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16.6: Practice Exercises

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    16.6 Practice Exercises

    1.

    Analyze the triads with lead-sheet symbols above and Roman numerals with figured bass inversion symbols below the staff.

    PRAC-EXER-figured-bass-analyze-triads-in-treb.svg

    Answer.

    2.

    Analyze the seventh chords with lead-sheet symbols above and Roman numerals with figured bass inversion symbols below the staff.

    PRAC-EXER-figured-bass-analyze-sevenths-in-treb.svg

    Answer.

    3.

    Label the given chords using lead-sheet symbols above and Roman numerals with figured bass inversion symbols below.

    PRAC-EXER-figured-bass-analyze.svg

    Answer.

    4.

    Write the specified chords. Analyze the chords with lead-sheet symbols. Include key signatures.

    PRAC-EXER-figured-bass-writing.svg

    Answer.

    5.

    Analyze the excerpt using Roman numerals with figured bass inversion symbols below and lead-sheet symbols above. Analyze non-chord tones.

    PRAC-EXER-figured-bass-bach-chorale-analysis.svg

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    Figure \(\PageIndex{1}\): J.S. Bach, Chorale 175, “Jesus, meine Zuversicht”

    Answer.

    Click here to download the homework assignment for this chapter. PDF versions of the textbook, homework exercises, and practice exercises can be found at musictheory.pugetsound.edu


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