Harmony 2



1.    be familiar with the use of: major, minor, diminished chords; dominant ninth and 13th, secondary dominants,  secondary diminished 7th of V
2.    modulation to closely related keys
3.    to write in four part harmony in Baroque Chorale style in major and minor keys, modulating to closely related keys, including non-cord tones; harmonic analysis using chord symbols and figured bass
4.    to provide a simple keyboard accompaniment to a given melody in major and minor keys, with the first bar given
5.    pedal points on the tonic and dominant
6.    descending fifth sequence
7.   identify binary, rounded binary, and ternary forms
8.    add a second part above or below a given part in 18th century counterpoint, use rhythmic and motivic ideas from the example


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