Excerpt of Mozart's Magic Flute with markings by Reti, 1958.
- x = return to tonic near inevitable
- circled x = possible but not inevitable
- circle = impossible
See also: Image:Mozart-_Magic_Flute.mp3: Image:Mozart-_Magic_Flute.mp3.
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- Its inclusion in the article adds significantly to the article because it shows properties of tonality and melodies.
- Reti, Rudolph (1958). Tonality, Atonality, Pantonality: A study of some trends in twentieth century music. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press. ISBN 0313204780.
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