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25. What dissonance is conspicuously featured in this musical example?A) pedal pointB) passing tone C) suspensionD) appoggiaturaE) neighbor toneB 4/4 로 시작하는거 도,,라로 시작함
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1. While music played an important role in Greek culture, it had little influence on subsequent musical developments in the history of Western civilization. A) TrueB) FalsePoints Earned:1.0/1.02. Music consisting of a single modal melodic line, sung in unison to a sacred Latin text, in a rhythmically free manner without any pronounced meter, is known as what? A) Santo DomingoB) Council of TrentC) Liber UsualisD) Gregorian chant E) Benedictine balladPoints Earned:1.0/1.03. A musical texture of a single melodic line is known as what? A) monogamyB) heterophonyC) monophonyD) polyphonyE) homophonyPoints Earned:1.0/1.04. Which mode that we have studied sounds "major-ish," because the first three notes of the mode are the same as the major scale?A) LocrianB) DorianC) Mixolydian D) AeolianE) Phrygian
Points Earned:1.0/1.05. Which mode that we have studied sounds "minor-ish," because the first three notes of the mode are the same as the minor scale? A) PhrygianB) DorianC) LydianD) IonianE) MixolydianPoints Earned:1.0/1.06. What term describes a three-part form constructed as: A B A?A) sonata formB) rounded binary formC) strophic formD) rondo formE) ternary form Points Earned:0.0/1.07. What term is used to describe shifting all the notes of a piece of music the same distance?A) motivic displacementB) reconstituteC) modulateD) imitative transformationE) transposePoints Earned:1.0/1.08. A consonant interval is relaxed, pleasing, and stable.A) TrueB) False
Points Earned:0.0/1.09. The P1, P8, P3, and P6 are the only Perfect intervals in our musical system.A) TrueB) FalsePoints Earned:1.0/1.010. The intervals of thirds and sixths have been known since the Renaissance as imperfect consonances.A) TrueB) FalsePoints Earned:1.0/1.011. The intervals of seconds and sevenths are consonant intervals in tonal music. A) TrueB) FalsePoints Earned:0.0/1.012. What term do we use to describe a dissonant note that is prepared on a weak beat as a consonance, carried over to a strong beat to become the dissonance, and then resolved down by step on a weak beat to a consonance? A) suspensionB) appoggiaturaC) neighbor toneD) passing toneE) pedal pointPoints Earned:1.0/1.0

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