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Figure 7.5.8

Figure 7.5.8.  Four ways to use suspensions to decorate a series of descending first-inversion triads, represented on the chord cube.  The first produces the ubiquitous 7-6 suspension, while those in (b) and (c) interpose an additional (root position or second-inversion) triad between consecutive first-inversion triads; the path in (d) creates a double suspension that sounds like an incomplete seventh chord.

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