When the root of a triad is its lowest note, the chord is in ___________ position
When there is a change in the relative position of the notes from root position, or in other words, when a note other than the root of the triad is in the bass voice, the triad is ___________
A first inversion triad has the _______ of the chord in the bass voice.
Which notes are generally doubled in first inversion primary triads
I, IV, V
What is the complete figuring for a first inversion triad with the root doubled,__________ and how is it abbreviated?
663, 63, or 6
What note is doubled by the figured bass V663 in the key of Ab Major? Note name, _________ and scale degree _________
The figured bass for a triad with the 5th doubled is __________
The figured bass for a triad with the 3rd doubled is ________
IV6 to V6 is available in Major. Why is iv6 to V6 not written in minor?
Aug. 2nd in the bass voice (dissonant intervals not allowed)
What stipulation, in regard to voice motion, must be followed when voicing a phrygian cadence
subdominant to dominant voice leading in the soprano
A second inversion triad has the _______ of the chord in the bass voice
Which note is always doubled in second inversion traids, __________ and what is figured bass? __________
Second inversion chords are commonly called
The most widely used of all second inversions is the
Usually, the 6th and 4th above the bass note of a cadential six-four resolve
A cadential six-four and its resolution, usually appear in what type a rhythmic relationship
A passing six-four chord appears between
I & I6 and IV & IV6
What passing six-four may appear between I and I6
What passing six-four may appear between IV6 and IV
Passing six-four chords must appear in what type of rhythmic position
Describe an auxiliary six-four
occurs between 2 root position chords
Auxiliary six-four chords must appear in what type of rhythmic position
Describe an arpeggiated six-four chord.
i64 preceded or bollowed by i or i6
Concerning arpeggiated six-four chords, which voice is arpeggiated