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In this video we take a look at how to go about harmonising a Chorale in the style of JS Bach.

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Learn how to go about harmonising a Chorale in the style of JS Bach. Starting with the rules of basic harmony writing, enhancing pieces with the use of suspensions and passing notes, before looking at how to work a chorale exercise. This series, presented to you by ABRSM Examiner Gareth Green, will guide you through each area step by step in a clear and informative manor, lesson by lesson.

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  • Comments

    Mátyás Hale says:

    Hello Sir,
    I just have one question regarding the Bach rules of the leading note rising to the tonic…
    Is this also necessary in the soprano melody? Because the Soprano melody has a leading note but it is followed by a B, not a D. Is this allowed?
    Of course, I am not accusing you of making a mistake, but I want to know if I can use a leading note which doesn't lead to the tonic in my soprano parts.
    I'm sorry for any inconvenience this has caused
    All the best 🙂

    Ákos Petik says:

    Thank you for your lesson. Very usefull.

    Erick Conrado says:

    thank you! It helped me a lot!

    Shannon Clarke says:

    I love your teaching style!!

    Mark K says:

    What a great video. Learned a ton. Thank you.

    Alber Bosqué says:

    Thank you very much for this excellent tutorial

    Alex Mitchell says:

    I'm sorry but I'm pretty sure a bass can't sing a middle D. And also my music teacher told me the alto and tenor can't leap and in the 5th bar it does.

    Dasa Mersafara says:

    You are an excellent teacher. Bring more videos to Youtube.The students will thank you!

    football fan says:

    Surely very few serious composers would approach any composition in such a mechanical way. Wouldn't Bach have simply heard the 4 voices in his head and written down what he heard? I mean, perhaps he would have tinkered with it, rather than compose it all in one clean sweep, but he would have been working with sounds rather than mute symbols.

    Laura Rinnovati says:

    Perfect lesson!!

    Solarbear says:

    This lesson is great! Thank you for uploading!!

    Polo Bear says:

    Excellent lesson!!!!

    Chris Button says:

    Absolutely beautiful for such a quick composition.

    On a site note, I think I noticed a consecutive fifth between the Alto and Tenor in the fifth bar from the minim to the crotchet when the phrase is changing. Is that right?

    Thanks for posting this video, I felt like I learned a lot more about chorales.

    MatheusDinizsr says:

    Great! I'm going to check for those skype lessons

    Joseph Lowe says:

    Very well explained! Thank you very much indeed!

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