# HW05 - ‰ œ j œ ‰ ‰ m3 œ œ œ œ œ j œ ‰ ‰...

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w w # w # w w w w b w # w w w b w b w w # ? w b w w w b w b w w w # w w b w w b w w B w # w 3. Write the speciﬁed melodic intervals BELOW (and to the right of) the given pitches. w b w b w w b w b w # w w w w w w b w # P5 w b m3 w M2 w b m7 w d8 w # P4 w M7 w # m6 ? w b M6 w d4 w # M3 w m6 w m7 w P4 w M6 w b m3 B w b M3 w P4 w m3 w M2 w M7 w # M3 w P5 w b M6 B w P5 w P4 w b M3 w M2 w m6 w b M6 w M7 Name ________________________ Theory 1 -- Assignment #5 1. Identify the Intervals Below 2. Write the speciﬁed melodic intervals ABOVE (and to the right of) the given pitches.

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w w w w b w w b w w # ? w w w w w w w w # B w w b Major: Bb: 3 Mediant Minor: g: 5 Dominant Major: Minor: Major: Minor: w w w w # w w b b # # # b b b b # # # # # b b b b b b w ^ ^ w w w w ? # # # b b b b # # # # w w w w w B b b b b # # # # # # b # # b b b b b b b w w w w w Name ________________________ Theory 1 -- Assignment #5 (Page 2) 4. Invert the following intervals, then identify both the given interval and the inverted interval. 5. Identify each key signature (Major AND Minor). Within both Major and Minor keys, identify each pitch with regard to scale-step and name (Tonic, Supertonic, etc.). Write the Major key on top.
B ? b b b b b b 8 3 8 3 . œ œ Brahms: Symphony III, Op. 90
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## This note was uploaded on 04/09/2011 for the course MUSIC STUD 1711 taught by Professor Johnson during the Fall '09 term at Temple.

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