HARMONIC PROGRESSIONS

 

Below are links to pages containing exercises for harmonic dictation practice and to a Powerpoint presentation on how to take harmonic dictation.

 

HARMONIC DICTATION PRACTICE

 

The following pages contain flashcards or exercises for harmonic dictation.

Short progressions (3-4 chords) – diatonic, root position only

Longer harmonic progressions (7+ chords) – root position triads

Longer harmonic progressions (7+ chords) – root position and V7 chords

Short progressions (3-4 chords) – diatonic triads in inversion

Longer harmonic  progressions (6 chords) Рdiatonic chords in inversion

Longer harmonic progressions (7+ chords) – diatonic triads in inversion

Longer harmonic progressions (6 chords) – diatonic triads in inversion and V7

Longer harmonic progressions – diatonic chords in inversion and V7

Short progression – diatonic chords and V7 chords in inversion

Longer harmonic progressions (6 chords) – diatonic chords and V7 chords in inversion

Longer harmonic progressions (7+ chords) diatonic chords and V7 chords in inversion

Longer harmonic progressions (7+ chords) – diatonic seventh chords

Short progressions –¬† including secondary dominants

Longer harmonic progressions (7+ chords) – including secondary dominants

Short progressions – including Neapolitan

Longer harmonic progressions (7+ chords) – including Neapolitan

Short progressions – including augmented sixth chords

Longer harmonic progressions (6+ chords) – including augmented sixth chords

 

POWERPOINT PRESENTATION

 

This Powerpoint presentation reviews the steps for taking harmonic dictation.

 

Preview (PDF)

ET-Harmonic dict

 

Powerpoint show (.ppsx file)

 

Powerpoint file (.pptx file)