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Scales, Intervals, Common Chords, Dominant Seventh Chord and Melody Making.

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Here are some Basses for the Student to work out. Dominant Sevenths with Roots in the Bass are introduced occasionally. Figures are given. Avoid Consecutive Fifths and Octaves.
1.  What do you mean by the Dominant Seventh Chord ?
2.   What do you mean by a Dissonant Interval?
3.   What do you mean by a Consonant Interval ?
4.   What do you mean by Resolution ?
5.   In following the Dominant Seventh Chord by the Tonic Chord, how do the zarious Members move.
6.   What Member of a Common Chord may be omitted ?
7.   What do you mean by a Progression ?
8.   How are all Chords built up ?
9.   In how many Positions may the Dominant Seventh Chord, with Root in the Bass, be written ? What are they ?
10. How do you Figure the Dominant Seventh Chord, with Root in the Brut*?

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