Hearing Secondary Dominants: Examples for Dictation

V/V

“Beautiful Star of Bethlehem”

 

viio7/V

Mozart, “Agnus Dei” from Requiem

 

V/IV

Beethoven, Piano Trio No. 1 in Eb major, Op. 1, Allegro

 

V/IV and V/V

Chris Isaak: “Only the Lonely”

I V7/IV IV V/V V

 

Bob Dylan: Don’t Think Twice It’s Alright

I V vi   IV V64-53   I V vi V65/V V64-53

I V7/IV IV V65/V V64-53 vi IV V64-53 I

 

V/vi and V/V and V/IV

Norah Jones: “Don’t Know Why”

I7 – V7/IV – IV – V7/vi – vi – V7/V – V – I

 

V/ii and V/V

Schubert, “An die Fruhling” (sung by Wolfgang Holzmair)

I |V7 |I IV |I’ V7|

I |V7 |I V(7)/V |V I | V/V864=753 |V

V7 I |V7 I |V7 I|V7   I|IV V7/ii |ii ii6 |V864=753 |I’ ii6 |V64=753 |I

 

Beethoven, Pathétique, ii, andante cantabile

 

V/III

Schumann’s “Armes Waisenkind”

Donizetti’s “Una furtive lagrima” from L’Elisir d’amore