Diminuto de passagem

English translation: diminished passing chord

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Portuguese term or phrase:Diminuto de passagem
English translation:diminished passing chord
Entered by: Lilian Magalhães

15:36 Aug 27, 2014
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Music / faculdade de música
Portuguese term or phrase: Diminuto de passagem
- Diminuto de passagem (ascendente e descendente)
Lilian Magalhães
Brazil
Local time: 06:12
diminished passing chord
Explanation:
Suggestion.

Diminished passing chord (ascending and descending).

There seems to be three types of passing chord: ascending, descending and auxiliary.

Chords themselves come in a variety of types: major, minor, dominant 7th, diminished, augmented and suspended.
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Local time: 06:12
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diminished passing chord


Explanation:
Suggestion.

Diminished passing chord (ascending and descending).

There seems to be three types of passing chord: ascending, descending and auxiliary.

Chords themselves come in a variety of types: major, minor, dominant 7th, diminished, augmented and suspended.

John Copestake (X)
Brazil
Local time: 06:12
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 4
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