‘Advanced’ Rule of the Octave

As we saw in the Fenaroli examples, in four parts or more, we will encounter more four-note chords in the Rule of the Octave.

We also saw in the Fenaroli examples parallel fifths and doublings of the leading tone. There may be many reasons why Fenaroli didn’t exclude those from his RO examples.

Practice the ‘Advanced’ rule of the octave here.

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