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Moving to V through VII (major)

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John Kruspe

on 6 November 2015

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Transcript of Moving to V through VII (major)

I
V
VII
Dvorak cello concerto
VII slides to V7
The F# major chord here
would usually be a V of iii (B minor)
BUT IT DOESN'T! It SKIPS (elides) that resolution to iii
and instead goes STRAIGHT TO V7!
moving from I to V:

different routes
with
different roots (2)

Brahms: Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Handel, op.24
But since it is also VII in Bb major (A-C#-E) it can slide directly to V7,
and the leading note of D (C#) falls back to C natural.
repeating the basic idea in D minor
means the A major chord should behave as a V of D...
Beethoven: 'Eroica' Symphony 3rd movement (Scherzo)
climbing applied dominant sequence appears to be going first V-I of F, then V-i of G minor
....sitting on the D major chord as if it's a dominant pedal, and then.......pull the rug out from under our expectations: the D chord was really a VII, which falls to V!
VII - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - V!
F major G minor
Beethoven: Symphony #2, 1st movement Development
VII - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - V!
VII
(standing on the dominant?)
getting to V via
(i.e. major triad on the leading note)
this clip starts



here
2nd theme - Development section so not in I or V
IV
Bass climbs through G-G#-A-A#-B
(which should be V of E = vi)
BUT! He keeps climbing to B# ( = viio7 of VII!)
VII (major)
(in this section it sounds actually like the key of F#, not C# - he deceives our perception because C# major chord also = V of F#)
goes directly to
Recapitulation
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