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Figure 7.2.7

Figure 7.2.7. Ascending motion provides the most efficient voice leading between strongly related triads (top three voices of a). Since tonal phrases often feature descending melodic lines, composers typically have to use at least one non-minimal voice leading per harmonic cycle (b–c).

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