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Old 2006-06-19, 04:51
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Originally Posted by northerndragon
I dont know what is so hard to understand about harmonization

if someone plays one note, you play another note within the scale at the same time.

in the key of C Major the key signature is

C D E F G A B C

if someone plays C and you play E, then its thirds

if someone plays C and you play F, then its fourths.

im just waiting for someone to say "Do I always have to play C though?"


The answer to that.... is no. all it is, is spaces between notes. If you have any note and play another one on top of it so many notes away that is a harmony. if you play the same note, its Unison.


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