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Lesson_28_Key - Chapter5 : T rjadsa nd S eventh hords C 301...

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"+ Name Date: Instructor's Name: Lrssox 28: ExEncrsES You are girren triads in root position (the figured bass is i). Rewrite them in first inversion (figured bass: $) and second inversion (figured bass: !). Chapter 5: Trjads and Seventh Chords 301 CD-ROM 5 cml 6 Cml o Cm+ 66 Dml Dm+ D3 D+ E: Eq 566 Fm3 Fm+ 6 Gml o E*. 6 Bm3 o Am3 b Bo4 b+: o Do. 5 L) ) G3 b 6 Gq .o cil'; cfl'; cf, "; 5 Dmr r!:-2. Write triads as indicated. Remember that ! signifies root position, $ signifies first inversion, and signifies second inversion. In the al- phabetic chord symbols, a capital letter stands for a major triad, a low- ercase m for a minor triad, and o for a diminished triad. If there is a letter after a slash, that is the bass note. o ., o Lll-3 Dfi"; ) L A Ffl it
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Fm/Ab 308 Chapter 5: Triads and Seventh Chords F+f\ €J D-ROM lr-1\ w' CD-ROM Ff, YA ?-ii 3. You are given triads in first or second inversion. Rewrite them in root position. Remember that you can always write a triad in root position on three adjacent lines or spaces of the staff. Identifu the boxed triads by chord symbol (e.g., G for G major, Gm for
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