For centuries, the study of harmony has treated the third as the default interval for building chords. But why? Well, some pretty good reasons, actually, but that's no reason not to play around with other options. Building chords with seconds, fourths, and others (Collectively called Non-Tertian Harmony) allows you to create different sounds and evoke different feelings, ones less tied to the functional world of regular harmony.
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Practice Exercises: http://12tonevideos.blogspot.com/2016/07/chords-without-thirds-whole-new.html
The Harmonic Series Video: https://youtu.be/Q8ITu0EASL4
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