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Unit One The Tonic Chord
Unit Three The Dominant Seventh Chord
Unit Seven First Inversions of Triads
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accompaniment styles Alberti bass Allegretto alto and tenor Analyze the chord Andante authentic cadence bass tone Beethoven blocking the chords Brahms cadences and form cello chord background chord by numeral chord patterns chord tone consequent phrase dominant chord doubled fifth flat major following melodies G major Handel harmonic rhythm Harmonize the following Haydn Identify the cadences identifying each chord identifying the chords Improvise keys of G leading tone leading-tone left hand letter name major and minor Mendelssohn Menuetto minor keys minor scale Mozart Name each chord Neapolitan sixth non-harmonic tones Note numeral and inversion octave original key original motive perfect authentic cadence Perfect Cadence piano pivot chord Play pattern play the chord Play the following Play the melody Play the opening progression repeated resolves rhythmic right hand Schubert Schumann second phrase Semi semi-cadence sequence skip solo Sonata soprano tonic chord Transpose the accompaniment triad VII7 viola violin voice leading