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Figure 7.6.2

Figure 7.6.2.  The first movement of Mozart’s Piano Sonata K. 279, mm. 25–30. A traditional theorist might consider the I@ to be a “passing chord,” since it violates the expectation that I@ goes to V.  By treating it as the product of linear motion (as shown in b), we obtain a syntactical progression from an apparently nonsyntactical surface.

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