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Harmony Reconstruction: Passing Notes Exercises

Grade 7 Music Theory - Q2. Adding Passing Notes - Exercises (Reconstruction)

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1. For each of the following passing notes, decide whether it is correct, or has broken a rule. If incorrect, explain which rule has been broken.

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2. Add unaccented passing notes to these pairs of chords, unless doing so breaks a rule of harmony.

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3. Add accented passing notes to these pairs of chords, unless doing so breaks a rule of harmony. (Each pair of chords is separate from the next pair).

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