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The supertonic seventh is a min 7 in major keys and a min 7in minor keys. In major it appears in root position and all inversions; in minor it appears in root position, first, and third inversions. First inversion is used most frequently to approach a cadence.

Figure 10.3. Supertonic Seventh Chords
Chords following the supersonic seventh are the dominant triad or dominant seventh, the leading tone triad or leading tone seventh, or the delays the resolution of the seventh.

FIGURE 10.4. Supertonic Seventh Chord to


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