Music theory help?

Music theory help?

    
Music theory help?    20:31 on Sunday, May 14, 2006          

I_love_you
(2 points)
Posted by I_love_you

ugh! I need so much help with my theory homework. It would be GREAT if someone would be willing to help me out on a couple of problems
I have to label the chords in an excerpt. It's in d minor.

1. Okay, on count two of this one measure, there's a b flat in the bass and then an f, a g sharp and then a d. Is this an It+6?

2. My next problem is that there is an a flat in the bass, an f, a b flat and then a d. Is this a ii 4/2 /V? (ii third inversion of V)?

3. The next problem is right after the, what I'm going to assume was a ii 4/2 / V. I have a g in bass, a g, a b flat, and an e flat. I pretty much am clueless on this one. Could it perhaps be a flat II? I don't really know if that's possible or anything.

Please help!


Re: Music theory help?    21:05 on Sunday, May 14, 2006          

I_love_you
(2 points)
Posted by I_love_you

I found something else I'm not sure on.

I'm on a new excerpt in A major. We still have to label the chords.

4. So, on count two of this one measure there's an e sharp in bass, a c sharp, a g sharp, and a b. I'm not really sure what it is at all. Is it maybe a vi 6/5 of V?

Someone please help me?


Re: Music theory help?    07:51 on Monday, May 15, 2006          

JButky
(657 points)
Posted by JButky

I have to label the chords in an excerpt. It's in d minor.

1. Okay, on count two of this one measure, there's a b flat in the bass and then an f, a g sharp and then a d. Is this an It+6?


German, not italian, usually resolves to a V or cadential (I)64 first before before the V.


2. My next problem is that there is an a flat in the bass, an f, a b flat and then a d. Is this a ii 4/2 /V? (ii third inversion of V)?

probably a V42, In this case it sounds like a secondary dominant of the Neoplitan chord which follows in your next question..

3. The next problem is right after the, what I'm going to assume was a ii 4/2 / V. I have a g in bass, a g, a b flat, and an e flat. I pretty much am clueless on this one. Could it perhaps be a flat II? I don't really know if that's possible or anything.

yes, otherwise known as a neopolitan 6....
Joe B


Re: Music theory help?    17:30 on Monday, May 15, 2006          

schoolgirl0125
(613 points)
Posted by schoolgirl0125

WOW0__0 this looks like hard stuff. Are you taking music theory AP? or this a regular class..


   




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