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Old 01-03-2017, 01:33 PM   #1
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Tonal harmony

This was posted in the General Forum by mistake. I am re-posting it here, where, hopefully, it may draw some interest and a perhaps a response or two.

A happy new year to everyone. I have a question about the evolution of harmony. Between Monteverdi and Bach/Handel there was a change from (what I think of as) modal to tonal harmony, with the new emphasis on the third, a fuller contrast between tonic and dominant, and the use of the subdominant chord. When and with which composers did these developments come about? Thanks.
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