Classical augmented sixth chords
Italian 6th chord
a.) in first inversion
b.) flat 6 - 1 - #4
c.) double the tonic
d.) resolves to a 1 6/4 chord
German 6th chord
a.) flat 6 - 1 - 3 - #4
b.) resolve to a 1 6/4 or a V chord
French 6th chord
a.) flat 6 - 1 - 2 - #4
What are special about these chords ?
Why does classical composers use these chords?
How are there chords used ?
Hello Walters and thank you for your post.
I suggest you to find your answers online on Wikipedia:
or by purchasing some counterpoint or composition book on Amazon.com:
Actually your questions require a lot of information to be delivered and it is outside the purpose of this forum. Anyway if any user want to add his/her advice, any idea is very welcome!
My best wishes,
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