Dominant

Extended dominant progression

Extended dominant progression
  1. What is an extended dominant progression?
  2. What is a secondary dominant in music?
  3. What does V mean in music theory?

What is an extended dominant progression?

An extended dominant is a non-diatonic secondary-dominant seventh chord that resolves downwards to another dominant chord. A series of extended dominant chords continues to resolve downwards by perfect fifths until they reach the tonic chord. Most common is the tertiary dominant, which resolves to a secondary dominant.

What is a secondary dominant in music?

A secondary dominant is an altered chord having a dominant or leading tone relationship to a chord in the key other than the tonic. An altered chord is a chord containing at least one tone that is foreign to the key. Using secondary dominants results in the tonicization of the chord of resolution.

What does V mean in music theory?

Thus, the most common secondary chord, the dominant of the dominant, is written "V/V" and read as "five of five" or "the dominant of the dominant".

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