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Section 10.13 Practice Exercises

1

Fill in the blanks in the following table.

Non–Chord Tone Type Approached by Left by
same tone step up
leap in opposite direction
step step in same direction
leap
Answer
Non–Chord Tone Type Approached by Left by
RETARDATION same tone step up
ESCAPE TONE STEP leap in opposite direction
PASSING TONE step step in same direction
APPOGGIATURA leap STEP
2

Analyze the harmonies with lead–sheet symbols above the staff and Roman numerals below. Add the following non–chord tones: two suspensions, one passing tone, and one appoggiatura. Do not add non–chord tones to the bass.

Answer

Lead–sheet: \(\text{B}^♭\), \(\text{D}\)m, \(\text{E}^♭\), \(\text{F}\)

Rom. num.: I, iii, IV, V

3

Analyze the harmonies with lead–sheet symbols above the staff and Roman numerals below, then analyze the non–chord tones.

  1. Holland—Dozier—Holland, “Stop! In the Name of Love” (YouTube)

  2. Robert Schumann, Dichterliebe, Op. 48, 1. “Im wunderschönen Monat Mai” (YouTube)

Answer

a. “Stop! In the Name of Love” example

Lead–sheet symbols: Am, G/B, F, G

Roman numerals: vi, V/3rd, IV IVM7, V

Measure 2: 7–6 suspension in voice part and in right hand of piano, appoggiatura in left hand of piano

Measure 3: 9–8 suspension (or incomplete neighbor) in voice part and right hand of piano

Measure 4: 6–5 suspension in voice and right hand of piano

b. Robert Schumann example

Pickup measure: appoggiatura in right hand of piano;

Measure 1: appoggiatura in left hand of piano; 7–6 suspension, appoggiatura in right hand of piano; Roman numeral: iv/3rd

Measure 2: appoggiatura in right hand; Roman numeral: V7

Measure 3: anticipation, appoggiatura in voice part; appoggiatura in right hand; Roman numeral: ii/3rd, V7, Lead–sheet symbol: E7

Measure 4: 4–3 suspension; appoggiatura in right hand; Roman numeral: I, Lead–sheet symbol: A

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