Ex­am­ple8 TWO -PART HAR­MONY – MORE FREE­DOM IN SEC­OND PART

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In­ter­est­ingly, es­tab­lish­ing a two-par t har­mony for a melodic line un­der­pinned by three-note chords presents more op­tions in terms of choice of mo­tion. In this ex­am­ple, the sec­ond par t (Guitar 2) is able to dar t around be­tween the var­i­ous chord tones not cov­ered by the orig­i­nal melody (Guitar 1), with­out the fear of cross­ing over or du­pli­cat­ing any notes from a third part sec­ond har­mony.

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