REVISED THEORY II HOMEWORK 7

REVISED THEORY II HOMEWORK 7 - B - D #- F #- A In B minor,...

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Name_______________________________ Theory II (Music Studies 1712) Homework #7 Provide a Roman numeral analysis, with inversion numbers, for the following excerpt. You should analyze the entire excerpt in B-flat major—there are NO modulations. The harmonic rhythm is one chord per quarter note throughout (although measure 14 makes more sense if the last quarter is divided into a dotted eighth and a sixteenth, one chord each). Finally, identify the sequence bracketed in mm. 20-22 (look at root motion!).
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Homework #6, pg. 2 For each of the following, generate V7/V chords as specified. Check your accidentals! In A major, V7/V is:
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Unformatted text preview: B - D #- F #- A In B minor, V7/V is: _____________________ In G b major, V7/V is: _____________________ In C minor, V7/V is: _____________________ In F minor, V7/V is: _____________________ In D # minor, V7/V is: _____________________ In E b major, V7/V is: _____________________ In E minor, V7/V is: _____________________ In D b major, V7/V is: _____________________ In F # major, V7/V is: _____________________ In C major, V7/V is: _____________________ In G minor, V7/V is: _____________________ In B major, V7/V is: _____________________ In A b major, V7/V is: _____________________...
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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.

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