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  Major Triad as 1 b3 b6, 1 4 6 and 1 3 5

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 Ken Valentino
  www.musicwithoutrules.com
Major Triad as 1 b3 b6, 1 4 6 and 1 3 5submitted:
2014/08/05 10:16:35
revised:
2014/08/12 07:17:40




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This is an example of using positive tendencies: repetition, starting with, ending with, on beat etc.. and melodic strategies to create a key. First is the key of E which should sound dark, next at 0:38 is the key of G which isn't as dark, but can have a little conflict. Then last is the normal key of C at 1:02. The only notes used are C E and G.

 


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