movement of chords where the ROOT (not necessarily bass) of each chord is a diatonic fifth below the previous one
progression by thirds
movement of chords where root of each chord is either up or down by a third from the previous one
progression by seconds
movement of chords where root of each chord is either up or down to the next note in the scale (ex I IV V I in major)
The more a chord is inverted, the ____ its function, or the more it functions like another chord b/c the root is ambiguous.
place on a weak beat, resolve to a consonant interval
Pay attention to 4th's against the bass: need to (1) ___ (2) _______ with passing, pedal, or arpeggiated function.
prolong tonic function
IV(64) chord is often used at the beginning of a phrase to ___ in a pedal (64) chord because Do is in the bass
only kind of 64 chord found on a strong beat, commonly I(64) prolonging dominant function and resolving to V (I(64)-V7-I)