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I´m  CRAZY to have IT !!!!!

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I did my own chord symbols for all the FORTE Structures (p. 361 of Dissertation ). Just in case...

Some have Strange names, specially the chords that contain a Chromatic Cluster.

Best,

Julio

 

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