Chapter 5 review - parallel motion is when people sing the...

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Max Spinner October 5, 2009 Course section: 0301 UID: 109943246 Chapter 5 1. List two types of imitative counterpoint: Two types are canon and round 2. What’s diaphony?: It is a type of two-part polyphonic singing. 3. What is a chord?: It’s “three or more different pitches sounded at the same time.” 4. How many different pitches are there in a complete (seventh) chord?: There are four 5. Explain the four types of musical texture: They are monophonic, polyphonic, homophonic, heterophonic. Monophony is singing the same song. Heterophony is “two or more version of the same melody” that are happening at the same time. Polyphony is singing the same melody at different pitch levels. Homophony is a melody with an accompaniment. 6. Explain parallel and oblique motion:
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Unformatted text preview: parallel motion is when people sing the same melody at different pitch levels, other than the octave. Oblique motion is when one part remains at a fixed pitch while another part moves. 7. What is a cadence? What is the difference between a authentic cadence and a plagal cadence?: A cadence is two or more chords that works to shape a musical line. They are like punctuation. The difference between authentic cadence and plagal cadence is that the authentic cadence is a progression from the dominant V chord to the tonic (I chord), and the plagal goes from the subdominant IV chord to the tonic (I chord) 8. Describe the structure of the 12-bar boogie-woogie progression. I-I-I-I-IV-I-I-V-IV-I-I...
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