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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-334

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EVENING CLASSES 333 Scale the Alphabet of all Music Vocal and Instrumental the Succession of Intervals The various Scales in Use Diatonic Major and Minor Chromatic Enharmonic Nomenclature of the Degrees of the Diatonic Scale without Reference to its Pitch Combination of Sounds forming Chords Intervals involved in this Combination leading to the Classification of Chords the Two Methods of Analysing and naming Intervals as they are Related to the Scale or to the Stave to the Ear or to the Eye the Two Channels of Musical Sense The Normal Scale the Terms Scale' and Key' Trans- position the Order of Scales or Keys their Connection Melodies their Identity and Differences Modulation Intervals their Division into Two kinds according to the contents of each Chords their similar Division the Triad various Triads found in the Scale Thorough' Bass Figuring The Common Chord Arrangement or Position Inversion Laws of Progression Parts Faults to be avoided The Common Chord in its Inversions The Chord of the Dominant Seventh and its Inversions Other Chords of Modern Origin Lent Teem Counterpoint The History of the word and of the thing The five Species of Counterpoint in and parts Easter Term Both parts of this subject will be continued and there will be Technical Examination of Works by the Great Masters Exercises will be written and corrected throughout the year 34 SHORTHAND Bay and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday from to This Class is intended to impart thorough knowledge of Shorthand to the extent of ready corresponding and ver- batim reporting The system taught is Phonography which
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