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DEGREE NAMES —THE SECOND INVERSION
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QUESTIONS AND TESTS
1.   What names are given to the Degrees of the Scale, in their order?
2.   Do these names apply also to the Common Chords based on each Degree ?
3.   What is meant by each of these Degree Names as applied to its appropriate Degree ?
4.   What is meant by the Second Inversion of a Chord ?
5.   In the Second Inversion what member of the Chord is best to double ?
6.   What is the Dominant Degree in the Scale of C? Sub-Dominant in F? Me­diant in A ? Sub-Mediant in D ?■ Leading note in G ? Leading note in E ? Tonic in Bb ? Supertonic in Bb ?
7.   Name the Root, Third and Fifth of each of the following Chords: Tonic, (Scale of G); Dominant, (Scale of D); Sub-Dominant, (Scale of Bb); Mediant, (Scale of A); Sub-Mediant, (Scale of G); Supertonic, (Scale of E).








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