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Walter Piston Harmony Exercise Question

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Hi,

Can anyone help explain what Walter Piston is asking for in the exercise below. When he says "chord succession" does he mean progression? Also when he says "in four parts" does he mean in four part harmony or four different variations? Any help would be appreciated.

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Hi,

17 minutes ago, ars said:

When he says "chord succession" does he mean progression?

I think he means progression.

17 minutes ago, ars said:

Also when he says "in four parts" does he mean in four part harmony or four different variations?

Again, I think he means in four-part harmony. It doesn't seem to have the same 'exercise potential' if it is four different variations.

Hope this helps.

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