Secondary Dominants:. Major triads OR Major-minor Seventh chords (Dominant Sevenths) that belong to the key of a diatonic chord. V / ii. Read: “Five OF Two”. V. Key of C: . of. d. A. of. d. A C# E. Secondary Progressions:.
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Major triads OR Major-minor Seventh chords (Dominant Sevenths) that belong to the key of a diatonic chord.
V / ii
Read: “Five OF Two”
Key of C:
A C# E
The leading tone chord also sounds dominant and can have the same function.
They do not necessarily establish a new key.
Dominants in Sequence
They can resolve to a different chord to preserve voice leading principals.