Music - Key Terms

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

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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