AP Music Theory Review Chp 13

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Secondary function harmony

you have a leading tone relationship in a new key

IF you have an accidental that resolves upward by a half step, THEN...

to the temporary tonic in the next chord (resolve 4ths and 7ths in the new key)

Secondary chords resolve ______.

dominant and diminished leading tone (and their 7ths)

Usual secondary chord tones (dominant function)

V/V

major key: II

V/vi

major key: III

V/ii

major key: VI

V7/IV

major key: I7

V/V, leading tone relationship in So

aural: Fi-So NOT as a leading tone( i.e. as an essential part of the chord)

cannot serve as a temporary tonic

Diminished or augmented chords ____.

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