#1
I don't get the second half of Corwiniod post in this thread. So If anyone could help me what he means that would be great.

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#2
What specifically don't you get (to save me the trouble of explaining all of it)?
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#3
i'm guessing you mean secondary dominants? that was what his second post was mainly about. A secondary dominant chord is a the V if that chord was seen as the tonic. So for example, looking at the ii V I progression, in the key of A major. We have bm E A. Now, if we wanted to use a secondary dominant of our V chord the E, we take E and see what chord is the V of E major: B. So now we could have a progression B E A, or V/V V I (read V/V as "five of five"). another example in A: I V/vi vi would be A C# f#m.
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