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English: A model of a period consisting of two periods, the first ending in an incomplete half cadence, the second ending in a more complete perfect authentic cadence. This model is compiled from the general commonalities of
  • Benjamin, Thomas; Horvit, Michael; and Nelson, Robert (2003). Techniques and Materials of Music, p.252. 7th edition. Thomson Schirmer. ISBN 0495500542.
  • Cooper, Paul (1973). Perspectives in Music Theory, p.48. Dodd, Mead, and Co. ISBN 0396067522.
  • Kostka, Stefan and Payne, Dorothy (1995). Tonal Harmony, p.162. Third edition. McGraw-Hill. ISBN 0073000566.
Some sources list only HC and PAC, or only list "cadence" at the end of both phrases. Sources that label "incomplete" and "complete" may use "progressive" and "terminal" or other variants.
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