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Definition of Cadential
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Literary usage of Cadential
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1. A Treatise on Harmony: With Exercises by Joseph Humfrey Anger, Henry Clough-Leighter (1919)
"The cadential six-four. The bass-note should be doubled, and the fourth, as a rule, ... The fourth, in the cadential six-four, if not heard in the preceding ..."
2. The Homophonic Forms of Musical Composition: An Exhaustive Treatise on the by Percy Goetschius (1898)
"The heavy tone must stand in the proper place, and must impart a cadential (closing, concluding) impression. Ex. 13, No. 1 ; Ex. 14, No. 2. ..."
3. The Philosophy of Music: A Comparative Investigation Into the Principles of by Halbert Hains Britan (1911)
"1 For example, the sentence quoted above, given here in its harmonized form that the cadential effect may be more marked, is divided into sections as ..."
4. A Handbook of Examinations in Music Containing 650 Questions: With Answers by Ernest Alfred Dicks (1906)
"What is the difference between a " passing 2 " and a " cadential 9 " ? 411.—If a sharp, flat, or natural is placed on the left-hand side of a figure, ..."