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# Lesson_29_Key - Chapter 5 Triads and Seventh Chords 3r5...

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Chapter 5: Triads and Seventh Chords 3r5 Name: Date: Instr-uctor's Name: Lessox 29: ExrnctsEs .'-:-, Use Roman numerals and fieured bass numbers to identifi' these G: i'i .,o vll r "i f g'gt rt ,if6 vr f Jf I u,,f g- Eb 1- e,: f, t il|"' x3r Tb u- f T" #f I:N triads in major keys CD-ROM €> u * 6 €> F: t g 6to I E

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Chapter 5: Triads and Seventh Chords ,G. f.ilo. .") \:/ CD-ROM 2'-r You are given a major key and a Roman numbers. Write the appropriate triad. numeral with figured bass F: V Bb: vii"6 A: 16 +,.--.' a. lse- at a i^. .6 ; ;u: ll" j Eb:IV G: V6 b. 4c. A: V6 F:lV6 Bb: 16 G:ii Eb: vi G: vii'6 A: vii'6 Bb: V G: IV F: V6 Eb: V6 D:IV6 Use Roman numerals and figured bass numbers to identify triads in these works. a. Haydn, String Quartet (disregard the notes in parentheses-they are embellishing notes and do not belong to any triad. In this pas- sage, there is one triad per measure. The passage begins and ends
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## This note was uploaded on 05/13/2010 for the course ECON 323 taught by Professor Jakes during the Spring '10 term at Alcorn State.

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