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Music Theory 106 - Building Chord Progressions.
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In the following chord progression, Ab min is a _________. F / A min / Ab min / G min / C
diatonic passing chord
secondary dominant chord
chromatic passing chord
A deceptive cadence ends on the:
Which of the following chord type is "open and ambiguous"?
All notes of the major scale are present in the I, IV and V chords. True or false?
What type of cadence do we have when the V & I chords are in root position and the melody ends on the tonic?
Perfect authentic cadence
Imperfect authentic cadence
Which of the following statement is false?
A modulation establishes a new tone center.
Modulation often occur at the start of a new section and last throughout that section.
A modulation always give a feeling of surprise and a change of direction.
A modulation has chords which support & confirm it as the new tonal center..
Which note is the Supertonic of the C major scale?
Which chord provides the strongest feeling of resolution back to the tonic chord?
Which chord provides the strongest feeling of resolution back to the Tonic?
Which note is the mediant of the C major scale?
Moving to the Tonic is like
moving to a 'higher place'
moving to 'home base'
A Pivot Chord is
A chromatic chord used to create a deliberately jarring modulation
A chord sustained over the top of a changing bass line
The penultimate chord in a progression awaiting resolution
A chord common to both keys used to smooth modulation to the new key
The first scale degree is called the
A half cadence ends on the:
Which degrees of the scale can be added to the basic triad to make added tone chords?
2nd, 4th or 6th
4th, 6th or 7th
Flattened 3rd or flattened 7th
A V7 chord should always resolve to the tonic. True or false?
What secondary dominant chord can you add before a G min chord?
Styles that are very rhythmic in a nature often benefit from using
complex chord progressions
simpler chord progressions
According to the course, a chord progression is like:
The small circle next to a chord indicates
an inverted chord
a diminished chord
a Major chord
The I, IV and V chords are called
the independant triads
the primary triads
the major chords
What are the Three main Chord Classes ?
Tonic, Dominant, SubMedian
Dominant, SubDominant, Tonic
Dominant, Median, Super Tonic
Tonic, SubTonic, SuperTonic
What is Backcycling technique used for?
Help to elongate a progression & leads back to the dominant
Help to elongate a progression & leads back to the tonic
Help to shorten a progression & leads back to the tonic
Help to shorten a progression & leads back to the dominant
An Authentic cadence is more subtle than a Plagal cadence. True or false?
A7 is the secondary dominant of which chords?(Choose the best answer)
D min, D major and D7
E min, E major, E7, E diminished
D min, D major, D7 and D diminished
E min, E major, E7
Music Theory 106
Building Chord Progressions
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