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Cadential 6/4 Progressions

This is an advanced theory resource, for students studying Grade 6 music theory and above, and for students of A-level music.  

Remember that a 6/4 chord is a second inversion chord.  You may only use second inversion chords at recognised places, such as in Cadential 6/4, Passing 6/4 and Auxiliary 6/4 progressions.  You will need to learn these thoroughly, and then be able to apply them to any key.

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Modes

Do you know your major and minor scales?  That’s great!  But do you know your Modes? Find out all about Modes here!

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Sixth Chords

These sixth chords need to be known for Grades 6, 7 and 8 Theory.

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