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First inversion figures bass

6. Or 6 or 6
6. 3
3

Just 6 is most common

2

6
6
3

First inversion w root doubled

3

6
3
3

First inversion with the fifth doubled

4

8
6
3

First inversion with the third doubled

5

6
6
6

First inversion with the root tripled and the fifth omitted

Should be avoided

6

Chord succession in first inversion

Same as in root

Except IV6 TO V6 is not allowed in minor keys because it creates an augmented second in the bass

7

Phrygian cadence

Using inversions in a minor key
A form of half cadence iv6 toV#

8

When do second inversion chords usually occur?

Generally not on the chord progression
Rather in a pattern with other chords

9

What tone do you double in a second inversion chords

The fifth

10

8
6
4

Second inversion with the fifth doubled

11

6
4

Second inversion chord

12

Three types of second inversion moves

Cadential
Auxiliary
Arpeggiated

13

Cadential six four

A second in version tonic chord that moves to a dominant at a cadence point.

Can be in an authentic or plagal cadence

14

Passing 6 4

A 64 chird that appears between a root and first inversion of another chord in a weak rhythmic position
AW
Ie V I64 V6
IV I64 IV6
I6 V64 I

15

What is another name for auxillary 6 4

Pedal 6 4

16

Auxillary 6 4

A 64 between two chords so that the fifth of the 64 chord is the same as the root of the surrounding chords. Must be in a weak rhytmic position

Ie
IV64 I IV64
I IV64 I

17

Arpeggiated 6 4

When a second inversion chord is followed or preceded by the same chord in first or root position

18

What is figgured bass for the three triads inversions

Root 53
1st 63
2nd 64