Definition of Submediant. Meaning of Submediant. Synonyms of Submediant

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Definition of Submediant

Submediant
Submediant Sub*me"di*ant, n. (Mus.) The sixth tone of the scale; the under mediant, or third below the keynote; the superdominant.
submediant
Superdominant Su`per*dom"i*nant, n. (Mus.) The sixth tone of the scale; that next above the dominant; -- called also submediant.

Meaning of Submediant from wikipedia

- In music, the submediant is the sixth degree () of a diatonic scale. The submediant ("lower mediant") is named thus because it is halfway between the...
- Chromatic submediants in major (all the progressions below are tonic–x–tonic, vi = I–vi–I) vi VI ♭VI ♭vi Problems playing these files? See media help...
- for their function: tonic, supertonic, mediant, subdominant, dominant, submediant, subtonic or leading note (leading tone in the United States), and tonic...
- major, modulates to the submediant G major, and String Quartet No. 13 in the same key modulating to the flattened submediant key of G♭ major. Tchaikovsky...
- In music, a major seventh chord is a seventh chord in which the third is a major third above the root and the seventh is a major seventh above the root...
- or significance. For example, the secondary triad on the sixth degree [submediant] of the scale of C major, a-c-e, or rather c-e-a, is a Tonic 'parallel...
- Mediant - D-sharp minor Subdominant - E major Dominant - F-sharp major Submediant - G-sharp minor Leading-tone - A-sharp diminished Major and minor List...
- Mediant - D-flat major Subdominant - E-flat minor Dominant - F minor Submediant - G-flat major Subtonic - A-flat major B-flat minor is traditionally a...
- pseudo-phrygian, in which the seventh and often fifth are given prominence, and submediant-octave mode. Some mediant-octave mode examples are: Ludwig van Beethoven's...
- Mediant – A-flat major Subdominant – B-flat minor Dominant – C minor Submediant – D-flat major Subtonic – E-flat major Famous pieces in the key of F minor...