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Figure 7.2.2a

Figure 7.2.2. (a) Third-related triads sound similar, since they share two of their three notes and can be connected by single-step voice leading. (b) One can often replace a diatonic chord with a third-related chord, without much disrupting the harmonic or contrapuntal fabric of a passage.



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