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This is an introduction to some very basic harmonic concepts as applied to Fernando Sor's Opus 35 # 1 in C major. The tonic C and dominant G harmonic passages are bracketed and labeled below. The bracketed passages all have either the note C or the note G as the bass note.
As you learn to look for the tonic C and dominant G notes within the bass regions of pieces in the key of C it is a good guess that the other notes of the same area will belong to those harmonies. (At times you will find exceptions: further harmonic study will clarify this.) In time you can learn to recognize these harmonic patterns.
Also keep in mind that the notes C and G can function in other ways than as the roots of the C and G chords. It reflects the genius of our musical language that the same note can function in many ways.
But mostly they will function in their primary role as roots of the chords to which they give their name.
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