The harmonic relationship between dominant (V) and tonic (I) can be reproduced in other degrees using secondary or auxiliary dominants. Let's see how we can use secondary dominants to create more interesting harmonic patterns.

Harmonic functions Nonharmonic Tones

What are secondary dominants?

Modulation Augmented Sixths Neapolitan Sixth Tritone Substitution


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