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post Sep 23 2007, 09:09 AM
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Gabriel, could you please explain the best way to build harmonies with thirds in the typical Maiden/Priest style. You seem to be really good at it. So any advice would be highly appreciated.

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QUOTE (brandon @ Sep 23 2007, 05:09 AM) *
Gabriel, could you please explain the best way to build harmonies with thirds in the typical Maiden/Priest style. You seem to be really good at it. So any advice would be highly appreciated.



Hi Brandon. Have you checked Luciana's Harmonization singing lesson? There you'll find a good explanation of this. The best way to start ould be to make a short melody and then hamonizing it in diatonic thirds. Here you have an example:
Let's Supose that we are in A minor Key and we are creating a melory using A minor scale:

A minor scale: A B C D E F G A

If the main melody that you create is: A C B C A

the harmonization in diatonic thirds would be: C E D E D

That's the most common harmonizations. The note C hamonizes the note A. Note that you have 3 steps from A to C in A minor scale. That's a diatonic third.


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post Sep 30 2007, 03:09 AM
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thanks Gabriel!! that's what i thought, but i wanted to know for sure. keep the great lessons coming.

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