Nonharmonic Tones (Music Theory Lesson 32 - part 2)



Nonharmonic Tones (Music Theory Lesson 32 - part 2)

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In this example, the F is a nonharmonic tone because it does not fit into the I chord (which contains C, E, and G).





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