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sequence 7. The point of repose at the end of a phrase is called: cadence Points Earned: 1.0
8. The distance between any two adjacent keys on the piano is: Points Earned: 1.0
9. The scale that contains 12 pitches within the span of an octave is referred to as: Points Earned: 1.0
10. True or False: The sharp (#) alters the letter­name pitch by raising it one­half step. Points Earned: 1.0
11. There are two principal scales we use. One is the major scale; the other is: minor scale Points Earned: 1.0
12. A repeated or sustained note, usually in the bass, over which the melody and harmonies move. pedal point 13. The musical language of ________ is characterized by the fundamental harmonic relationship between tonic and dominant. Points Earned: 1.0 Points Earned: 1.0
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