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Music Theory

written by: mattbeckwith
 
Difficult questions on music theory.

Question 1:


The key of G Major has which of these?
1 sharp
2 flats
3 sharps
5 flats

Question 2:


The interval between the tonic and the dominant is a ____ ?
seventh
sixth
fourth
fifth

Question 3:


A major third consists of how many half-steps?
3 half-steps (3 semi-tones).
2 half-steps (2 semi-tones).
5 half-steps (5 semi-tones).
4 half-steps (4 semi-tones).

Question 4:


In the key of C Major, the RELATIVE MINOR is __ Minor.
A
F
G
D

Question 5:


In music, what is a modulation?
Raising or lowering a note a half-step
Changing from one key to another key
A variation in the time
A variation in the melody

Question 6:


A note which is one octave above another note has what frequency compared with the lower note?
one third of the frequency
3 times the frequency
double the frequency
half of the frequency

Question 7:


Which of the following statements is correct?
The double-dominant is the sub-dominant of the tonic
The tonic is the dominant of the sub-dominant
The sub-dominant is the dominant of the dominant
The sub-dominant is the battleship dropping depth charges on the sub

Question 8:


In the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, what "parallel" is avoided?
Parallel sixths
Parallel fourths
Parallel fifths
Parallel thirds

Question 9:


In the key of C major, the seventh (also known as the leading tone) is what?
G natural
B natural
A sharp
F sharp

Question 10:


A tritone is an interval which is also known as what?
A major seventh
A major third
A minor third
A diminished fifth

 


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