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23.4: Practice Exercises

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    Day One

    1.

    Notate the specified chord, resolve it, then notate and resolve the enharmonic respelling(s).

    PRAC-EXER-enh-mod-respell-g-Ger.svg

    Answer.

    2.

    For the following Roman numeral progressions, label the chords with lead-sheet symbols, specify the new key, and notate all of the chords in the appropriate inversion on the staff below. The enharmonic pivot chord can be spelled correctly in only one of the two keys.

    PRAC-EXER-enh-mod-analyze-RN-1.svg

    Answer.

    3.

    Analyze with lead-sheet symbols and Roman numerals and label the enharmonic pivot chords in the examples below.

    PRAC-EXER-enh-mod-analyze-simple-enh-mod-1.svg

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    Figure \(\PageIndex{1}\):

    Answer.

    Day Two

    4.

    Notate the specified chord, resolve it, then notate and resolve the enharmonic respelling(s).

    PRAC-EXER-enh-mod-respell-Eb-vii.svg

    Answer.

    5.

    Analyze with lead-sheet symbols and Roman numerals and label the enharmonic pivot chords in the examples below.

    PRAC-EXER-enh-mod-analyze-simple-dim-enh-mod-1.svg

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    Figure \(\PageIndex{2}\):

    Answer.

    Click here to download the first homework assignment for this chapter. Click here to download the second homework assignment for this chapter. Click here to download the Unit 6 Practice Test.


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