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The Double-period
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The Exposition
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2 Abbreviation Of The Regular Form
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Modification Or Disguising Of The Cadence
Repetition Of The Parts
Perfect Cadence
Lesson 12
Length Of The Regular Phrase


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Species Of Cadence





In text-books and musical dictionaries several
varieties of the cadence are distinguished, but they are chiefly
distinctions without any more than one essential point of difference,
namely, difference in force or weight. It is therefore feasible to
reduce all these varieties to two,--the heavy cadence and the light
cadence. The former is represented by the so-called Perfect cadence,
the latter by the many grades of Semicadence.





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