Exercises 17.7 Practice Exercises
Approach each chord with its secondary dominant seventh chord (whose root lies a perfect 5th above the root of the chord of resolution). Label chords with Roman numerals below and lead–sheet symbols above.
Analyze the following secondary dominants. Include lead-sheet symbols above.
On the empty staff below, copy the notes from the upper staff to the lower staff while adding the specified non–chord tones. (Note: LNT = lower neighbor tone; UNT = upper neighbor tone.) Realize the lead–sheet symbols using quarter–note accompanimental texture. Below the lower staff, analyze the chords using Roman numerals with figured bass inversion symbols.
Write the following secondary dominants. Include lead-sheet symbols above. Include key signatures.
For the following example, alter the given motives as specified. Add an accompanimental texture of afterbeats. Analyze the Roman numerals with figured bass inversion symbols below the staff.
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