## Section29.5Practice Exercises

Day One

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Analyze the figured bass to provide Roman numerals in the blanks below the staff, then voice lead the progression. Include the key signature.

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Voice lead the following Roman numeral progression. Include the key signature. Add the following non–chord tones: 1 suspension, 1 passing tone, 1 anticipation, and 3 neighbor tones.

Notice that the chords on beats 5 and 6 are consecutive first inversion chords (even though one is a 7th chord), therefore the third is doubled on $\left.\text{I}^{6}\right.$ to avoid parallel fifths.

Day Two

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Analyze the figured bass to provide Roman numerals in the blanks below the staff, then voice lead the progressions in chorale style. Include the key signatures. Include one suspension in each measure.

Day Three

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Analyze the figured bass to provide Roman numerals in the blanks below the staff. Voice lead the progressions in chorale style. Include the key signatures.

Day Four

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Voice lead the following Roman numeral progression. Include the key signature. Add the following non–chord tones: an escape tone, a 4–3 suspension, an anticipation, and a passing tone.