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ArtistWorks Vocal School Lessons: Singing Parallel Harmony -NEW!

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Parallel harmony has the melody and
the harmony walking step by step,
note for note with each other like this.
So like Three Blind Mice.
And there's the harmony.
All right,
though that's not the song really that I'm
going to give you as an illustration.
I'm gonna bring on Michael to help me
illustrate parallel harmony.
All right?
>> Yep.
>> One, two, three, four.
So you noticed
that his harmony was
below my melody.
Or, we could put the harmony above.
In this case, below.
Nonetheless, he walked note for note with
Let's do it again?
>> Okay.
>> Three, four.
parallel harmony.