– Beware of parallel fifths and octaves (double ^1 in the bVI in (b)), and otherwise watch your doublings, resolution of chordal sevenths, and accidentals throughout

2. p. 315 IIA

– Once again, watch your spelling and resolution of chordal sevenths

3. Analyze the given passage (Roman numerals/figured bass) from “The Maple Leaf Rag,” including several modal mixture chords. Bar 9 ONLY is extra credit.

4. p. 319A

– The “8-7” figures mean that the doubled ^5 will move to ^4 in that voice, and then resolve properly as a chordal seventh downward (as they do)