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deceptive cadence

V(7) - vi, D-T
- extension of T, not cadential

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submediant chord

vi
- usually extends T before PD (IV or ii)
- sometimes substitute for I in decep. res.
- rarely PD (directly to V)

3

plagal cadence

IV - I, PL-T
- usually extends T, not cadential
- sometimes extends T after authentic cadence
- rarely cadential

4

phrygian

- half cadence
- iv6 --> V

5

mediant chord

iii
- usually connects T--> PD (vi or IV, rarely ii)
- rarely PD --> D

6

root descends by 3rd

hold common tones, move other voices by step

7

root descends by 5th

hold common tones, move other voices by step
OR move upper voices in contrary motions w/ bass

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root descends by step

move upper voices in contrary w/ bass

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BTR progression

I V4/3 I6
- bass: do re mi
- soprano: mi fa sol
- b/c of PARALLEL MOTION (10ths/3rds) it's ok that FA (7th of V4/3 chord) doesn't resolve down in sop

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passing 6/4 chord

bass moves stepwise, usually root-3rd

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pedal 6/4 chord

bass stays same (even just lowest note in pattern) usually root

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cadential

I6/4 right before V(7)

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3 parts of suspension

- PREPARATION: note is part of previous chord
- SUSPENSION: note is held and becomes a dissonance in new chord
- RESOLUTION: note resolves down by step into chord

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passing tone

- step, then step again in same direction
- can have two in a row
- usually unaccented

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neighbor tone

- step, then step again in the opposite direction
- usually unaccented

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suspension

- hold tone, then resolve down by step
- accented (moves chord tone)

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accented

moves chord tone

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unaccented

does not move chord tone

19

9-8 and 4-3 suspensions

- any upper voice
- root-position chord
- can have a double suspension: 9/4--8/3

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7-6 suspension

- any upper voice
- first inversion chord

21

incomplete neighbor tone

neighbor tone to a SINGLE pitch

22

appoggiatura

- skip/leap, then resolve by step (usually in opposite
direction)
- accented (moves chord tone)

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escape tone

- step, then skip/leap in the other direction
- unaccented

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anticipation

- often steps up or down, anticipating note in the
following chord
- unaccented

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preparation (sus)

note is part of previous chord

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resolution (sus)

note resolves down by step into chord