̷ dzƮ ϸ . . ...

 

 

 

 

 

Nonharmonic Tones:

ȭ :

 

Accented Passing Tone (APT)

ڰ (APT)

 

Antecepation (Ant.)

(Ant.)

 

Appoggiatura (App.)

Ÿ (App.)

 

Cambiata (Camb.)

įŸ (Camb.)

 

Changing Tones (CT)

     (= Doubly Neighboring Tone)

 

Escape Tone (ET)

 

Neighboring Tone (NT)

(NT)

 

Organ Point (= Pedal Point, PPT)

(PPT)

 

Passing Tone (PT)

(PT)

 

Pedal Point (PPT = Organ Point)

(PPT)

 

Retardation (Ret.)

(Ret.)

 

Suspension (Sus.)

(Sus.)

 

 

 

 

 

Beethoven: Bagatelle, Op. 33, No. 4

   

Anticipation (Ant.) ()

Augmented 6th Chord (It.6, Ger.6, Fr.6) (6ȭ)

Common-Chord Modulation (to Relative Major Key) (ȭ, )

Pycardi 3rd (ī3)

Secondary Dominant (εȭ, μȭ)

Suspension (Sus.) ()

Tonic Pedal Point ()

 

Beethoven: Rondo in C, WoO 51, No. 1

   

Inversions of Dominant 7th (7ȭ ȭ)

Nonharmonic Tones (ȭ)

Supertonic 7th Chord (7ȭ)

 

Chopin: Mazurka, Op. 33, No. 3

   

Borrowed Chord (ȭ)

Common-Tone Modulation (bVI Key) ( , 3 )

Nonharmonic Tones (پ ȭ)

Secondary Dominant (εȭ, μȭ)

 

Mozart: Piano Sonata in Bb, K. 570, Mvt. 2 (mm. 1-4)

   

I, ii, IV, V, V7

Accented Passing Tone (APT, ڰ)

Appoggiatura (App., Ÿ)

Authentic Cadence, AC ()

Escape Tone (ET, )

Perfect Authentic Cadence, PAC ()

Retardation (Ret., )

Suspension (Sus., )

 

Schubert: Waltz, D. 365 (Op. 9), No. 36

   

Borrowed Chord (ȭ)

Common-Chord Modulation (to Dominant Key) (ȭ , )

Neighboring Chord (ȭ)

Neighboring Tone (NT)

Passing Chord (Passing   Chord, ȭ)

Passing Tone (PT)

Secondary Dominant (εȭ, μȭ)

Suspension (Sus.)