AUGMENTED SIXTH CHORDS
When augmented sixth chords are constructed on a note other than the sixth scale degree in minor or lowered sixth in major, they typically resolve to a secondary dominant that is constructed a m2 below the augmented sixth chord. This is considered a type one resolution, since the A6 chord is resolving to its dominant. (The A6 chord appears in such instances on the lowered sixth of the tonicized chord.)

Resolution to a tonicized chord in second inversion is a
type two resolution as well, since it is resolving to its tonic.

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Following the common practice era, the use of augmented sixths began appearing in popular songs and hymns. In these contexts, as will be seen in the assignments associated with this section, their appearance is more prominent in major keys.
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the following section.
Audio/video of various assignments:

Assignment 14.05 - Nearer, Still Nearer
Assignment 14.05 - Jesus, We Just Want to Thank You
Assignment 14.05 - Where He Leads Me
Assignment 14.06 - Wonderful Grace of Jesus
Assignment 14.06 - Jesus Is All the World to Me
Assignment 14.06 - Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne
Assignment 14.07 - Wherever He Leads, I'll Go
Assignment 14.07 - There's Room at the Cross for You
Assignment 14.07 - Moment by Moment
Assignment 14.08 - Only One Life
Assignment 14.08 - He Lives
Assignment 14.08 - He Rose Triumphantly
Assignment 14.09 - I Must Tell Jesus
Assignment 14.09 - There's Something About That Name
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