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Exercises in "Figured Soprano"

C. Sokol


Fall 2009

q=132
m.4 Major triads:
Chromatic scale as melody: m.1 Major triads: Soprano position of the root


closed voicings of major triads soprano position of the 5th



Piano


Left hand plays roots of triads



Major triads: Soprano position of the 3rd




Pno.


Chromatic scale as m.10 Major triads: Soprano position of the 5th m.13 Major triads: Soprano position of the root
melody: open voicings


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m.16 Major triads: Soprano position of the 3rd


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2 Whole-tone scale as melody: Minor triads: Minor triads:
soprano position of the 3th soprano position of the root

closed voicings of minor triads


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Minor triads:
Pno. soprano position of the 5th


Whole-tone scale as Minor triads: Minor triads:
melody: open voicings

soprano position of the 3rd soprano position of the root


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Pno. Minor triads:


soprano position of the 5th


Alternating major/minor:
soprano root position Alternating major/minor: Alternating major/minor:



25 soprano as 3rd soprano as 5th




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Whole-tone scale as melody:
shifting soprano position: 1<>3 Major triads



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Minor triads





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Whole-tone scale as melody:
shifting soprano position: 1<>5


Minor triads Major triads
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Whole-tone scale as melody:
alternating soprano position: 3<>5 3

Major triads

36 Minor triads








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Whole-tone scale as melody:
sequence of soprano positions: 1>3>5
Minor triads Major triads


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Whole-tone scale as melody:
sequence of soprano positions: 1>3>5>3 Minor triads


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5 3 1 3 5 3
1 3 5 3 1 3
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Whole-tone scale as melody:
sequence of soprano positions: 1>3>5>3 Major triads


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Whole-tone scale as melody:
sequence of soprano positions: 1>3>5>3
with embellishments to bass line Minor triads



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5 3 1 3 5 3
1 3 5 3 1 3
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Whole-tone scale as melody: sequence of minor triads with soprano positions: 1>3>5>3
4 including to bass line and partial lineation in right hand triads



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3 1 3
5 3 1 3 5 3
Pno. 1 3 5


Whole-tone scale as melody: sequence of minor triads with soprano positions: 1>3>5>3
with greater elaboration in both hands





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3 3 5 1 3 1 5 3
Pno. 1 3 5 3



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1 5 3 1 3
3
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5 3 1 3 5 3
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Diminished scale as melody:
sequence of soprano positions: 1>5>3 And on it goes ... write your own ...s



57 sequence of alternating major<>minor triads



mf
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mfs

Same sequence as the previous one but with partial and full lineation, 5



passing and neighbor tones, octave doubling, lots of fun and excitement.

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61



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62



Pno. sfz


Simple melody with parallel intervals
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Pno. p


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Simple melody with parallel intervals


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82 rit.


Pno.


Same as previous including embellishments: octave displacement, lineation, octave doubling, one permutation, and bifurcation of texture


88 q=56





p


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q=88 Same simple diatonic melody with


Diatonic triads: 3<>5
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etc.






Diatonic melody with Diatonic melody with Diatonic melody with parallel chord voicings:


minor<>major triads: 3<>5 major<>minor triads: 3<>5 dominant 9 chords
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Diatonic melody with parallel voicings: 7
Diatonic melody with parallel voicings: Same with elaboration


augmented 11 chords


secundal clusters by partial lineation


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109


etc.

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etc.

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