WS 47: Brain Teasers IINAMEA. Triads1.is the fifth of the minor triad whose root is the submediant of the major scale that has a signatureof two flats.2.is the third of the augmented triad whose fifth is the leading tone of the harmonic form of theminor scale that has a signature of one sharp.3.is the sixth above the bass of the first-inversion minor triad whose root is the supertonic of themajor scale whose relative minor has a signature of four flats.4.is the fourth above the bass of the second-inversion minor triad whose triadic third is the raisedsubmediant of the minor scale whose parallel major has a signature of three sharps.5.is the bass of the first-inversion diminished triad whose triadic fifth is a P4 above the mediant of
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