Major and minor triads in root position and first

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14.Major and minor triads in root position and first inversion ("6-3" chords) provide all the essential consonant harmonies intonality.A) TrueB) False
15.The interval of a 5th can be Perfect, but it can never be Major or minor.
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10/13/15, 10:26 PMUnit 2 TestPage 4 of 16…D91D30FA39178E&response_id=ED3FDC5082164D498C8B28B791D107C016.There are three qualities of 2nd, 3rd, 6th, and 7th intervals: diminished, Perfect, and Augmented.
17.One of the important textural changes in the Baroque style was to move away from the essential equality amongmultiple voices exhibited in the Renaissance style of imitative polyphony, and to place the emphasis on the outer voices.
18.How many of the following intervals are 2nds?A) 1B) 2C) 3D) 4
19.A note that adds dissonance and embellishes a consonant harmony by stepping away from the consonant pitch and thenreversing direction to return to the same consonant pitch:
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10/13/15, 10:26 PMUnit 2 TestPage 5 of 16…D91D30FA39178E&response_id=ED3FDC5082164D498C8B28B791D107C020.A tempo indication meaning fast; literally, "happy":
21.Instrumental music with extra-musical associations is referred to as:
22.A dynamic mark indicating soft:A) forteB) andanteC) adagioD) dolceE) piano
23.The first scale degree; also, used to refer to the diatonic harmony built on the first scale degree:
24.The fifth scale degree; also, used to refer to the diatonic harmony built on the fifth scale degree:
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25.The most enigmatic interval; a dissonance so extreme that in the Middle Ages it was referred to as, "diabolus in musica."

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