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Music Theory 106 - Building Chord Progressions.
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Which chords are the Secondary Triads of the C major scale?
C maj, F maj and G maj
A min, D min and G min
D min, E min and A min
D min, F maj and G maj
Which note is the mediant of the C major scale?
If you add an A note to a G chord, you are playing:
A G major 7th chord
a G add 4 chord
a G add 2 chord
A G dominant 7th chord
All notes of the major scale are present in the I, IV and V chords. True or false?
What secondary dominant chord can you add before a G min chord?
The range of notes in which a voice or instrument produces the best timbre is called:
The subtonic chord of a major scale is:
a dominant 7th chord
a major chord
a minor chord
a diminished triad
A half cadence ends on the:
Which chord is often used to prolong a resolution?
A deceptive cadence ends on the:
What is Backcycling technique used for?
Help to shorten a progression & leads back to the tonic
Help to shorten a progression & leads back to the dominant
Help to elongate a progression & leads back to the dominant
Help to elongate a progression & leads back to the tonic
Which chord is not a diatonic chord of the C major scale?
Transpose the following chord progressions to Ab major. C / F / A min / G
Ab / Eb / G min / C
Ab / Db / F min / G
Ab / Db / F min / Eb
Ab / Eb / G min / F
In the following chord progression, Ab min is a _________. F / A min / Ab min / G min / C
chromatic passing chord
diatonic passing chord
secondary dominant chord
The I, IV and V chords are called
the primary triads
the independant triads
the major chords
In the following progression, which chord is the secondary dominant: C / A min / B7 / E min / G7 / C
The small circle next to a chord indicates
a diminished chord
a Major chord
an inverted chord
Which chord represents stability?
A chord shared by two tonal centers is called:
a dominant chord
a shared chord
a pivot chord
a borrowed chord
The fifth scale degree is called the
A Pivot Chord is
The penultimate chord in a progression awaiting resolution
A chord sustained over the top of a changing bass line
A chromatic chord used to create a deliberately jarring modulation
A chord common to both keys used to smooth modulation to the new key
What are the Three main Chord Classes ?
Dominant, Median, Super Tonic
Dominant, SubDominant, Tonic
Tonic, SubTonic, SuperTonic
Tonic, Dominant, SubMedian
Which of the following chord type is "open and ambiguous"?
Which note is the Supertonic of the C major scale?
Which of the following statement is false?
Modulation often occur at the start of a new section and last throughout that section.
A modulation establishes a new tone center.
A modulation has chords which support & confirm it as the new tonal center..
A modulation always give a feeling of surprise and a change of direction.
Music Theory 106
Building Chord Progressions
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