Music - Key Terms

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

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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