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Ear Training 103 - Rhythm & Listening Skills.
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The Harmonic Rhythm is the rate at which chords are changing in a progression. True or false?
Harmonic Rhythm is the rate at which chords change in a progression. True or false?
Shuffle is similar to Swing, but more consistent and based on:
Time Signature tells us the number of beats per measure as well as the note value that gets the beat. True or false?
In "Call and Response" phrasing, the Call is like a question and the Response is like the answer. True or false?
Active listening is intellectual and analytical and requires a more interactive approach. True or false?
Swing happens when the second of two eighth notes is delayed in time. True or false?
4/4 Time is also known as Common Time.
In 3/4 time, there are how many beats per measure?
Which is NOT a duple subdivision?
Which is NOT true about passive listening?
Passive listening is "big picture" listening
Passive listening creates a background atmosphere
All are correct
Passive listening hits us emotionally and physically
"Playing in the Pocket" means:
playing in the center of the beat
playing ahead of the beat
playing behind the beat
None of other answers are correct
Tempo is the speed of the music’s pulse. True or false?
An accented note is:
a note that sounds just like the other notes
a note that is given emphasis
a muted note
a note detached and separated from the others
Active listening is better than passive listening. True or false?
Tempo is usually measured in:
Bars per minute
Notes per minute
Beats per minute
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