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26th May '15 5:19:53 PM MarkLungo
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A HalfCadence is one of a few deliberately unresolved cadences, characterized by ending a musical phrase (rarely a piece) on a V chord. Here, the leadup is unimportant; the chord could be a I, a ii, a IV, a vi, or anything else, so long as it then progresses to a V. A special form of the HalfCadence is the Phrygian half cadence, which is created through an iv6 - V progression, so named for its similar sound to the Phrygian mode.
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A HalfCadence is one of a few deliberately unresolved cadences, characterized by ending a musical phrase (rarely a piece) on a V chord. Here, the leadup is unimportant; the chord could be a I, a ii, a IV, a vi, or anything else, so long as it then progresses to a V. A special form of the HalfCadence is the Phrygian half cadence, which is created through an iv6 - V progression, so named for its similar sound to the Phrygian mode.[[redirect:UsefulNotes/HalfCadence]]
26th Jan '12 1:39:32 PM bky4
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A HalfCadence is one of a few deliberately unresolved cadences, characterized by ending a musical phrase (rarely a piece) on a V chord. Here, the leadup is unimportant; the chord could be a I, a ii, a vi, or anything else, so long as it then progresses to a V.
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A HalfCadence is one of a few deliberately unresolved cadences, characterized by ending a musical phrase (rarely a piece) on a V chord. Here, the leadup is unimportant; the chord could be a I, a ii, a IV, a vi, or anything else, so long as it then progresses to a V.
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