The sequence of seconds and thirds is a descending sequence. Here in its most elementary form:

This sequence is a variant of the sequence of fourths and fifths. The fourth interval is transformed into a second by replacing the first chord with another chord a third higher. The ascending second pattern is repeated transposing descending seconds:

Using seventh chords

Using inversions

Example

Modulating sequence

Example

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