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Seven Harmonies Examples

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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.

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