That’s a bonus… See root position, first inversion and second inversion to get the hang of it. This cannot happen with triads, so we need chords that have at least four notes. So, it would be 1-3-5-7, let’s say A-C-E-G. That’s the first, the third, the fifth and the seventh degrees of the scale, but in a different order. Basically, what we do is throw the first three notes with the lowest frequencies higher to the register and use the note with the highest frequency as the lowest note.
- Post category:Music Glossary / T
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- Post published:January 28, 2021
- Post author:Librettista Capricciosa