1], measure 83) and descends chromatically
until, at measure 110, it arrives at [C#.
The two black layers of parallel lines in Raster link chromatically
and technically to the wall drawings amid which it hangs.
For the purpose of measuring the graduation representing the note-by-note shortening process of the cords chromatically
on an ascending scale, we propose to divide one inch into sixtyfour parts of grades.
Despite the frequent use of parallel harmonies, often moving chromatically
, expanded sonorities (seventh and ninth chords), persistent pedals and drones and short passages of bitonality, created by the frequent discrepancy between the tropos of the folk melody and the accompaniment, the cadences of each movement clearly are linked to the underlying tropos.
Both features suggest a somewhat backward looking, almost nostalgic, conception of the madrigal, which Rossi in turn put to the service of a radical--and in its own way progressive--conception of vocal polyphony as a testing ground for chromatically
After such a strong emphasis on  and  triads in the introduction of pitches, the chromatically
filled  of the middle sections can reasonably be thought of as being built from additional overlapping s and s.
, passing from shades of green and blue to purplish-reds and finally to orangey-yellows, two dozen anonymous portraits spread across the north side of the gallery's main floor like a rainbow of expressionistic headshots.
Dominant seventh chords rise and fall chromatically
against the vocal line; syncopation is present, especially the triplet followed by two eighth notes pattern, often juxtaposed in the piano and voice lines.
11 but move chromatically
through all twelve major keys.
It is an ostinato, has one chromatically
altered pitch, and is played initially on the pedals, but that is not quite the same thing.
Lines extend inward chromatically
to F# to fill in [D.