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REVISED THEORY II HOMEWORK 11

REVISED THEORY II HOMEWORK 11 - Analyze the following...

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Name_______________________________ Theory II (Music Studies 1712) Homework #11 Review Laitz pages 556-558, then complete the following sequences with secondary chords. For each: 1) Preserve the voicing/melodic contour of the opening. 2) Provide Roman numerals, with inversion numbers. 3) Check your work by playing through the sequences at the piano.
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Unformatted text preview: Analyze the following excerpt that includes a sequence with secondary dominants. This excerpt includes many V9 chords, but the principal is the same as with V7s. Analyze the entire excerpt by providing Roman numerals with inversions, bracket and identify the sequence on the music, and identify the closing cadence. Homework #11, pg. 3...
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