Music - Key Terms

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

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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