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Introduction

In Lesson 13, you learned that any Major or minor diatonic chord could be preceded by its secondary dominant chord. The most common secondary dominant chord is the dominant of the dominant chord (V/V or V7/V). However, there are other diatonic chords that can also be preceded by their secondary dominant chords. The principles of voice leading and doubling for the dominant (and dominant seventh) to tonic progression are used whenever a diatonic chord is preceded by its secondary dominant chord.

In this lesson you will learn to identify and write less common secondary dominant chords.

David L. Heiserman, Editor

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Revised: June 06, 2015