An Octatonic System of Tonal Organization
|A proposal for a different view that may facilitate the way jazz harmony is analysed and understood. Central to the hypothesis is the suggestion that a fundamental octatonic system of organization forms the basis of a coherent explanation of harmony. This principle is extrapolated from theories of acoustic phenomena and early tonal behaviour. The goal is to offer a unifying theory that may account for all tonal harmony, in its traditional practice, as well as embrace modern concepts in a coherent logical manner.|
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