Harmony – Music Theory 101
When notes or a chord or harmony sound simultaneously it can produce stability or tension. These two types of harmonies are referred to as: CONSONANCE. Harmony that is stable, non active, agreeable, free of tension, blending and resolved. DISSONANCE. Harmony that is unstable, in opposition, conflicting, jarring and unresolved.
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