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Music Theory 106 - Building Chord Progressions.
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Moving to the Tonic is like
moving to 'home base'
moving to a 'higher place'
In the following chord progression, Ab min is a _________. F / A min / Ab min / G min / C
secondary dominant chord
chromatic passing chord
diatonic passing chord
A half cadence ends on the:
Which degrees of the scale can be added to the basic triad to make added tone chords?
2nd, 4th or 6th
Flattened 3rd or flattened 7th
4th, 6th or 7th
What are the Three main Chord Classes ?
Dominant, Median, Super Tonic
Tonic, SubTonic, SuperTonic
Dominant, SubDominant, Tonic
Tonic, Dominant, SubMedian
A7 is the secondary dominant of which chords?(Choose the best answer)
D min, D major, D7 and D diminished
D min, D major and D7
E min, E major, E7, E diminished
E min, E major, E7
Which note is the Supertonic of the C major scale?
Which type of cadence is a IV - I progression?
Which note is the mediant of the C major scale?
In the following progression, which chord is the secondary dominant: C / A min / B7 / E min / G7 / C
Which chord is not a diatonic chord of the C major scale?
Which chord provides the strongest feeling of resolution back to the Tonic?
Sus chords differ from added tone chords because
They omits the 3rd
They omits the fifth
Added tone chords can only be minor
Added tone chords can only be major
Which of the following chord type is "open and ambiguous"?
The first scale degree is called the
An Authentic cadence is more subtle than a Plagal cadence. True or false?
Which chord represents stability?
According to the course, a chord progression is like:
A chord shared by two tonal centers is called:
a borrowed chord
a shared chord
a pivot chord
a dominant chord
Styles that are very rhythmic in a nature often benefit from using
simpler chord progressions
complex chord progressions
Transpose the following chord progressions to Ab major. C / F / A min / G
Ab / Db / F min / Eb
Ab / Db / F min / G
Ab / Eb / G min / C
Ab / Eb / G min / F
Which chord provides the strongest feeling of resolution back to the tonic chord?
Which chord is often used to prolong a resolution?
What is Backcycling technique used for?
Help to shorten a progression & leads back to the dominant
Help to elongate a progression & leads back to the dominant
Help to shorten a progression & leads back to the tonic
Help to elongate a progression & leads back to the tonic
The I, IV and V chords are called
the primary triads
the major chords
the independant triads
Music Theory 106
Building Chord Progressions
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