improvise, using their own free expression and sensitivity over set base rhythms and chord progressions.
And, while slower numbers generally are not Cleveland's strength, "Satisfied With Drowning" boasts a memorable melody, a gently moving feel, and an unusual but effective chord progression.
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According to them, the formula that makes a perfect love song is composed of sentimental lyrics, slow tempo, syncopated rhythm, major key and standard chord progression.
One simple in-class exercise is to play a chord progression on the piano and ask the students to sing the root of the perceived key centre.
They can search for music based on chord, beat and melody structures, such as all songs with the chord progression Am, B, E.
This arises when the opening phrase is sounding as a continuation of the previous phrase, the opening chord progression is continuing a sequence begun at the end, and irregular metric groupings are suggesting a continuation from the end of one chorus to the beginning of the next;
Brynna, playing piano, found a chord progression she liked and got the song started.
Instead, students play an improvised melody at the same time as everyone else while I play a chord progression on the guitar so that there is no one person sticking out.
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