Spell a V7/V chord in c minor?

I need help spelling a V7/V chord in c minor (five seven of five)

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  • 8 years ago
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    V means the chord is built on the fifth scale degree of a key.

    V/V means the chord is built on what would be the fifth scale degree above the fifth scale degree of the key.

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  • Very literally, this would be like this in Roman Numeral analysis....

    c: V7/V

    The notes in V7/V will be D-F#-A-C, and this is a secondary dominant. The V means that this secondary dominant will be in G major(G-B-D), since it is a big roman numeral V...if it was v (small Roman numeral), it would be G minor (G-Bb-D).

    The small "c" means that this is "C minor" (mentioned above).

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  • 8 years ago

    It's D Fsharp Anatural C

    The five of Cminor is G Bnatural D, the fiveseven of THAT is D Fsharp Anatural C

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