For by this principle of tonality, melody and harmony as we know them became possible.
The tonality of the music of the ancients was wholly artificial and unreal.
It is necessary therefore to collect the scanty notices which we possess bearing upon the tonality of Greek music.
The episode you quote moves evidently in the tonality of G minor.
Here, again, Wagner uses uncertainty of tonality to produce an effect of mystery in his music.
It is a moaning and wailing theme, accompanied by harmonies shifting in tonality.
We have seen that this tonality of the watch dog's cries is competent to indicate that a person is coming to the house.
But the difficulty is to prove the mode or first tonality of these gamuts.
In his compositions in Grieg-ton Smith has seized the fascinating looseness of the Griegorian tonality and its whimsicality.
Independently of themes, the rough edge of tonality and the vigorous primitive rhythms are expressive of the Slav feeling.