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Chapter 6 / Exercise 36
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2015. 2. 1.Lesson 3 Quiz (Thu-Sun)10/11B) False20.What is the name of the symbol on the staff?
21.Placing an accented note somewhere unexpected, "off the beat," is referred to as what?
22.What term do we use to describe three or more notes sounding together?
23.The harmonic relationship between which two scale degrees is the hallmark of tonality?A) 1st and 3rdB) 1st and 4thC) 4th and 5thD) 1st and 5th
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2015. 2. 1.Lesson 3 Quiz (Thu-Sun)11/1124.What is the name given to the first scale degree?
25.The harmonic motion, from the I chord, to the IV chord, to the V chord, to the I chord, is a familiar tonalchord progression.
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