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I have a chord in the key of F minor. The notes from the bass are A natural , C , F , E flat. From textbook: " Identify the following applied chord . Symbolize the chord using functional and root / quality chord symbols. A , C , F , Eb . Happy Fathers Day Summer Harmony.

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    V7/iv..........F7/A........If that's what your (or someone else's ) question means. – Tim Jun 21 at 7:24
  • @Tim Thank you ! but 1st inversion => V65/iv ...F7/A ... better ? – Thomas Jun 21 at 13:53
  • Never, ever had to use 65, 43, 42 in the last 65 yrs - can't see how it will change my music now! Academic! – Tim Jun 21 at 14:21
  • The 65 , 43 , 43 notation (should be vertical: 6 over 5 ...) helps to clarify the position of the all important bass note identification. That's all. – Thomas Jul 8 at 6:03
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Like Tim says in his comment ACEbF is F7/A. F7 is the dominant of Bb

So V7/iv in F minor is the secondary dominant of Bb minor (iv) and F7 with A in bass is the 1st inversion of FACEb.

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The identification of this applied chord { A , C , F , E flat } is best described as : V65 / iv and F7 / A .( unless Richard says otherwise )

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  • @Richard : would you agree ? – Thomas Jun 21 at 18:32

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