3. If the key signature is one sharp and the final tonic chord is C major, what is the
mode of the piece?
4. Construct the different types of seventh chords below, all on C-sharp in root
position. Include labels, and include chord symbols if you like.
5. Using the staff below, illustrate how a dominant 7th chord can be used as a
This can be done simply through just chord spelling, or more elaborately by
providing a context. In any case, demonstrate that you understand the concept.
I •.•… “v
. I •• I
6. Analyze the following Beethoven reduction, using Roman numerals beneath the
staff. The key is F major.
t..’,l – I I-”‘” I ~.J ,
1?- ~ -…:v – – – u
.,.. vL 0I.0. 4- • h. 9- •• “” – “” – I
7. The following chorale tjesu der du meine Seele) is in Gminor. There are three
modulations-the first to F major, then to B-flat major, then finally the return to
Gminor. Locate each modulation, identify the type of modulation, and analyze
the harmonies involved in the modulation.