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    can anyone explain to me what this is? I hear the term used alot. I have somewhat of an idea, but i am not 100% sure.
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    Chord progression and its variation
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    • #3
      Cadence has more to do with timeing than chords Any certain
      downbeat would be considered cadence. (i.e.) 2-3-4 Beat
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      • #4
        Cadence *

        The cadence is a component of the syntactic structure. It is made up of the chord progression which ends the complete musical phrase. This progression is normally chord V to I. Each of these chords may be elaborated in some way, for instance by the cadential 6 4 appoggiatura chord or static harmony. These expand the V and I chords into the dominant prolongation and static coda.

        In the true plagal cadence the chord V is replaced by chord IV. However, most so called plagal cadences are in reality I - [IV] - I static codas which elaborate the chord I of the V - I cadence. See static coda.

        An imperfect cadence (e.g. chord II to V) is created when the final I of the cadence is missing so that the phrase is left incomplete, usually to be completed on a subsequent repetition or by a subsequent phrase.

        Sometimes the tonic chord of the cadence overlaps with the static harmony of the next phrase.

        The interrupted cadence occurs when a dominant chord is followed by a gamma progression (V - VI) or beta progression (V - III) rather than the normal alpha progression (V - I) which could form the syntactic cadence. The interrupted cadence is not a true cadence in syntactic terms as it serves only to extend the dynamic harmony of the closing section of the phrase.
        "Tone is in the cheese." -LSP

        "whoever says angus young is overrated is a complete idiot." -flank

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        • #5
          Originally posted by brisk
          Cadence *

          The cadence is a component of the syntactic structure. It is made up of the chord progression which ends the complete musical phrase. This progression is normally chord V to I. Each of these chords may be elaborated in some way, for instance by the cadential 6 4 appoggiatura chord or static harmony. These expand the V and I chords into the dominant prolongation and static coda.

          In the true plagal cadence the chord V is replaced by chord IV. However, most so called plagal cadences are in reality I - [IV] - I static codas which elaborate the chord I of the V - I cadence. See static coda.

          An imperfect cadence (e.g. chord II to V) is created when the final I of the cadence is missing so that the phrase is left incomplete, usually to be completed on a subsequent repetition or by a subsequent phrase.

          Sometimes the tonic chord of the cadence overlaps with the static harmony of the next phrase.

          The interrupted cadence occurs when a dominant chord is followed by a gamma progression (V - VI) or beta progression (V - III) rather than the normal alpha progression (V - I) which could form the syntactic cadence. The interrupted cadence is not a true cadence in syntactic terms as it serves only to extend the dynamic harmony of the closing section of the phrase.
          Thanks alot, I appreciate it.
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          • #6
            Cadence is nothing new to musicians. When you hear it, you know it because it sounds right. Cadence is kinda a collection of right chord progressions with variations. The following link is about chord progression applied to guitar.

            http://www.torvund.net/guitar/progressions/index.asp
            "Tone is in the cheese." -LSP

            "whoever says angus young is overrated is a complete idiot." -flank

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            • #7
              Hey Brisk, After reading your repsonce I whent and checked the online webster's. I posted a link to it. I guess where both right
              about cadence. Just different ways to inturput it?

              http://www.m-w.com/cgi-bin/dictionar...ence&x=15&y=15
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              • #8
                Hey KMC,

                I am suprised that actually M-W gives a very good definition of what cadence means when used in music theory.

                "a musical chord sequence moving to a harmonic close or point of rest and giving the sense of harmonic completion"

                This is pretty much all I want to say about cadence.

                Cheers,
                "Tone is in the cheese." -LSP

                "whoever says angus young is overrated is a complete idiot." -flank

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                • #9
                  thanks alot guys.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by brisk
                    Hey KMC,

                    I am suprised that actually M-W gives a very good definition of what cadence means when used in music theory.

                    "a musical chord sequence moving to a harmonic close or point of rest and giving the sense of harmonic completion"

                    This is pretty much all I want to say about cadence.

                    Cheers,
                    Thanks' I learned something new. I never knew It apilied to
                    chord Sequence. I read it 5Xs and I'm still not fully understanding
                    it. Is there a way you could post a clip demostraiting how it works?
                    I get the concept,But I'm not hearing it in my head. Thanks
                    http://www.soundclick.com/whirlwindbluesrevue

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by kmcguitars
                      Thanks' I learned something new. I never knew It apilied to
                      chord Sequence. I read it 5Xs and I'm still not fully understanding
                      it. Is there a way you could post a clip demostraiting how it works?
                      I get the concept,But I'm not hearing it in my head. Thanks
                      Well as I said before, you will know it when you hear it because it sounds right. The easiest example would be G7 to C chord progression. In C Major scale, if you play G7, you know you need C as the next chord to give the sense of harmonic completion ("harmonic close" or "point of rest"). It sounds confusing but it's nothing but a strange name for what you already know.

                      Cheers,
                      "Tone is in the cheese." -LSP

                      "whoever says angus young is overrated is a complete idiot." -flank

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                      • #12
                        A HA OK now I think I gotta ya. It's basicly the resolve chord in
                        a progression.
                        http://www.soundclick.com/whirlwindbluesrevue

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                        • #13
                          Cadence

                          Chick from American Wedding.
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                          • #14
                            I thought it was when the quarterback hollered out loud in different variations to get the defense to jump offside.

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