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Section 11.6 Practice Exercises

Day One:

1

For the following examples:

  • Analyze motives using numbers (1, 2, etc.)

  • Label lead-sheet symbols and Roman numerals when blanks are provided

  • Label non-chord tones for notes in parentheses

(Note: Even though there are 11 blanks for motives, there are only six motives in this example due to motivic alteration.)

Figure 11.6.1 Franks, Puth, Thomaz, “See You Again”
2

For the following example, alter the given motives as specified. Also, provide lead-sheet symbols and Roman numerals and analyze non-chord tones.

3

For the following example:

  • Write the lead-sheet symbols

  • Write the chords as whole notes in the bass clef staff

  • Analyze non-chord tones, including the ones you write

  • Alter the given motives as specified to fit the harmony

  • Specify the cadence

Day Two:

4

For the following example:

  • Analyze the motives using numbers (1, 2, etc.), noting motivic alterations when applicable

  • Analyze subphrases using letters and primes (a, a’, b, etc.)

  • Label lead-sheet symbols and Roman numerals when blanks are provided

  • Label non-chord tones for notes in parentheses

Figure 11.6.2 Robert Schumann, Album for the Young, Op. 68, No. 16, “First Loss”

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