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bII6

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John Kruspe

on 30 January 2016

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Transcript of bII6

Mozart: Piano Concerto K.488 in A major, 2nd movement
Leonardo Leo Cello Concerto no.6
Alessandro Scarlatti Sento nel core
Bach: St.Matthew Passion, 'Erbarme dich'
Mozart: Fantasia in D minor
fa
fi
soh
(o7/V)
V7
VI
Beethoven: 'Moonlight' Sonata opening
iio6
bII6
smooth exit via viio7 of V
bII chord - points to remember:
(example: key of C, same chord C+ or C- so Db F Ab)
- it's a major triad built on flattened 2nd scale degree ('Phrygian'2nd)
- don't double the root: same problem as doubled L.N.
- don't double the 5th (the Ab wants to fall to G)
- it's a ii6, the common substitute for IV, so: double it!
(that is, double the subdominant to emphasize its 'IV' nature;
or in other words, DOUBLE THE 3RD.)
- the Db ALWAYS falls -
either through the o3 skip to B
or the 'softened' (more usual) way, passing through the C first
by means of a cadential 6/4 or viio7 of V)
i
iv
VII
III
VI
bII6
V
i
'parallel descending triads'
sounds like:
actually:
B = L.N. of C; G# = L.N. of A-
bII6
V4/2 OF bII6 (i.e. Bb major)
*notice the enharmonic equivalence here and store it away for future reference: V7 of bII = x6 (F to D# = x6 interval)
Hello - Lionel Ritchie
Hello - Glee version
song starts here
bII
(root position)
desc.5th
sequence
starts here
listen for 'ra-doh-ti-doh rather than 're-doh-ti-doh'
Bach: 2-part invention #13
Czerny: Symphony #1 in C minor (4th movement)
Mozart: 'Queen of the Night' aria from 'The Magic Flute'
bII6 - o7/V - V
Ab = V4/2 of Eb major (which is bII of home key of D minor)...AND...it's the enharmonic EQUIVALENT of G#.
G# = viio7 of V in D minor
Diana Damrau: 'Queen of the Night' aria from Mozart's 'The Magic Flute'
Ayla Erduran b.1934
Delphine Galou/Les Siecles
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