Lab5.student - and provide Roman numerals, with inversion...

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Name_________________________ Lab #5 (to be turned in to your lab instructor) I. Singing 1) Analyze the following canon a) Provide a Roman numeral for each bracketed arpeggiation (one arpeggiation includes a passing tone) b) The motive in the first measure (a leap of a fourth, followed by a step in the opposite direction, in this case A b -D b -C) is the primary motive of this canon. Find every occurrence of the motive (including some in inversion!), and group the three notes involved under a slur. 2) Memorize the canon for lab tomorrow II. Chord work a) Complete the following chord progression. Write the bass notes on the staff
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Unformatted text preview: and provide Roman numerals, with inversion numbers, below the staff. There are eleven chords. b) Look at chords 4-9. What is happening here? Lab #5, pg. 2 III. Rhythm a) Perform Starer #41, #55 b) Starer #42, #43, #57, #58; in simple meters count 1-e-and-a, 2-e-and-a, etc.; in compound meters count 1-and-a, 2-and-a, etc. c) Learn Starer #43, #58 for next week IV. Melodic dictation a) Complete the following melodic dictation; remember to memorize first, then write b) Analyze the harmonies in measures 1-4 (one chord per bar). Harmonically, this is which sequence? _________________________...
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