The term for a four note chord consisting of root third fifth and seventh A

The term for a four note chord consisting of root

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26.The term for a four-note chord consisting of root, third, fifth, and seventh:A) dulcetB) quadradC) complete chordD) leading tone chordE) seventh chord27.The repetition of a melodic motive or harmonic progression at successive levels of transposition, using the notes of thediatonic scale:28.The first keyboard instrument that responded to the force of the performer's touch on the keys:29.A musical line moving from G# to A, to A#, to B, to B#, to C#, can be referred to as:Points Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0
30.A broken-chord figuration, sounding the notes of a chord one at a time in a repeated pattern:A) arpeggioB) monophonyC) a capellaD) cacophonyE) adagio31."The Well-Tempered Clavier" was composed by whom?32.In a Baroque concerto, the first movement form was characterized by a recurring refrain, known as the:33.The most dissonant chord in all of tonal harmony:34.A tempo indication meaning fast; literally, "happy":A) forteB) andanteC) tuttiD) dolceE) allegroPoints Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0
35.The second scale degree; also, used to refer to the diatonic harmony built on the second scale degree:36.The fifth scale degree; also, used to refer to the diatonic harmony built on the fifth scale degree:37.Although we normally think of chamber music as music for a small group of performers, with one musician assigned toeach part, works for chamber orchestra can also be referred to as chamber music.

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