Triads & Inversions
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|This lesson is part of the Fundamentals of Twelve-Tone Equal Temperament category.|
- Students will be able to write a major, minor, augmented and diminished triads using a given note as root, third, or fifth.
- Students will be able to identify the inversion of a given triad.
- Students will be able to write a given triad in any inversion.
- Students will understand figured bass or slash-chord notation for all inversions.
- Students will learn about open versus closed chord voicing
- OpenMusicTheory: Triads & Seventh Chords
- Teoria.Com Tutorial:
- MusicTheory.Net Tutorial:
- Chord Construction
- Triad types: Major, Minor, Augmented, Diminished
- Chord Symbols
- MyMusicTheory: Lesson 8 - Introduction to Figured Bass
- Music Theory for Musicians and Normal People:
- How Music Works:
- Hutchinson, Music Theory for the 21st Century Classroom
- Deriving triads in major and minor keys or modes
- Writing a given type of triad using a given note as root, third, or fifth
- Writing a triad in different inversions
- Identifying a triad in different inversions using both figured bass and slash-chord notation
- Writing triads in different inversions
- Identifying triads for root and inversion