Definition of Progressions

1. Noun. (plural of progression) ¹



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Definition of Progressions

1. progression [n] - See also: progression

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Progressions

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Literary usage of Progressions

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1. The Philosophy of Music: Being the Substance of a Course of Lectures by William Pole (1895)
"D.—Harmonic progressions. IN the last chapters we have been considering the simultaneous combinations of notes used in our modern music. ..."

2. The Philosophy of Music: Being the Substance of a Course of Lectures by William Pole (1879)
"D.—Harmonic progressions. IN the last chapters we have been considering the simultaneous combinations of notes used in our modern music. ..."

3. A Manual of Harmony by Salomon Jadassohn (1893)
"The secondary chords of the seventh also admit of very various non-cadenced progressions; some of them, which we can employ but little or not at all in ..."

4. The Ancient Laws of Cambria: Containing the Institutional Triads of Dyvnwal by Wales, William Probert (1823)
"There are three progressions that require assistance : bards in their circuit of ... There are three causes of recurring progressions : language, privilege, ..."

5. Acoustics for Musicians by Percy Carter Buck (1918)
"CHAPTER X ON MATHEMATICAL progressions IN its early stages mathematics deals with definite numbers and quantities, known and unknown ; but as it becomes ..."

6. America's Lab Report: Investigations in High School Science by Susan R. Singer, Margaret L. Hilton, Heidi A. Schweingruber (2006)
"Using Core Concepts to Build Learning progressions Research indicates that one of ... These are known as "learning progressions." Learning progressions can ..."

7. College Algebra: With Applications by Ernest Julius Wilczynski (1916)
"Geometric progressions. The ancients were familiar with the essential properties of arithmetic and harmonic progressions. They also considered progressions ..."

8. A Practical Introduction to Composition; Harmony Simplified by Francis L. York (1909)
"Irregular progressions. By-Tones. We have now studied the formation and natural progression of all the chords that can be formed within the key. ..."

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