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Aug 19, 2021 • 11 questions
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QWhich option is NOT right about secondary dominants?
QWhich augmented 6th chord has only 3 distinct notes (where the tonic pitch is doubled)?
QThe "Tristan chord" is considered to mark the end of tonal music. It's an early example of chords being used primarily for their sound, instead of their function within a harmonic progression. Which intervals (from the bass) is it made of?
QA Neapolitan Chord is also known as...
QWhich harmonic sequence is a Plagal Cadence?
QWhat's the difference between a sentence and a period?
QTypically in a sonata-form of a piece in a major key, the exposition has the first theme in the tonic key and the second theme in the dominant. But in pieces in minor keys, the second theme is not in the dominant. It is usually in...
QIn the key of F major, a chord with the notes B-F-D-G is what?
QThat same chord in the key of C major would be a...
QIf we start on the note G and move UP an augmented 4th, DOWN a minor 2nd, DOWN a major 2nd, and UP an augmented 5th, we land on which note?
QWhich option is NOT true about the theme of a 12-tone piece?
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Musical intervals are the foundation of music theory. In order to understand how chords and harmony work, first you need to know how to count intervals between notes and understand their different types.