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Exercises 16.6 Practice Exercises

1.

Analyze the triads with lead-sheet symbols above and Roman numerals with figured bass inversion symbols below the staff.

Answer
  • Lead-sheet: 1. \(\left.\text{C}\middle/\text{G}\right.\); 2. \(\left.\text{B}^{\circ}{}\middle/\text{D}\right.\); 3. \(\left.\text{Dm}\middle/\text{A}\right.\); 4. \(\left.\text{G}\right.\)

  • Figured bass: 1. \(\left.\text{I}^{6}_{4}\right.\); 2. \(\left.\text{vii}^{\circ}{}^{6}\right.\); 3. \(\left.\text{ii}^{6}_{4}\right.\); 4. \(\left.\text{V}\right.\)

2.

Analyze the seventh chords with lead-sheet symbols above and Roman numerals with figured bass inversion symbols below the staff.

Answer
  • Lead-sheet: 1. \(\left.\text{Em7}\middle/\text{G}\right.\); 2. \(\left.\text{G7}\middle/\text{F}\right.\); 3. \(\left.\text{Cmaj7}\middle/\text{G}\right.\); 4. \(\left.\text{Fmaj7}\right.\)

  • Figured bass: 1. \(\left.\text{iii}^{6}_{5}\right.\); 2. \(\left.\text{V}^{4}_{2}\right.\); 3. \(\left.\text{IM}^{4}_{3}\right.\); 4. \(\left.\text{IVM}^{7}\right.\)

3.

Label the given chords using lead-sheet symbols above and Roman numerals with figured bass inversion symbols below.

Answer
  • Lead-sheet: 1. \(\left.\text{D}^{\circ}{}\middle/\text{F}\right.\); 2. \(\left.\text{A}^{\circ}{}^{7}\middle/\text{G}\right.\); 3. \(\left.\text{E}^ø{}^{7}\right.\); 4. \(\left.\text{Dmaj7}\middle/\text{F}^{♯}\right.\)

  • Figured bass: 1. \(\left.\text{ii}^{\circ}{}^{6}\right.\); 2. \(\left.\text{vii}^{\circ}{}^{4}_{2}\right.\); 3. \(\left.\text{vii}^ø{}^{7}\right.\); 4. \(\left.\text{IM}^{6}_{5}\right.\)

4.

Write the specified chords. Analyze the chords with lead-sheet symbols. Include key signatures.

5.

Analyze the excerpt using Roman numerals with figured bass inversion symbols below and lead-sheet symbols above. Analyze non-chord tones.

Figure 16.6.1. J.S. Bach, Chorale 175, “Jesus, meine Zuversicht”

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