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Roman numeral with cross through it?

Posted by cameron0072 
Roman numeral with cross through it?
July 30, 2017 11:52AM
I've been reading Shoenberg's 'structural functions of harmony' and there a bit I can't quite make sense of. On one of the annotations he marks a chord 2 Roman numeral with a straight cross through it. Now I understand that when changing key one can cross out the chord of the previous chord but usually the analysis writes the key change underneath also. I would attach an image but it won't let me
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Re: Roman numeral with cross through it?
July 30, 2017 06:36PM
I think I remember that he uses this to mean a sharpened third. So in the key of C, II with a bar through it would be D-F#-A or III with a bar would be E-G#-B.
Re: Roman numeral with cross through it?
July 31, 2017 11:32AM
Yes but he chord is Fmi7b5/Ab in the key of eflat major
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