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authentic cadence
V-I
cadence
a closing or ending for a phrase of music, made up of 2+ chords
chromatic half step
a half step which does not occur naturally w/in the key of the music
deceptive cadence
V-vi
diatonic half step
a half step which occurs naturally with in the key of the music
diminished 7th chord
a four note chord made up of a diminished triad, and a diminished 7th above the root
dominant seventh
a four note chord made up of a major triad, and a minor 7th above the root. root position is V7, first inversion is V6/5, second inversion V4/3, third inversion V2
figured bass
symbols used to denote the inversion of a chord (such as 6, 6/4, 6/5, 4/3, or 2)
first inversion
6
half cadence
a cadence which ends with the V chord
half diminished 7th chord
a four note chord made up of a diminished triad, and the interval of a mino seventh
major seventh chord
a four note chord made up of a major triad and the interval of a major 7th
minor seventh chord
a four note chord made up of a minor triad and the interval of a minor seventh
plagal cadence
IV-I
primary triads
I, IV, V
scale degree names
tonic (I), supertonic (ii), mediant(iii), subdominant(IV), dominant(V), submediant(vi), leading tone (vii0)
secondary dominant
the V or dominant of a key other than tonic
whole tone scale
a scale made up entirely of whole steps