Step by step demo of how to use drones and parallel fifths to create convincing pseudo-medieval harmony for non-ionian tunes. There are no dominants or subdominants: just a the droned keynote and the tune's tonal pole (its counterpoise, the other tonal constellation it goes to). These quartal chords sound much better than the those tired old tertial triads!. "The Tailor and the Mouse" (hexatonic minor) is used as an example. On-screen illustration, notation and animation. Teaching material for classes in Popular Music Analysis.