New answers tagged chord-inversions
I'm probably too late to help with this particular assignment, but here in a nutshell is how inversions work. Take the notes of the chord, rearrange them to stack in consecutive thirds, removing any octave duplicates in the process. For instance, the first example has two C♯s. We'll use just one in our stack, which we'll show as a crochet (quarter note) ...
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