In Harmony, the _____ refers specifically to the diatonic chord which appears on the dominant scale degree. In minor the chord is borrowed from its parallel major just as is the dominant triad.
dominant seventh chord
An interval of a tritone appears between the _____ of the dominant seventh chord.
third and seventh (leading tone and subdominant scale degrees)
Dissonant harmonic intervals such as the tritone of the dominant seventh chord require specific _____.
A regular resolution occurs when the _____. This is the most common resolution and satisfies the melody pull of the tendency tones.
third (leading tone) resolves up to the root of the tonic chord and the seventh (subdominant) resolves down to the third of the tonic chord
When the seventh of a dominant seventh chord appears in an upper voice and the chord
progresses to a first inversion tonic chord, an _____ must occur. The Bass voice has taken the note of resolution (third of the tonic chord) and the _____. This will often produce harmonic intervals of a diminished fifth followed by a perfect fifth. This is called _____ and is acceptable under such circumstances.
seventh in the upper voice will rise to the fifth of the tonic chord
No new guidelines are required for approaching a dominant seventh chord except for the _____. The_____ is considered a dissonance and should not be approached by disjunct motion from above. This is a carry-over from 16th century contrapuntal technique, which required that _____.
melodic approach to the seventh
seventh of the dominant seventh chord
no accented dissonance be approached in such a manner
Figured bass for a dominant seventh chord is:
7 5 3, 7 5 #3, or 7 5 /3 with the accepted abbreviation of 7 or 7 #.
In root position, the root of the dominant seventh may be doubled and the fifth omitted with a figure bass of:
8 7 3, 8 7 #3, or 8 7 /3.
The 7 5 3 voicing is called...
The 8 7 3 is called...
When a complete root position dominant seventh resolves to a root position tonic chord, the tonic chord will be_____. When an incomplete root position dominant seventh resolves to a tonic chord in root position, _____.
incomplete (fifth omitted)
the tonic chord will be complete
When the dominant seventh chord appears in inversion a complete spelling will be used. The figured bass for a first inversion dominant seventh is _____.It resolves to a root position tonic chord
6 5 3, abbreviated 6 5.
When the dominant seventh chord appears in second inversion, it must pass ____. This requires an _____. When it occurs between I6 and I, _____is required.
between I and I6
Figured bass for a second inversion dominant seventh is:
6 4 3, #6 4 3, or 6 4 3, abbreviated 4 3 in major keys.
With the addition of a fourth note to a chord, a _____ is possible. When the _____ is the lowest sounding note (Bass voice) the _____ is created.
seventh of the dominant seventh
Figured bass for a third inversion dominant seventh is:
6 4 2, 6 #4 2, or 6 /4 2, abbreviated 4 2, #4 2, or /4 2 (sometimes 2).
A third inversion dominant seventh will always resolve to a...
...I6 but is still a regular resolution because the seventh in the Bass voice does resolve to the tonic chord.
The dominant seventh chord primarily progresses to the _____. Occasionally, the dominant seventh chord may occur in a dominant seventh to
subdominant to dominant seventh chord succession. When this occurs, the _____ must be maintained as a common tone from chord to chord. This delays the resolution of the first seventh. The seventh ultimately resolves to the _____.
subdominant scale degree
mediant scale degree