1. Dominant to Tonic Resolution (Page 1) Each score below co

1. Dominant to Tonic Resolution (Page 1) Each score below contains 3 harmonic progressions. In each progression, a dominant function chord ( , or ) moves to a tonic chord. In some examples ( or ) the fifth of the chord may be absent. ~ Audio Step 1: Identify the type of dominant function chord (marked with arrow) = V = V7 = 7 Step 2: Identify the inversion of the dominant function chordIf Triad:root position = root1st inversion = 62nd inversion = 64If chord:root position = root1st inversion = 652nd inversion = 433rd inversion = 42Step 3: Determine if the dominant function chord resolves incorrectly to the tonic chord. If correct:Scale degree 7 will resolve to scale degree 1.Scale degree 4 will resolve to scale degree 3.Scale degrees 4 & 7 (tendency tones) will not doubled.Select the answer which best reflects the score examples given.1. Chord Type (Points : 4) Question 2.2. 1. Chord Inversion (Points : 4) Question 3.3. 1. Correct Resolution? (Points : 2) incorrect – 7th scale degree resolution is wrong incorrect – 4th scale degree resolution is wrong correct! incorrect – 1 or more tendency tones are doubledQuestion 4.4. 2. Chord Type (Points : 4) Question 5.5. 2. Chord Inversion (Points : 4) Question 6.6. 2. Correct Resolution? (Points : 4) Incorrect – 7th Scale degree resolution is wrong Incorrect – 4th Scale degree resolution is wrong Correct! Incorrect – 1 or more tendency tones are doubledQuestion 7.7. 3. Chord Type (Points : 4) Question 8.8. 3. Chord Inversion (Points : 4) Question 9.9. 3. Correct Resolution? (Points : 4) Incorrect – 7th scale degree resolution is wrong Incorrect – 4th scale degree resolution is wrong Correct! Incorrect – 1 or more tendency tones are doubled1. Dominant to Tonic Resolution (Page 2) Each score below contains 3 harmonic progressions. In each progression, a dominant function chord ( , or ) moves to a tonic chord. In some examples ( or ) the fifth of the chord may be absent. ~ Audio Step 1: Identify the type of dominant function chord (marked with arrow) = V = V7 = 7 Step 2: Identify the inversion of the dominant function chordIf Triad:root position = root1st inversion = 62nd inversion = 64If chord:root position = root1st inversion = 652nd inversion = 433rd inversion = 42Step 3: Determine if this dominant function chord resolves incorrectly to the tonic chord. If correct:Scale degree 7 will resolve to scale degree 1.Scale degree 4 will resolve to scale degree 3.Scale degrees 4 & 7 (tendency tones) will not doubled.Select the answer which best reflects the score examples given.1. Chord Type (Points : 4) Question 2.2. 1. Chord Inversion (Points : 4) Question 3.3. 1. Correct Resolution? (Points : 4) Incorrect – 7th scale degree resolution is wrong Incorrect – 4th scale degree resolution is wrong Correct! Incorrect – 1 or more tendency tones are doubledQuestion 4.4. 2. Chord Type (Points : 4) Question 5.5. 2. Chord Inversion (Points : 4) Question 6.6. 2. Correct Resolution? (Points : 4) Incorrect – 7th scale degree resolution is wrong Incorrect – 4th scale degree resolution is wrong Correct! Incorrect – 1 or more tendency tones are doubledQuestion 7.7. 3. Chord Type (Points : 4) Question 8.8. 3. Chord Inversion (Points : 4) Question 9.9. 3. Correct Resolution? (Points : 4) Incorrect – 7th scale degree resolution is wrong Incorrect – 4th scale degree resolution is wrong Correct! Incorrect – 1 or more tendency tones are doubled1. Dominant to Tonic Resolution (Page 2) Each score below contains 3 harmonic progressions. In each progression, a dominant function chord ( , or ) moves to a tonic chord. In some examples ( or ) the fifth of the chord may be absent. ~ Audio Step 1: Identify the type of dominant function chord (marked with arrow) = V = V7 = 7 Step 2: Identify the inversion of the dominant function chordIf Triad:root position = root1st inversion = 62nd inversion = 64If chord:root position = root1st inversion = 652nd inversion = 433rd inversion = 42Step 3: Determine if this dominant function chord resolves incorrectly to the tonic chord. If correct:Scale degree 7 will resolve to scale degree 1.Scale degree 4 will resolve to scale degree 3.Scale degrees 4 & 7 (tendency tones) will not doubled.Select the answer which best reflects the score examples given.1. Chord Type (Points : 4) Question 2.2. 1. Chord Inversion (Points : 4) Question 3.3. 1. Correct Resolution? (Points : 4) Incorrect – 7th scale degree resolution is wrong Incorrect – 4th scale degree resolution is wrong Correct! Incorrect – 1 or more tendency tones are doubledQuestion 4.4. 2. Chord Type (Points : 4) Question 5.5. 2. Chord Inversion (Points : 4) Question 6.6. 2. Correct Resolution? (Points : 4) Incorrect – 7th scale degree resolution is wrong Incorrect – 4th scale degree resolution is wrong Correct! Incorrect – 1 or more tendency tones are doubledQuestion 7.7. 3. Chord Type (Points : 4) Question 8.8. 3. Chord Inversion (Points : 4) Question 9.9. 3. Correct Resolution? (Points : 4) Incorrect – 7th scale degree resolution is wrong Incorrect – 4th scale degree resolution is wrong Correct! Incorrect – 1 or more tendency tones are doubled