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Harmony Reconstruction: Auxiliary Note Exercises

Grade 7 Music Theory Q2. Adding Auxiliary Notes to a Harmonic Outline Exercises (Lesson 4)

1. Write auxiliary notes as indicated. The key is B minor. Use diatonic auxiliaries but add any necessary accidentals required by the minor key.

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2. Find three places to add unaccented diatonic auxiliaries to this piece. Don’t alter any chords which have already been decorated. Copy the whole piece including the three new auxiliary notes on to some manuscript paper.

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3. At the places marked a-f, add either diatonic unaccented passing notes, or auxiliary harmony notes to the bass line. Be careful not to introduce any consecutive 5ths or octaves!

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