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Which key signature contains one sharp and what is it?
G major and it has an F sharp
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Which key signature contains two sharps and what are they?
D major and the sharps are F and C sharp.
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Which key signature contains three sharps and what are they?
A major and the sharps are F, C and G
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Which key signature contains four sharps and what are they?
E major and the sharps are F, C, G and D
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Which key signature contains five sharps and what are they?
B major and the sharps are F, C, G , D and A
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Which key signature contains one flat what is it?
F major and it has a B flat
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Which key signature contains two flats and what are they?
B flat major and the flats are B and E
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Which key signature contains three flats and what are they?
E flat major and the flats are B, E and A
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Which key signature contains four flats and what are they?
A flat major and the flats are B, E, A and D
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Which key signature contains 5 flats and what are they?
D flat major and the flats are B, E, A, D and G
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Which key signature contains no flats or sharps?
C major
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Which key signature contains four flats and what are they?
A flat major and the flats are B, E, A and D
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Which key signature contains 5 flats and what are they?
D flat major and the flats are B, E, A, D and G
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Which key signature contains no flats or sharps?
C major
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What are the three modulations in which the key signature can change to?
The dominant, the sub dominant and the relative minor or major.
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How do you work out the relative minor of a major chord?
You go down three semitones from the original key. E.g C major to A minor
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How do you work out the relative major of a minor chord?
You do up three semitones from the original key. E.g G minor to Bn flat major
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Which key signature contains four flats and what are they?
A flat major and the flats are B, E, A and D
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Which key signature contains 5 flats and what are they?
D flat major and the flats are B, E, A, D and G
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Which key signature contains no flats or sharps?
C major
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What are the three modulations in which the key signature can change to?
The dominant, the sub dominant and the relative minor or major.
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How do you work out the relative minor of a major chord?
You go down three semitones from the original key. E.g C major to A minor
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How do you work out the relative major of a minor chord?
You do up three semitones from the original key. E.g G minor to Bn flat major
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How do you work out the scale of a minor?
You work out how many sharps or flats that the relative major has and then from there you need to work out the accidental sharp or flat which makes the scale sound sharp. You do this by working out the 7th note and then if it is a flat you make it na
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What type of time signature is 3/8?
Simple time
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Which key signature contains four flats and what are they?
A flat major and the flats are B, E, A and D
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Which key signature contains 5 flats and what are they?
D flat major and the flats are B, E, A, D and G
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Which key signature contains no flats or sharps?
C major
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What are the three modulations in which the key signature can change to?
The dominant, the sub dominant and the relative minor or major.
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How do you work out the relative minor of a major chord?
You go down three semitones from the original key. E.g C major to A minor
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How do you work out the relative major of a minor chord?
You do up three semitones from the original key. E.g G minor to Bn flat major
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How do you work out the scale of a minor?
You work out how many sharps or flats that the relative major has and then from there you need to work out the accidental sharp or flat which makes the scale sound sharp. You do this by working out the 7th note and then if it is a flat you make it na
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What type of time signature is 3/8?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/4, ¾ and 4/4?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/2, 3/2 and 4/2?
Simple time
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Name the compound time signatures?
6/8, 9/8 and 12/8
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What type of time signature is 4/8?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/4 and 9/4?
Uncommon, simple time
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Which key signature contains four flats and what are they?
A flat major and the flats are B, E, A and D
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Which key signature contains 5 flats and what are they?
D flat major and the flats are B, E, A, D and G
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Which key signature contains no flats or sharps?
C major
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What are the three modulations in which the key signature can change to?
The dominant, the sub dominant and the relative minor or major.
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How do you work out the relative minor of a major chord?
You go down three semitones from the original key. E.g C major to A minor
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How do you work out the relative major of a minor chord?
You do up three semitones from the original key. E.g G minor to Bn flat major
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How do you work out the scale of a minor?
You work out how many sharps or flats that the relative major has and then from there you need to work out the accidental sharp or flat which makes the scale sound sharp. You do this by working out the 7th note and then if it is a flat you make it na
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What type of time signature is 3/8?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/4, ¾ and 4/4?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/2, 3/2 and 4/2?
Simple time
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Name the compound time signatures?
6/8, 9/8 and 12/8
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What type of time signature is 4/8?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/4 and 9/4?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/16, 9/16 and 12/16?
Uncommon, simple time
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What does the top number in a time signature mean?
The number of notes within a bar
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What does the bottom number in a time signature mean?
The type of note in which you counting in for how many are within the bar. E.g 5/4 means 5 crotchet beats in one bar.
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What are the irregular time signatures?
5/4, 7/4, 5/8 and 7/8
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Which key signature contains four flats and what are they?
A flat major and the flats are B, E, A and D
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Which key signature contains 5 flats and what are they?
D flat major and the flats are B, E, A, D and G
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Which key signature contains no flats or sharps?
C major
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What are the three modulations in which the key signature can change to?
The dominant, the sub dominant and the relative minor or major.
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How do you work out the relative minor of a major chord?
You go down three semitones from the original key. E.g C major to A minor
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How do you work out the relative major of a minor chord?
You do up three semitones from the original key. E.g G minor to Bn flat major
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How do you work out the scale of a minor?
You work out how many sharps or flats that the relative major has and then from there you need to work out the accidental sharp or flat which makes the scale sound sharp. You do this by working out the 7th note and then if it is a flat you make it na
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What type of time signature is 3/8?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/4, ¾ and 4/4?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/2, 3/2 and 4/2?
Simple time
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Name the compound time signatures?
6/8, 9/8 and 12/8
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What type of time signature is 4/8?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/4 and 9/4?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/16, 9/16 and 12/16?
Uncommon, simple time
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What does the top number in a time signature mean?
The number of notes within a bar
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What does the bottom number in a time signature mean?
The type of note in which you counting in for how many are within the bar. E.g 5/4 means 5 crotchet beats in one bar.
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What are the irregular time signatures?
5/4, 7/4, 5/8 and 7/8
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What is an irregular bar?
It is a bar that you cannot divide into equal groups of two or three beats. The most common irregular bars have: quintuple time or septuple time
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What are the primary chords?
Chords 1, 4 and 5
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Which 2 chords make up a perfect cadence?
Chords 5 to 1
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Which key signature contains four flats and what are they?
A flat major and the flats are B, E, A and D
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Which key signature contains 5 flats and what are they?
D flat major and the flats are B, E, A, D and G
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Which key signature contains no flats or sharps?
C major
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What are the three modulations in which the key signature can change to?
The dominant, the sub dominant and the relative minor or major.
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How do you work out the relative minor of a major chord?
You go down three semitones from the original key. E.g C major to A minor
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How do you work out the relative major of a minor chord?
You do up three semitones from the original key. E.g G minor to Bn flat major
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How do you work out the scale of a minor?
You work out how many sharps or flats that the relative major has and then from there you need to work out the accidental sharp or flat which makes the scale sound sharp. You do this by working out the 7th note and then if it is a flat you make it na
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What type of time signature is 3/8?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/4, ¾ and 4/4?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/2, 3/2 and 4/2?
Simple time
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Name the compound time signatures?
6/8, 9/8 and 12/8
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What type of time signature is 4/8?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/4 and 9/4?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/16, 9/16 and 12/16?
Uncommon, simple time
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What does the top number in a time signature mean?
The number of notes within a bar
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What does the bottom number in a time signature mean?
The type of note in which you counting in for how many are within the bar. E.g 5/4 means 5 crotchet beats in one bar.
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What are the irregular time signatures?
5/4, 7/4, 5/8 and 7/8
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What is an irregular bar?
It is a bar that you cannot divide into equal groups of two or three beats. The most common irregular bars have: quintuple time or septuple time
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What are the primary chords?
Chords 1, 4 and 5
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Which 2 chords make up a perfect cadence?
Chords 5 to 1
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Which 2 chords make up a plagal cadence?
Chords 4 to 1
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Which chords make up an interrupted cadence?
A major chord to a minor chord
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Which chords make up an imperfect cadence?
Any chord to chord 5
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Which number chords are the major chords in any scale?
Chords 1, 4 and 5
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Which key signature contains four flats and what are they?
A flat major and the flats are B, E, A and D
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Which key signature contains 5 flats and what are they?
D flat major and the flats are B, E, A, D and G
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Which key signature contains no flats or sharps?
C major
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What are the three modulations in which the key signature can change to?
The dominant, the sub dominant and the relative minor or major.
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How do you work out the relative minor of a major chord?
You go down three semitones from the original key. E.g C major to A minor
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How do you work out the relative major of a minor chord?
You do up three semitones from the original key. E.g G minor to Bn flat major
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How do you work out the scale of a minor?
You work out how many sharps or flats that the relative major has and then from there you need to work out the accidental sharp or flat which makes the scale sound sharp. You do this by working out the 7th note and then if it is a flat you make it na
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What type of time signature is 3/8?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/4, ¾ and 4/4?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/2, 3/2 and 4/2?
Simple time
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Name the compound time signatures?
6/8, 9/8 and 12/8
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What type of time signature is 4/8?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/4 and 9/4?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/16, 9/16 and 12/16?
Uncommon, simple time
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What does the top number in a time signature mean?
The number of notes within a bar
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What does the bottom number in a time signature mean?
The type of note in which you counting in for how many are within the bar. E.g 5/4 means 5 crotchet beats in one bar.
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What are the irregular time signatures?
5/4, 7/4, 5/8 and 7/8
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What is an irregular bar?
It is a bar that you cannot divide into equal groups of two or three beats. The most common irregular bars have: quintuple time or septuple time
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What are the primary chords?
Chords 1, 4 and 5
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Which 2 chords make up a perfect cadence?
Chords 5 to 1
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Which 2 chords make up a plagal cadence?
Chords 4 to 1
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Which chords make up an interrupted cadence?
A major chord to a minor chord
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Which chords make up an imperfect cadence?
Any chord to chord 5
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Which number chords are the major chords in any scale?
Chords 1, 4 and 5
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Which number chords are the minor chords of any scale?
Chords 2, 3 and 6
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How do you work out the notes on a bass clef?
ake where the note is on the treble clef and then go down by two notes. Example: If it is a D on the treble clef then it will be a B on the bass clef.
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Which key signature contains four flats and what are they?
A flat major and the flats are B, E, A and D
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Which key signature contains 5 flats and what are they?
D flat major and the flats are B, E, A, D and G
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Which key signature contains no flats or sharps?
C major
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What are the three modulations in which the key signature can change to?
The dominant, the sub dominant and the relative minor or major.
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How do you work out the relative minor of a major chord?
You go down three semitones from the original key. E.g C major to A minor
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How do you work out the relative major of a minor chord?
You do up three semitones from the original key. E.g G minor to Bn flat major
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How do you work out the scale of a minor?
You work out how many sharps or flats that the relative major has and then from there you need to work out the accidental sharp or flat which makes the scale sound sharp. You do this by working out the 7th note and then if it is a flat you make it na
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What type of time signature is 3/8?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/4, ¾ and 4/4?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/2, 3/2 and 4/2?
Simple time
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Name the compound time signatures?
6/8, 9/8 and 12/8
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What type of time signature is 4/8?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/4 and 9/4?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/16, 9/16 and 12/16?
Uncommon, simple time
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What does the top number in a time signature mean?
The number of notes within a bar
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What does the bottom number in a time signature mean?
The type of note in which you counting in for how many are within the bar. E.g 5/4 means 5 crotchet beats in one bar.
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What are the irregular time signatures?
5/4, 7/4, 5/8 and 7/8
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What is an irregular bar?
It is a bar that you cannot divide into equal groups of two or three beats. The most common irregular bars have: quintuple time or septuple time
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What are the primary chords?
Chords 1, 4 and 5
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Which 2 chords make up a perfect cadence?
Chords 5 to 1
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Which 2 chords make up a plagal cadence?
Chords 4 to 1
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Which chords make up an interrupted cadence?
A major chord to a minor chord
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Which chords make up an imperfect cadence?
Any chord to chord 5
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Which number chords are the major chords in any scale?
Chords 1, 4 and 5
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Which number chords are the minor chords of any scale?
Chords 2, 3 and 6
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How do you work out the notes on a bass clef?
ake where the note is on the treble clef and then go down by two notes. Example: If it is a D on the treble clef then it will be a B on the bass clef.
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What does mezzo piano stand for?
Medium quiet
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What are the notes within the lines of the ledger lines on a treble clef?
F, A, C, E
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What are the notes on the lines of the ledger lines on a treble clef?
E, G, B, D, F
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Which key signature contains four flats and what are they?
A flat major and the flats are B, E, A and D
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Which key signature contains 5 flats and what are they?
D flat major and the flats are B, E, A, D and G
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Which key signature contains no flats or sharps?
C major
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What are the three modulations in which the key signature can change to?
The dominant, the sub dominant and the relative minor or major.
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How do you work out the relative minor of a major chord?
You go down three semitones from the original key. E.g C major to A minor
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How do you work out the relative major of a minor chord?
You do up three semitones from the original key. E.g G minor to Bn flat major
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How do you work out the scale of a minor?
You work out how many sharps or flats that the relative major has and then from there you need to work out the accidental sharp or flat which makes the scale sound sharp. You do this by working out the 7th note and then if it is a flat you make it na
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What type of time signature is 3/8?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/4, ¾ and 4/4?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/2, 3/2 and 4/2?
Simple time
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Name the compound time signatures?
6/8, 9/8 and 12/8
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What type of time signature is 4/8?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/4 and 9/4?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/16, 9/16 and 12/16?
Uncommon, simple time
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What does the top number in a time signature mean?
The number of notes within a bar
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What does the bottom number in a time signature mean?
The type of note in which you counting in for how many are within the bar. E.g 5/4 means 5 crotchet beats in one bar.
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What are the irregular time signatures?
5/4, 7/4, 5/8 and 7/8
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What is an irregular bar?
It is a bar that you cannot divide into equal groups of two or three beats. The most common irregular bars have: quintuple time or septuple time
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What are the primary chords?
Chords 1, 4 and 5
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Which 2 chords make up a perfect cadence?
Chords 5 to 1
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Which 2 chords make up a plagal cadence?
Chords 4 to 1
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Which chords make up an interrupted cadence?
A major chord to a minor chord
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Which chords make up an imperfect cadence?
Any chord to chord 5
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Which number chords are the major chords in any scale?
Chords 1, 4 and 5
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Which number chords are the minor chords of any scale?
Chords 2, 3 and 6
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How do you work out the notes on a bass clef?
ake where the note is on the treble clef and then go down by two notes. Example: If it is a D on the treble clef then it will be a B on the bass clef.
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What does mezzo piano stand for?
Medium quiet
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What are the notes within the lines of the ledger lines on a treble clef?
F, A, C, E
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What are the notes on the lines of the ledger lines on a treble clef?
E, G, B, D, F
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What are the notes within the ledger lines of a bass clef?
A, C, E, G
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What are the notes on the lines of the ledger lines on a bass clef?
G, B, D, F, A
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When was the Baroque period?
1650 to 1750
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What instrument is most common known to have been used in the Baroque period?
Harpsichord
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Which key signature contains four flats and what are they?
A flat major and the flats are B, E, A and D
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Which key signature contains 5 flats and what are they?
D flat major and the flats are B, E, A, D and G
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Which key signature contains no flats or sharps?
C major
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What are the three modulations in which the key signature can change to?
The dominant, the sub dominant and the relative minor or major.
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How do you work out the relative minor of a major chord?
You go down three semitones from the original key. E.g C major to A minor
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How do you work out the relative major of a minor chord?
You do up three semitones from the original key. E.g G minor to Bn flat major
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How do you work out the scale of a minor?
You work out how many sharps or flats that the relative major has and then from there you need to work out the accidental sharp or flat which makes the scale sound sharp. You do this by working out the 7th note and then if it is a flat you make it na
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What type of time signature is 3/8?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/4, ¾ and 4/4?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/2, 3/2 and 4/2?
Simple time
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Name the compound time signatures?
6/8, 9/8 and 12/8
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What type of time signature is 4/8?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/4 and 9/4?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/16, 9/16 and 12/16?
Uncommon, simple time
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What does the top number in a time signature mean?
The number of notes within a bar
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What does the bottom number in a time signature mean?
The type of note in which you counting in for how many are within the bar. E.g 5/4 means 5 crotchet beats in one bar.
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What are the irregular time signatures?
5/4, 7/4, 5/8 and 7/8
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What is an irregular bar?
It is a bar that you cannot divide into equal groups of two or three beats. The most common irregular bars have: quintuple time or septuple time
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What are the primary chords?
Chords 1, 4 and 5
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Which 2 chords make up a perfect cadence?
Chords 5 to 1
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Which 2 chords make up a plagal cadence?
Chords 4 to 1
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Which chords make up an interrupted cadence?
A major chord to a minor chord
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Which chords make up an imperfect cadence?
Any chord to chord 5
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Which number chords are the major chords in any scale?
Chords 1, 4 and 5
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Which number chords are the minor chords of any scale?
Chords 2, 3 and 6
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How do you work out the notes on a bass clef?
ake where the note is on the treble clef and then go down by two notes. Example: If it is a D on the treble clef then it will be a B on the bass clef.
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What does mezzo piano stand for?
Medium quiet
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What are the notes within the lines of the ledger lines on a treble clef?
F, A, C, E
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What are the notes on the lines of the ledger lines on a treble clef?
E, G, B, D, F
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What are the notes within the ledger lines of a bass clef?
A, C, E, G
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What are the notes on the lines of the ledger lines on a bass clef?
G, B, D, F, A
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When was the Baroque period?
1650 to 1750
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What instrument is most common known to have been used in the Baroque period?
Harpsichord
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Name some composers of the Baroque period?
Charpointier Corelli Torelli J.S Bach Handel Vivaldi
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What is a concerto?
A solo instrument with an orchestra accompaniment
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What is a concerto grosso?
A group of soloists with an orchestra accompaniment
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When was the Classical period?
1750 – 1820
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Which key signature contains four flats and what are they?
A flat major and the flats are B, E, A and D
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Which key signature contains 5 flats and what are they?
D flat major and the flats are B, E, A, D and G
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Which key signature contains no flats or sharps?
C major
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What are the three modulations in which the key signature can change to?
The dominant, the sub dominant and the relative minor or major.
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How do you work out the relative minor of a major chord?
You go down three semitones from the original key. E.g C major to A minor
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How do you work out the relative major of a minor chord?
You do up three semitones from the original key. E.g G minor to Bn flat major
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How do you work out the scale of a minor?
You work out how many sharps or flats that the relative major has and then from there you need to work out the accidental sharp or flat which makes the scale sound sharp. You do this by working out the 7th note and then if it is a flat you make it na
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What type of time signature is 3/8?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/4, ¾ and 4/4?
Simple time
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What type of time signatures are 2/2, 3/2 and 4/2?
Simple time
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Name the compound time signatures?
6/8, 9/8 and 12/8
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What type of time signature is 4/8?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/4 and 9/4?
Uncommon, simple time
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What type of time signatures are 6/16, 9/16 and 12/16?
Uncommon, simple time
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What does the top number in a time signature mean?
The number of notes within a bar
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What does the bottom number in a time signature mean?
The type of note in which you counting in for how many are within the bar. E.g 5/4 means 5 crotchet beats in one bar.
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What are the irregular time signatures?
5/4, 7/4, 5/8 and 7/8
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What is an irregular bar?
It is a bar that you cannot divide into equal groups of two or three beats. The most common irregular bars have: quintuple time or septuple time
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What are the primary chords?
Chords 1, 4 and 5
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Which 2 chords make up a perfect cadence?
Chords 5 to 1
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Which 2 chords make up a plagal cadence?
Chords 4 to 1
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Which chords make up an interrupted cadence?
A major chord to a minor chord
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Which chords make up an imperfect cadence?
Any chord to chord 5
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Which number chords are the major chords in any scale?
Chords 1, 4 and 5
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Which number chords are the minor chords of any scale?
Chords 2, 3 and 6
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How do you work out the notes on a bass clef?
ake where the note is on the treble clef and then go down by two notes. Example: If it is a D on the treble clef then it will be a B on the bass clef.
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What does mezzo piano stand for?
Medium quiet
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What are the notes within the lines of the ledger lines on a treble clef?
F, A, C, E
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What are the notes on the lines of the ledger lines on a treble clef?
E, G, B, D, F
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What are the notes within the ledger lines of a bass clef?
A, C, E, G
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What are the notes on the lines of the ledger lines on a bass clef?
G, B, D, F, A
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When was the Baroque period?
1650 to 1750
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What instrument is most common known to have been used in the Baroque period?
Harpsichord
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Name some composers of the Baroque period?
Charpointier Corelli Torelli J.S Bach Handel Vivaldi
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What is a concerto?
A solo instrument with an orchestra accompaniment
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What is a concerto grosso?
A group of soloists with an orchestra accompaniment
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When was the Classical period?
1750 – 1820
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