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preparatory chords major keys

I64, IV, ii or ii6

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preparatory chords minor keys

i64, iv

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I64 or i64 to V

1. Write the notes of the tonic chord, doubling the base
2. Note in common (5th of I64; also the bass) stays in the same voice
3. Each remaining note falls a step to the closest note in the dominant chord

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I64 or i64 to V7

ALL 3 notes above the base fall a step to the closest note in the V7

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IV or iv to V

1. Write the notes of the IV chord, doubling its root
2. Bass note moves up a tone
3. ALL notes above the bass fall to the closest available note in the V chord

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IV or iv to V7

The common note stays to become the 7th of the V7 chord and the remaining notes fall a step (The 5th of V7 is ommited; the root remains doubled

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ii to V

1. Write the notes of the ii chord, doubling its root, then
2. Bass note moves either up or down to the root of the V chord
3. ALL notes above the bass fall (in contrary motion to the bass) to the closest available note in the next chord

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ii to V7

The common note (the 3rd of the tonic chord) stays to become the 7th of V7 and the 5th of V7 is omitted

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ii6 to V

1. Write the notes of the ii6 chord, doubling its bass note, instead of the root
2. Bass note moves up a tone to the root of the V chord
3 All notes above the bass fall to the closest available note in the next chord

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ii6 to V7

The common note stays to become the 7th of the V7 chord and the 5th of the V7 is omitted (the root remains doubled)

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Four-chord progression

1. Tonic
2. Preparatory chord
3. Perfect or interrupted cadence