ch12 - to inverted chords. Exercise 12.1d 1. Name the...

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Basic Organization of Music Answer Keys Exercise 12.1a 1. Name the chords of the root position example below. I V I IV I IV I V I 2. Harmonize the melody below by writing root position primary chords in the bass staff. Exercise 12.1b 1. Indicate which chords are open (O) and which are close (C) form. O C O C O C O C O 2. Re-harmonize the melody below, substituting open form chords.
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Exercise 12.1c 1. Name the chords, using superscripts to indicate inversions. 2. Re-harmonize the melody below, changing some of the chords from 12.1b 2.
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Unformatted text preview: to inverted chords. Exercise 12.1d 1. Name the chords, using superscripts to indicate inversions: 2. Re-harmonize the melody below, incorporating some modal harmonies. Exercise 12.1e Name the chords, including the secondary dominants. Circle the chromatic progression in the bass. I V 6 V 7 of IV IV 6 I 6 IV V 7 of V V 7 I 1. Re-harmonize the melody below, incorporating some chromatic harmonies. Exercise 12.3 Write the melody of Auld Lang Syne below, using the section and repeat signs as shown to abbreviate the melody....
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2010 for the course WFSC XDVBCX taught by Professor Sgfdb during the Spring '10 term at Simon Fraser.

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