Event Title

Producing Music Using Negative Harmony

Presenter Information

Jeremy Ahn, Andrews UniversityFollow

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Session

Department of Music

Event Website

https://www.andrews.edu/services/research/research_events/conferences/urs_honors_poster_symposium/index.html

Start Date

3-26-2021 2:20 PM

End Date

3-26-2021 2:40 PM

Department

Music

Description

This project uses Negative Harmony as a basis and reference point for producing original songs in the style of instrumental jazz and funk. Negative harmony is a loose term that describes a technique of reharmonization made popular by musician Jacob Collier. While negative harmony is best understood as a reharmonization technique, I am essentially writing new songs with chord progressions that strive to replace common chord progressions with their negative harmony counterparts. I ultimately seek to make music with unconventional but viable harmonies and grow as a musician in the process.

Acknowledgments

Advisor: Max Keller

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Producing Music Using Negative Harmony

This project uses Negative Harmony as a basis and reference point for producing original songs in the style of instrumental jazz and funk. Negative harmony is a loose term that describes a technique of reharmonization made popular by musician Jacob Collier. While negative harmony is best understood as a reharmonization technique, I am essentially writing new songs with chord progressions that strive to replace common chord progressions with their negative harmony counterparts. I ultimately seek to make music with unconventional but viable harmonies and grow as a musician in the process.

https://digitalcommons.andrews.edu/honors-undergraduate-poster-symposium/2021/symposium/27