Step 1) Listen to each of the four-chord cadencing progressions below, each in the same key and starting with a tonic triad in root position or inversion. Each consists of major or minor triads or major-minor 7th chords. Each chord is played twice, first up and down then in unison. Sing along with each the second time it is played.
Step 2) Identify each four-chord progression by roman numeral and inversion, and identify the cadency type being played in each.
Progression 1 cadence type:
Progression 2 cadence type:
Progression 3 cadence type:
Progression 4 cadence type: