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Unformatted text preview: numbers, below the staff. b) Dominant 7 th chords (without resolutions). Hear the dominant 7 th chord based on where you expect it to resolve: V7 resolves up by fourth or down by fifth to I, V6/5 resolves up by half-step to I, V4/3 resolves down by step to I or up by step to I6, V4/2 resolves down by half-step to I6 IV. Rhythm a) Perform Starer #45, #59 b) Starer #46, #47; in simple meters count 1-e-and-a, 2-e-and-a, etc.; in compound meters count 1-and-a, 2-and-a, etc. NB Practice these exercises with a metronome to ensure that the changing subdivisions don’t change your tempo! c) Learn Starer #46, #47 for next week...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2011 for the course MUSIC STUD 1712 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '10 term at Temple.
- Spring '10