Using Neapolitan Chords (Music Theory Lesson 40 - part 2)



Using Neapolitan Chords (Music Theory Lesson 40 - part 2)

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Although root position and second inversion Neapolitans exist, first inversion is normally used. When in this inversion, the Neapolitan is commonly called a Neapolitan sixth.





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