stevel wrote:Bar 5 is a V/iv chord. That's "five of four", which should lead to...
Bar 6 is a iv chord. The F# in the melody is called an Upper Neighbor (or upper auxiliary). It's a type of non-chord tone and doesn't affect the overall harmony.
Bar 7 is a i6/4 chord. That's "one six four". Six four means it's in 2nd inversion.
The end of Bar 7 is a V7 chord that's missing the 3rd of the chord (a common occurrence).
The last measure is of course a i chord - as one would expect.
Very good steve!
Next up for your succinct expert analysis is bars 345-360 of Strauss' Elektra lol!