Measures 9 to 12

Harmonic analysis of measures 5 to 12:

Recording courtesy of Internet Memory Foundation and Musopen

Measures Differences between measures
5 and 9 In the third beat of measure 9, a major VII degree (natural minor scale) replaces the suggested vii degree diminished chord (harmonic minor scale) of measure 5.
6 and 10 The i degree chord in measure 6 is replaced by a VI degree chord (the root note of the chord appears in the third sixteenth note).
7 and 11 Tonic harmony in bar 11, dominant harmony in bar 7.
8 and 12 Dominant harmony in bar 12, tonic harmony in bar 8.

Harmonic variations will continue for the rest of the canon ...

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