Basics of Music Logo - by Scott Wolf, DMA

Construct Chords

Add Accidentals to Create a Dominant Seventh Chord

  • Due: December 2, 2019 7:59 AM
  • Required Problems: 20
  • Demo version: Your score will not be saved
  • Score 90% or better for full points
  • Time Limit:

You will be shown a four-note chord in root position, adjust its third, fifth, and seventh degrees in order to make it a dominant seventh. If the chord is already the correct quality, just click submit.

Remember a dominant seventh chord is just a major triad with a minor third added above its fifth, or you might think of it as a major triad with a minor seventh above the root.