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Progression from one chord to another is called Harmonic progression; from one tone to another, Melodic progression.

Every student of music knows that a melody is constructed of certain phrases which have identifiable rhythmic and melodic shape.

The melodic leading of the upper voice in the accompaniment, when Eva asks: "Could not a widower hope to win me?"

Furthermore, he showed a tendency to make his melodic themes recur at regular intervals, although he had no well-defined system.

How Music DevelopedW. J. Henderson

Symphony in C minor—it is dramatic, although the melodic web is never broken.

The art of solo writing was in its infancy, and the melodic and harmonic expression of-169- dramatic emotion had just begun.

The distinguishing feature of this class of opera is its sprightly rhythm, and the clearness of the melodic forms.

It is better to view the melodic episodes as subjective phases, arising from the tenor of the poem.

Melodic form is more obvious than harmonic, hence they developed it.

How Music DevelopedW. J. Henderson

A Melodic interval is the difference in pitch between two tones sounded in succession by the same voice.

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