Music Harmony and Tonality

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What is it called when two or more notes of different pitch are sounded together?
Harmony
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What accompany melodies?
harmonies
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Which type of harmony only uses notes from the scale?
Diatonic
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What type of harmony uses any notes?
chromatic
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Sounds which fit well together are?
consonant
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Sounds which clash when played together are?
dissonant
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Sustained notes at a constant pitch are called?
drones/pedal
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A progression of two chords at the end of a piece is called a?
cadence
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Name the order of the scale?
tonic, supertonic, mediant, subdominant, dominant, submediant, leading note, tonic
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A perfect cadence is made up of the?
dominant followed by the tonic
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A plagal cadence is made up of the?
subdominant followed by the tonic.
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An imperfect cadence is made up of?
chord 1,2, or 4 then the dominant
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An interupted cadence is made up of?
dominant followed by the submediant
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The most common type of chord is called a?
triad
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When the seventh note is added to a triad it is called?
dominant seventh
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What are the two types of tonality?
major and minor
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What accompany melodies?

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harmonies

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Which type of harmony only uses notes from the scale?

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What type of harmony uses any notes?

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Sounds which fit well together are?

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