Dominant 7th Chords: Root Position with Inversions
For keyboard students
Levels: From mid-intermediate to late-advanced
These Learning Cards™ Dominant 7th Chords: Root Position with Inversions, provide eighty-one examples that feature dominant 7th chords in root position and with inversions. This comprehensive set of study cards begins by defining seventh chords and their qualities, the intervallic structure, along with the commonly used figured bass symbols. It also explains the symbols and abbreviations that are used to name V7 chords. Students will have the opportunity to get experience recognizing and notating dominant chords in multiple keys. The answers to the chord riddles include the multiple ways these chords may be abbreviated. Initially, this set of chord theory material will be a challenge, but with regular use provide many hours of fun self-instruction.
Created for Intermediate & Advanced Levels
Illustrated riddles and answers
Multi-faceted approach to learning the structure and use of V7 chords
Reinforces understanding figured bass symbols
Multi-key signature learning
Highlights the benefits of inversions
SpecificationsSize: 5.5" x 4.25"
Full Color; 85 Pages
Table of Contents; Index
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