Harmony B – Subdominant

Using folk, pop and classical examples this course expands our harmony functions from tonic and dominant to include subdominant.

This course also covers the semitones found in the do pentachord and a look at simple key signatures.

If you are new to harmony through solfa, it’s worth completing Harmony A  first. Although the key points are reviewed here too.

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Course Includes

  • 13 Lessons
  • 9 Topics


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