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Seven Harmonies Examples

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Flash Player is required to play the example tracks. If your computer does not have Flash Player 7 or higher, use the link on the home page to download it.  JavaScript should be enabled in your browser.

Use the buttons and dropdown box above to navigate in the presentation. You may need to wait a few seconds for the clip to load; then click the green "start" button to start the clip.

In the examples you will see these harmony symbol options:

Ordinary numbers: underlined numbers such as 1, 5 etc.
Roman numerals: traditional music theory notation for chords, such as I, V etc. Upper case means the chord is major mode; lower case implies minor mode.
Literal names: The chord names in a particular key, for example C, G, D etc. in the key of C.   Upper case denotes a major chord; lower case denotes minor.

Get the free standalone app version of this harmony trainer! It runs by itself offline - no browser needed. No Internet delays, no JavaScript. Only Flash Player is needed to run it.
Download the app - Windows version

File size is 70 MB. The download will take about 20 minutes.

These tracks are licensed from License Music, Fresh Music Library,
Associated Production Music, Catovah Arts, and Crank City.
See trackinfo.pdf on the CD for track title, composer and license details.
© 2006 Music Awareness