What is the roman number for the Ab7 in this example. ?
I'm analyzing a group of chords. Key of FM. They are as follow...F7, E-7, B7, Bb7, Ab7, G+7 or I, vii°, V/vii°, IV, X?, G+7. What is Ab7?
I àlso think this might be an Amin piece, because there is no key signature, BUT it ends on an FM7 chord.
- pianomanLv 71 month ago
If you're in the key of FM, that chord would be written Ab7 because it could be a borrowed chord. A is the III of FM. You wrote it Ab7 which is a major chord. Ab is also the minor 3rd of FM. In order for it be a minor chord you would spell it Ab Cb Eb. There is no roman numeral for that chord in FM. In Fm it would be the iii chord.
- MamiankaLv 71 month ago
I am a theory teacher. What you have written is unclear. I assume this is NOT a progression (yikes . . ) but just a list of chords, that you must justify in f minor. In very general terms, an Ab major chord would be a form of the III chord in f - but the Ab7 would imply a dominant seventh of Db - which is the VI chord in f.