Friday, August 21, 2015

Four Part Writing

We've had our first look at four-part writing, so let's take a second to review it before moving on because this stuff can get a bit complicated.

1) Identify the type of motion between each pair of voices in each of the following examples. Remember, there are 6 pairs of voices, so make sure you get them all!









2) What's wrong with each of these voice-leading examples? Are there multiple problems with either one?










3) Write your own short 4-part piece! It can be as short as a single bar, just try to practice some voice-leading. If you need a progression, try F-Ami-B-C-F. Feel free to add more chords, or if you want just use your own progression.

And that's it! Post your answers below or comment on the main video, and we'll see you next week!

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