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Identify the following Minor Scales Question 1 Examine the above scale and select the appropriate menu choice. Question 1. Your answer is : Harmonic Minor Scale Your answer is correct . Reason: The G harmonic minor is one of the few harmonic minor scale that mixes both a sharp (F#) and flat (Eb). Notice that the interval between the Eb and F# is 1 1/2 steps. This question is worth 1 point, your score = 1 Question 2 Examine the above scale and select the appropriate menu choice. Question 2. Your answer is : Melodic Minor Scale Your answer is correct . Reason: The E melodic minor scale has a raised sixth and seventh scale degrees compared to E natural minor. Notice that it is like the E major scale except the third is a half step lower. This question is worth 1 point, your score = 1
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Question 3 Examine the above scale and select the appropriate menu choice. Question 3. Your answer is : Melodic Minor Scale Your answer is correct . Reason: The C# melodic minor scale has a raised sixth and seventh scale degrees compared to C# natural minor. Notice that it is like the C# major scale except the third is a half step lower. This question is worth 1 point, your score = 1 Question 4 Examine the above scale and select the appropriate menu choice. Question 4. Your answer is :
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This note was uploaded on 07/29/2011 for the course MUSIC 101 taught by Professor Skahfu during the Spring '08 term at DeAnza College.

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