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You start by determining where the cadence points are. At a general grade 4 level it should be uncommon that the cadences would not be every 4 bars. You look at the note that they give. These notes that they give could only be in one of three chords. At the first Cadence it look like a Imperfect Cadence with a passing chord as decoration. So for the last 3 ...


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The vocabularly allowed for cadences in AMEB grade 4 theory are the following chords: I, ii, IV, V and vi. You are not allowed to use V7 until grade 6 theory otherwise it would be ideal for the final cadence. You are also allowed to harmonize other parts of the melody with first inversion chords but not the cadences so the chords that you are allowed to use ...



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