Music Theory: Non-Chord Tones

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Introducing the basics of non-chord tones.

0:18 Non-chord tones?
2:05 passing tones
3:13 neighbor tones
4:29 appoggiaturas
5:38 escape tones
6:40 double neighbors / neighbor groups
8:09 suspensions
11:46 retardations
12:35 anticipations
13:54 analyzing
16:02 conclusions

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michelle geerees says:

Your music theory teaching videos are beyond perfect. Very helpful, thank you so very much.

river river says:

thanks so much for these videos, ive been binge watching them and learned a lot

Sam Desmet says:

Wish you would actually ‘play’ these examples. Good and to the point video tho.

Kali Das says:

Great video, clear and easy to understand

Kent Ong says:

Escape Tones are mostly on strong or weak beat?

Nicholas Shannon says:

Here is a silly question… what do you call in a C Major chord…. C down to A back up to C? Is that a neighbor tone or an escape tone? The first C is on the beat with a dotted 8th to a 16th A and back to C on beat 2.

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