Music - Key Terms

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R O C W G K V I T M U E V A B Y M O E T U
E D K N P H G L L D S D H K Y T Y T E C F
G B H R W F R G I R M R B B C F G O O V A
P X N C K I H X G J A A J R T H R G B A T
L V R C M P D V L V Q C A U N R O O S G I
M U A P E R I B B K E I L H A Y U Y D G D
K P R D O U N L H I B P K W N Q N K D E Q
N P H C K Q A K S U E E I V I T D J Q F B
A N S W K M C D P D K D I B M O B C H L N
E I V W B W M M E U X E N V O E A I M T O
D R O I Q P O G D N E C T E D P S T D D V
Y X B C X D D K A L N R E I B H S A P K R
H S W N B N U S L D O E R Q U O D M W W V
D L W U J K L U G O R I R A S R C O R S B
W B Q F D L A D X M D T U C N S H R J D H
K H U Y F G T X C I E P P P A E S H Q C H
K A H N R Q I V A N E O T L R G P C E X R
B U D W R K O R C A N A E T L J G T Q N K
Y E W N B W N B I N W G D Y X C G M I F K
V R I U P H J U M T T R W W D W J V I N M
T G N Y G P R M M Q E E P E F X K E H I B

Clues

  • A bass note held (or repeated) throughout a passage of music. (5)
  • A single note that is held on or repeated in the bass. (5)
  • Sometimes the final cadence of a piece in a minor key ends with a major chord instead of the expected minor. (15)
  • This cadence is a surprise, you think it will be perfect. (11)
  • This chord is known as the fifth degree of the scale, V. (8)
  • This chord is known as the fourth degree of the scale, IV. (11)
  • This harmony uses notes from outside the key to give the chords more 'colour'. (9)
  • Used in Baroque music where a bass part is repeated throughout the piece. Can last many bars before it is repeated. (10)
  • When a piece of music changes to a closely related key. For the tonic, this would be the dominant, subdominant or the relative major or minor. (10)
  • When two chords disagree with eachother. (7)

Comments

Samuel Richardson

A tricky quiz search here! This also works excellently as a crossword or a set of flash cards. 

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