Difference between revisions of "Suspension"

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== Definition ==
 
== Definition ==
 
This effect occurs when a note from one [[chord]] is held over to the next [[chord]] creating a [[discord]], and is then resolved by moving one step to make a concord.
 
This effect occurs when a note from one [[chord]] is held over to the next [[chord]] creating a [[discord]], and is then resolved by moving one step to make a concord.
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[[File:suspension_1.png|thumb|x150px|left|link=|Musical example showing a suspension]]
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== Examples ==
 
== Examples ==
[[File:suspension_1.png|thumb|x150px|left|link=|Musical example showing a suspension]]
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<br>Listen to the way Corelli chains suspensions together forming [[discord|discords]] and resolutions that flow into one another.
  
 
== Related concepts ==
 
== Related concepts ==
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[[Discord]] (N3)

Latest revision as of 16:29, 19 February 2017

Definition

This effect occurs when a note from one chord is held over to the next chord creating a discord, and is then resolved by moving one step to make a concord.

Musical example showing a suspension


Examples


Listen to the way Corelli chains suspensions together forming discords and resolutions that flow into one another.

Related concepts

Discord (N3)