Schillinger applied to Hindemith Exercises

For fun, and in spare moments, I am putting the entire Hindemith classic, “Traditional Harmony” in Sibelius – something I’ve long wanted to do. While I’m at it, I’m beginning to incorporate some of the Schillinger technics as well. Here’s a little 4-part harmonization from a Hindemith exercise of Chapter 10 (Secondary 7th Chords) using Schillinger’s non-fractioned resultant from 4:3 (in this case the exercise supplied the Figured Bass – the student then realizes the melody and inner parts).

Play Example:

r4÷3 = (3+1)+(2+2)+(1+3)

r4÷3 = (3+1)+(2+2)+(1+3)

And here’s another using the Expansion technic on the 8:5 resultant.

Play Example:

r8 ÷ 5

Expansion: r8 ÷ 5

Published in: on January 16, 2009 at 11:13 pm  Leave a Comment  

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