Music - Key Terms

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

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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