cadence on the falling "silver rain" (bar 17) adds yet more emphasis.
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4 and 5 is Satie's use of perfect fourths and fifths, both melodically and as the bass part of plagal
and perfect cadence types (to which sevenths and ninths are invariably added).
In addition, the imagined tunings are employed in a consistent pattern: in each modal pair the imagined tuning of an authentic mode is higher than that of the corresponding plagal
201-3), once plagal
relationships can be accepted as a viable alternative to conventional tonic-dominant underpinnings, I-TV-I motion can be approached as a "fundamental progression" on multiple levels.
Here, recitation is on the mediant of the mode, accented syllables are usually a tone higher, and there are occasional dips to the Second Plagal
264, states that it is 'richly scored in the way of several Marian motets published [earlier] in 1597, has the same kind of cross-rhythms, a similar repeated final section, and Gabrieli's favourite concluding drawn-out plagal
His first examples harmonize melodic fragments--1-1 (implying a plagal
cadence) and 1-7-1 (implying an authentic cadence)--in an octatonic context that requires the modulation between collections.
the modern plagal
and imperfect cadences where the bass drops a fourth) etc.
Valerio Bona, for example, states in 1595: 'For they say that the authentic tones are cheerful, and the plagal
, sad', though he contradicts this general view with his opinion that 'the tone is cheerful and sad according to the way the composer writes it, with the affect [aria] invented by him'.
Furthermore, the most influential of the music manuals in circulation was undoubtedly Aurelian of Reome's Musica disciplina (840-59), which, in its nomenclature of the modes (the authentic and plagal
protus, deuterus, tritus, and tetrardus), was informed by its Byzantine counterparts, the singers' manuals known as the pa-padikai.
xiv) that Marini's "Sonata XIII a due violini o cornetti senza cadenza" is so named because it ends with a plagal
rather than an authentic cadence is mistaken.