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Music Theory Ideas to Make You Smile
If you want music homework help, let’s go over a brief refresher on how the circle of fifths could (in theory) be conceived. With the clear key (no sharps or flats) of C at the top, an increase in sharps (G, D, A, E, F#) represents an increase in musical brightness. In contrast, a movement toward flats (F, Bb, Eb, Ab, Db) represents in an increase in darkness. The plagal cadence embraces the tonic, but the dominant cadence arrives at the key.
Another interesting characteristic of harmony comes through the ideas shared by Ernst Levy. Levy argued that every chord contains an opposite based on rotating each note around the axis of the key center. If you play in the key of C, your axis rests between C and G. If playing G-B-D-F to create G7, this will convert to C-Ab-F-D or F-6. This converts to playing on the dark side of the key center.
Now, these ideas are not traditional harmonic approaches that you’ll face in college or high school. Maybe you need to just analyze the difference between a perfect authentic cadence and an imperfect authentic cadence (hint: the highest voice is not the tonic with IAC) or know what a Neapolitan cadence looks like (flatted second [supertonic] or subdominant in first inversion). No matter what kind of music homework you are currently working on, we’re in a position to assist.
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