Topics by Chapter (21-30)

 

 

NOTE: for all remaining harmonic dictation exercises, the instructions will indicate that you are to provide soprano or bass voice (or both), inner voices, and roman numeral analysis.

 

Chapter 21

1. Identify the five dominant-type chord qualities

2. Identify the placement of chromatic chords in progressions

Chapter 22

1. Melodic dictation including raised fourth scale degrees using whole notes (3-5 note patterns)

2. Harmonic dictation using secondary dominants of the dominant

Chapter 23

1. Melodic dictation including raised first, raised fourth, and lowered seventh scale degrees using whole notes (3-5 note patterns)

2. Harmonic dictation using secondary dominants of the dominant, subtonic, and subdominant

Chapter 24

1. Melodic dictation including raised and lowered scale degrees using whole notes (3-5 note patterns)

2. Harmonic dictation using all secondary dominants

Chapter 25

1. Harmonic dictation using chromatic modulation

2. Identify point of chromatic modulation in progressions

Chapter 26

1. Error detection in rhythms using borrowed divisions and subdivisions (simple meters only)

2. Harmonic dictation using borrowed chords and/or secondary dominants

Chapter 27

1. 1. Melodic dictation in major and minor keys using altered tones (simple meters only)

2. Harmonic dictation using secondary dominants, borrowed chords, Neapolitan triads, and chromatic augmented triads

Chapter 28

1. Melodic dictation in major and minor keys using altered tones (simple and compound meters)

2. Harmonic dictation using secondary dominants, borrowed chords, Neapolitan triads, and chromatic augmented triads

Chapter 29

1. Melodic dictation in major and minor keys using altered tones (simple and compound meters)

2. Identify all possible qualities of thirds and sixths intervals

3. Identify placement of augmented sixth chords in progressions

Chapter 30

1. Melodic dictation in major and minor keys using altered tones (simple and compound meters)

2. Harmonic dictation using augmented sixth chords and/or other types of chromatic chords

3. Identify qualities of augmented sixth chords

 

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