There are four qualities of 1st 4th 5th and 8th

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16.There are four qualities of 1st, 4th, 5th, and 8th intervals: diminished, minor, Major, and Augmented.A) TrueB) False
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17.One of the important textural changes in the Baroque style was to move away from the emphasis on the outer voicesexhibited in the Renaissance style, and to move toward an essential equality among multiple voices.
18.How many of the following intervals are 2nds?
19.A note that fills in a diatonic whole step, creating chromatic stepwise motion between two scale degrees:
20.A sustained or repeated bass note on either the tonic or the dominant pitch that effectively asserts the bass note'sfundamental harmony, regardless of the activity above the bass:A) tremoloB) basso profundoC) modal persistenceD) pedal pointE) appoggiatura
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21.The most frequently encountered sequence in tonal music:
22.The fourth scale degree; also, used to refer to the diatonic harmony built on the fourth scale degree:
23.Repetitions of the same note with a rapid back-and-forth motion of down-bow and up-bow strokes is a technique knownas:
24.A dynamic mark indicating loud; literally, "strong":A) pianoB) prestoC) vivaceD) allegroE) forte
25.An early genre for Baroque orchestra, it carried with it the implications of a friendly "struggle" between the full orchestraand a soloist or small group of soloists:
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