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Last reply by: Sepand Shahab
Tue Jan 29, 2013 9:34 PM

Post by Tendayi Sutherland on January 29, 2013

Hi Sepand ,

Thank you very much for your lecture , which was most informative .

I was wondering what you meant at 6;30 secs when describing the dissonance created in the I64 Chord ? Why is it dissonant? and what do you mean by double upper neighbor motion ?

I was also wondering , at 8.26 , you move the I64 to a I6 changing the voicing , it looks to me like there is a parrallel 5th between the C & G from the 64 to 6 chord - does this 5th not count because we have held the voices in the same position for the previous 3 beats?



Part Writing Second Inversion Triads

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Objectives 0:08
  • Passing Second Inversion Chords 0:28
    • Start At Base Line
  • Neighboring Second Inversion Chords 3:03
    • Why It's Called Neighboring
  • The Cadential Second Inversion Chord 4:28
    • Tips to Remember
  • Arpeggiating Bass Second Inversion Chords 7:12
  • Example 1 8:33
  • Example 2 10:52
  • Example 3 13:11
  • Example 4 15:01