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Chapter 1 / Exercise 14
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37.What term is used to describe shifting all the notes of a piece of music the same distance?A) imitative transformationB) reconstituteC) motivic displacementD) modulateE) transpose
38.A dissonant interval is tense, unpleasing, and unstable.
39.The P1, P8, P5, and P4 are the only Perfect intervals in our musical system.
40.The intervals of thirds and sixths have been known since the Renaissance as imperfect consonances.
41.The intervals of seconds and sevenths are consonant intervals in tonal music.A) TrueB) False
42.Which dissonance involves stepwise motion along the notes of the scale, moving in the same direction, either ascendingor descending?Points Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0
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43.Which Renaissance composer is famously known as "the savior of Catholic church music"?
44.What size interval is created by the two notes on the staff?
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What size interval is created by the two notes on the staff?A) unisonB) secondC) thirdD) fourthE) fifthF) sixthG) seventhH) octave
46.What size interval is created by the two notes on the staff?Points Earned:1.0/1.0
47.What dissonance is conspicuously featured in this musical example?
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48.What is the form of this piece:
49.Mystic, composer, and saint, this twelfth-century Benedictine abbess made substantial contributions to sacred music:A) Hildegard of BingenB) PalestrinaC) Joan of ArcD) CharlemagneE) Machaut
50.What is the principal mode of this piece?
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