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dear scot.
greetings.please explain the following
1-which are there 44 choral progressions are.
2-can you please list the 2,112 choral progressions
3-how are bimodal chords really formed and how do they link with each other. from the following paragraph
[ it is precisely the bimodal chord although the
bimodal chord does in fact consist of 4 sounds such as c-eb-e-g. i will refer it
as a triad in keeping with the lexicon of harmony. by joining major and minor triads of the same root on each degree pf the chromatic scale we obtain 12 bimodal chords of notes with thier 3 correspondind inversions a total of 48 chords. in turn these 48 bimodal chords as each has 44 possibilities of chordal progressions within the chromatic scale yield a total of 2,112chordal progressions for the entire harmonic system whose chordal progressions bear a close tonal interelationship given the chordal equality that bimodalism establishes along the chromatic scale.
thanks for your response i am an amateur in music but i can play guitar not piano.
can you please help me with this explanation. thanks.
sincerely yours edward martell
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