Definition of Supertonics

1. Noun. (plural of supertonic) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Supertonics

1. supertonic [n] - See also: supertonic

Supertonics Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Supertonics Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Supertonics

superterrific
superterrorist
superterrorists
superthermal
superthick
superthin
superthreshold
superthriller
superthrillers
supertight
supertiny
supertired
supertitle
supertitles
supertonic
supertonics (current term)
supertori
supertoroid
supertoroidal
supertoroids
supertorus
supertough
supertrace
supertraces
supertragical
supertransaction
supertransactions
supertransform
supertransformation
supertransformations

Literary usage of Supertonics

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A System of Harmony: Founded on Key Relationship, by Means of which a by Hugh Archibald Clarke (1898)
"... which their Roots are the supertonics. The major ninth is stationary. The minor ninth ascends chromatically in Major keys, is stationary in minor keys. ..."

2. The Nature of Music: Original Harmony in One Voice by Julius Klauser (1909)
"... those of the two supertonics 11, and J/°,. These chords are next analyzed in the order of their mention. I? is a compound of the primaries I and V; ..."

3. The Nature of Music: Original Harmony in One Voice by Julius Klauser (1909)
"... those of the two supertonics n7 and Ii°r These chords are next analyzed in the order of their mention. 17 is a compound of the primaries I and V; ..."

4. The Nature of Music: Original Harmony in One Voice by Julius Klauser (1909)
"... and Vli\ those of the two supertonics n7 and //°7. These chords are next analyzed in the order of their mention. I? is a compound of the primaries I and ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Supertonics

Search for Supertonics on Dictionary.com!Search for Supertonics on Thesaurus.com!Search for Supertonics on Google!Search for Supertonics on Wikipedia!

Search