By Philip Brophy (ed.)
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For example, a given pitch will help determine the form of a linear pitch pattern, comprised of simple elements, as well as the chordal structure, comprised of compound elements. In this study registral pitch is the secondary parameter that defines linear pitch patterns without regard to tonal function or significance. Concordance will refer to the secondary parameter that defines combinations of pitches without regard to tonal function or significance. 10 Although harmony is a well-established term referring to differentiated concurrent pitches, there are no generally accepted terms that describe differentiated concurrent durations, dynamics, or timbres.
Weaker concordant closure is created with the anticipated arrival at the octave in measure 87, where again durational patterning supports closure. Unisons and octaves tend to be used as goals of concordant processes and patterns in musical passages with only a few components. 11. Schott's Soehne. 11 we find a series of intensifying and a series of abating concords. Constantly decreasing concordance in measure 49 ends with the major seventh on the last eighth note, at which point each successive simultaneity is more concordant.
33 One fairly common strategy of producing closure in tonal as well as nontonal music is to build up tension over a sustained pedal by using increasingly discordant harmonies, and then resolve to the triad whose root is the pedal tone, a specific point of relative repose implied by the pedal. 12. 473-82. consisting of doubled octaves and fifths built on the C pedal which had been sustained throughout measures 46581. In addition to the pattern of concordance, the descending scalar pattern in the highest voice implies resolution to C.