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CHORALE 1.10
Chorale Moderato
lightly
CHORALE 2.3

1.8 Major and Minor Thirds


Major Thirds
Chorale

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CHORALE 2.3

Facts You Need


to Know
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Thirds are a consonant

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3.SELF-ACCOMPANIED
Major thirds occur
in the
MELODY
2.3following places in a major scale:
Allegretto
Lento
1. Between scale degrees 1 and 3
2. Between scale degrees 4 and 6
3. Between scale degrees 5 and 7

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4. The places where major thirds occur is significant because they represent the root and third of the tonic,
SELF-ACCOMPANIED
MELODY
subdominant,
and
dominant
triads.
This will be important to keep in mind as you develop your sight1.10
Major Triads
in2.3Root
Position
Lento
singing skills.
Major thirds occur in the following places in the minor scale:

Youscale
Need
to Know
1.Facts
Between
degrees
3 and 5
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2.Triads
Between
scale degrees
4 andMajor
are three-note
chords.
triads are generally described as having a bright, happy, and
!7
Lento
3.stable
Between
scale
degrees
5
and
sound. They consist of a major third between the root and third, a minor third between the third
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Major
Triads
in
Root Position
1
4.and
Between
scale
degrees
fifth,
and
a perfect
fifth
between
the root and fifth.
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Improvision
I:
Tonic
Function
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5. Between scale degrees 7 and 2

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EXAMPLE
1.10.1
FactsMajor
You Need
to imperfect
Know consonances, meaning they have a complex yet pleasing and bright123
sound.
Factsthirds
You are
Need
to Know

Triads are three-noteP5chords. Major triads are generally described as having a bright, happy, and
Tonic function is the most stable function in tonal music. The desire to return to tonic is built into the
stable sound. They
m3of a major third between the root and third, a minor third between the third
M3 consist
tonal musical
system. Tonic function is carried by the tonic chord (I in major, i in minor). Sometimes the
and fifth, and a perfect fifth between the root and fifth.
submediant chord (vi and VI) or the mediant chord (iii and III) act like they carry tonic function. Note
5. that all
Doof these
MichordsSol
contain scale degree 1, which gives this chord class its stability, and scale degree
D
EXAMPLE 1.10.1
1
3
three, which establishes5major or minor modality.
When
P5improvising tonic function, focus on singing scale degrees 1, 3, and 5 as your primary tones.
Major triads occur in three places in the major scale:
To improvise in tonic, use the following techniques:
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M3

1. Repetition: repeat a scale degree in the tonic triad.


Do
Mi
Sol
1
3
5
EXAMPLE 1.11.1

Major triads occur in three places in the major scale:

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