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Grade 7 Music Theory. Q1: 7th Chords - Exercises

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1. All of these chords are added 7th chords. Figure them correctly, including any necessary accidentals in the figure.

 figure 7ths 0 0figure 7ths 0 1figure 7ths 0 2figure 7ths 0 3figure 7ths 0 4figure 7ths 0 5figure 7ths 0 6figure 7ths 0 7


2. The following are all V7 - I (or i) progressions. Name each chord e.g. G7 - C major. An example is given.

 name progression 0 0name progression 0 1name progression 0 2name progression 0 3name progression 0 4name progression 0 5name progression 0 6


3.a. For each pair of chords, state whether the first chord could be figured with:

A. V (only)

B. V7 (only)

C. Either V or V7

 v or v7 0 0v or v7 0 1v or v7 0 2v or v7 0 3


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