Unit 7: Harmony and Voice Leading IV: Secondary Function

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fifth degree

It is usually a major chord built on the ________ of the target chord.

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four part writing

In ________, the fifth of the secondary dominant can be omitted if necessary to avoid voice leading errors.

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Suffixes

________ and prefixes are added to chord symbols to indicate their function in a progression.

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Secondary key

Key that is not the primary key of a piece of music but is used temporarily to create a sense of tension or contrast

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Temporary tonic

The note that becomes the new tonal center when a secondary key is used

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Closely related keys

Keys that share many of the same notes as the primary key

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Secondary dominant

Dominant chord that is not in the primary key but is used to tonicize a chord in a secondary key

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Secondary dominant

A chord that functions as the dominant of a chord other than the tonic

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Regular resolution

A type of resolution in which the leading tone of a chord resolves upwards to the tonic

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Irregular resolution

A type of resolution in which the leading tone of a chord resolves downwards to a note other than the tonic

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Deceptive resolution

A type of resolution in which the leading tone of a chord resolves to a chord other than the expected tonic

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Deceptive motion

A harmonic motion that leads the listener to expect a certain chord, but instead, a different chord is played

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Tonicizing deceptive motion

A technique where a deceptive cadence is used to establish a new key

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most common secondary dominants

  • V/V (the dominant of the dominant)

  • V/ii (the dominant of the supertonic)

  • V/IV (the dominant of the subdominant)

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most common suffixes

"7" and "maj7"

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most common prefixes

"I" and "V"

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Closely related keys to a major key

  • Its relative minor

  • The keys a fifth above and a fifth below

  • The parallel minor

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Closely related keys to a minor key

  • Its relative major

  • The keys a fifth above and a fifth below

  • The parallel major

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