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2.11: Listening Gallery- Circular and Linear Progressions

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    For each musical excerpt, decide whether it contains a Circular or Linear harmonic progression.

    Circular Linear This excerpt contains a Circular harmonic progression.


    Circular Linear This excerpt contains a Linear harmonic progression.


    Circular Linear This excerpt contains a Circular harmonic progression.


    Circular Linear This excerpt contains a Circular harmonic progression.


    Circular Linear This excerpt contains a Linear harmonic progression.


    Circular Linear This excerpt contains a Circular harmonic progression.


    Circular Linear This excerpt contains a Linear harmonic progression.


    Circular Linear This excerpt contains a Circular harmonic progression.


    This page titled 2.11: Listening Gallery- Circular and Linear Progressions is shared under a not declared license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Anthony Brandt & Robert McClure (OpenStax CNX) .

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