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2) Video Lesson: Secondary Dominant Composer Online Channel

3) Online Reading: Secondary Dominants 01

4) Interactive Lesson: Construct Secondary Chords

Music Theory QuickThink: 

-          Secondary dominant chords in major keys other than V/V can be V/ii , V/iii , V/IV , V/vi

-          Secondary dominant chords in minor keys other than V/V can be V/III , V/iv , V/v , V/V , V/VI , V/VII

-          Identify the key

-          Make note of the key being tonicized (to the right of the slash)

-          Find the dominant of the tonicized key

-          Example   D Major, the V7/IV is a D Mm7 chord

-          Example  G minor, the V/VI is a B Major chord

Objective 29.2: Examples in Music: YouTube

Objective 29.2: Identify, Notate, and Label secondary dominant chords other than V/V in any key