NEAPOLITAN CHORDS AND ALTERED/EXPANDED DOMINANTS
The origin of this term is unknown.
1
When appearing in a major key, the third of the chord (scale degree 4) is the only member of the chord that is diatonic.
2
Scale degrees other than the dominant may be expanded to 9th, 11th, and 13th chords, but the vast majority of extended chords are dominants.
3
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Assignment 15.05 Die Liebe hat gelogen


Assignment 15.05 Der Muller und der Bach
Assignment 15.06
Assignment 15.07
Assignment 15.08 - Erlkonig
Assignment 15.08 - Great Is Thy Faithfulness
Assignment 15.09
Assignment 15.10 - Artist's Life Waltz
Assignment 15.10 - Grandmother's Minuet
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