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Secondary Triads reinforce
Modality
Group I chords include
Major dominant and diminished triad chords.
Chords with a dominant function
Group II chords are
Supertonic and Subdominant chords. Chords with subdominant chord
Group III
Submediant. May have tonic function
Group IV
Mediant. May have a tonic or dominant function
Elision in a chord progression occurs when...
one chord group is skipped in left to right
movement. Elision must be followed by normal chord progression. iii(III) to IV(iv) and
vi(VI) to V(V#) are common examples of elision.
A neutral tonic chord occurs when
a tonic chord appears between any two chords in a
progression or between two positions of the same chord. Neutral tonic chords usually occur
with normal progression.
Retrogression occurs when
chords move from right to left on the chord chart.
Retrogression is usually followed by normal movement.
An Intermediate Cadence occurs with a
vii 06 to I(i)
What may be used to harmonize the raised submediant in a an ascending melodic minor scale
The supertonic
Double the ___ in submediant triad
Root
A deceptive cadence is
V to vi or V# to VI