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Extempore Playing
(5) The chromatic neighbours may be attacked at once, without preparation, on the principle of 'ellipse.' This last is a favourite method, and is very commonly found in all kinds of music in company with the diatonic neigh­bours; e.g.,
Taking the chord-line as an example, the following may be used upon it: 77
These may be played with 3rds and 6ths as well as augmented 4ths and. diminished 5ths: 78
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