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Neapolitan chord

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  1. a major chord built on the lowered second (supertonic) scale degree

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  2. The flattened major supertonic chord is sometimes used in root position (in which case there may be even more concessions regarding consecutive fifths, similar to those just discussed)

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  3. a term from music theory

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  4. most commonly occurs in first inversion so that it is notated either as ♭II6 or N6 and normally referred to as a Neapolitan sixth chord

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  5. In C Major: A Neapolitan sixth chord in first inversion contains an interval of a sixth between F and Db
    In C Major: A Neapolitan sixth chord in first inversion contains an interval of a sixth between F and Db

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