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Chapter 6 / Exercise 9
Precalculus: Real Mathematics, Real People
Larson
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1.Triads are composed of successive intervals of which numeric size?A) 2ndB) 3rdC) 1stD) 4thE) 5th
2.A conclusion of a musical phrase, consisting of the V - I chord progression, is known as:
3.In a major key, which diatonic triads are major?
4.Scales are composed of successive intervals of which numeric size?
5.An interval of a minor 2nd (m2) is a whole step.A) TrueB) False
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Chapter 6 / Exercise 9
Precalculus: Real Mathematics, Real People
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6.An interval of a Major 3rd (M3) is one-and-one-half steps.
7.The interval of a 2nd is a consonance, whether the interval is Major or minor.
8.A M6 inverts to a M3.
9.The only difference between the major triad and the minor triad is the quality of the third; the root and the fifth are thesame for both.A) TrueB) False
10.What is an aria?
11.A bass line starting on G, descending to F-sharp, then to F, to E, to E-flat, and then to D, is a chromatic descent fromtonic to dominant in which key?
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12.In the 1590s a group of artists and intellectuals in Florence, Italy, seeking to revive the glories of ancient Greek musicdrama, invented which genre?
13.Who is the composer of Dido and Aeneas?A) William ByrdB) Giovanni Pierluigi da PalestrinaC) Thomas TallisD) Jaco PastoriusE) Henry Purcell
14.Major and minor triads in root position and first inversion ("6-3" chords) provide all the essential consonant harmonies intonality.
15.The interval of a 3rd can be Major or minor, but it can never be Perfect.