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Figured Bass: Modulation Exercises

Grade 7 Music Theory: Figured Bass Modulation Exercises

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Exercise 1

Complete the following:

The extract begins in the key of _____________ and modulates to the key of _____________ by bar 4. The relationship of the new key to the old is: _____________.

In bar 5 the presence of _____________ is a clue that another key change is taking place. Bar 5 uses chord V7b followed by chord Ia in the key of _____________. The relationship of this key to the original key is: _____________.

Bar 6 uses chord _____________ followed by chord _____________ in the key of _____________ The relationship of this key to the original key is: _____________.

At the end of bar 6 we find chord _____________ in the original key, leading back to the tonic chord of _____________ on the first beat of bar 7. The piece ends with a _____________ cadence.

 figured bass modulation exercise 0 0figured bass modulation exercise 0 1figured bass modulation exercise 0 2figured bass modulation exercise 0 3figured bass modulation exercise 0 4figured bass modulation exercise 0 5figured bass modulation exercise 0 6

 figured bass modulation exercise 2 0 0figured bass modulation exercise 2 0 1figured bass modulation exercise 2 0 2figured bass modulation exercise 2 0 3figured bass modulation exercise 2 0 4figured bass modulation exercise 2 0 5figured bass modulation exercise 2 0 6figured bass modulation exercise 2 0 7

 Exercise 2

Check your answers to exercise 1, then add a figured bass line to the above score, using one chord on each asterisk. 5-3 chords should be left blank, unless they are part of a 6-4 5-3 progression.

 

 

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