It is presented initially in the key of the relative

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It is presented initially in the key of the relative major. It is constructed from the notes of the Augmented Sixth chord. It is constructed from the notes of the Neapolitan chord. It is the repeated note G-sharp, given a distinct identity by virtue of its dotted rhythm. It consists of slow-moving, incomplete chromatic neighbor tones surrounding the tonicpitch.
1 / 1 ptsQuestion 7It requires energy and increases tension to modulate to a key a fifth higher than where you are.
2016/10/27Lesson 10 Quiz (Thu-Sun): MUSIC 11, Section 002: How Clscl Mus Wrks (21681--UP---WBMUSIC---11--------002-)4/50 / 1 ptsQuestion 8IncorrectWhat is the overall form of the second movement of the "Moonlight" Sonata?
1 / 1 ptsQuestion 9In the Denouement of the first movement of the "Moonlight" Sonata, Beethoven "unwinds" the tensionbuilt up in the first half of the movement by running through a diatonic harmonic progression of:
1 / 1 ptsQuestion 10A dominant pedal point is sustained for twelve-and-a-half bars in the middle of the first movement of the"Moonlight" Sonata. Which of the following statements does NOT accurately describe the musical activityin and around this passage?The dominant pedal point is concluded by a deceptive resolution. We hear the vii-diminished-7 of V over the dominant pedal point.
2016/10/27Lesson 10 Quiz (Thu-Sun): MUSIC 11, Section 002: How Clscl Mus Wrks (21681--UP---WBMUSIC---11--------002-)5/5Toward the end of the dominant pedal point we hear the Neapolitan chord over the pedalpoint.We reach the melodic climax of the movement over the dominant pedal point. Toward the end of the dominant pedal point we hear the Augmented Sixth chord over thepedal point.
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