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This Week’s Challenge:
In counterpoint, describe the difference between the double neighbor and the cambiata.
Post your reply and come back Friday, May 27th for the answer!
ANSWER for 5/23/22
The double neighbor and cambiata are closely related as non-harmonic tones. They both involve two neighbor tones and skip away from a dissonance. But a double neighbor returns to the chord tone it started on, while the cambiata does not. Watch the video clip at right:
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