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Music Theory 201 - Jazz Theory Explored.
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On which beats should you snap your fingers when listening to jazz?
on the 2 and 4
on the 1 and 3
on the 1 and 2
on each beat
How many notes are in the blues scale?
The comping instruments provide the _________ in a jazz song.
Jazz began its development in __________.
New York City
What type of music blends elements of rock music with jazz improvisation?
Which of the following is not a mode of the major scale?
West Coast Jazz is another way to describe _______.
What is the difference between a minor 7th chord and a half-diminished 7th chord?
The half-diminished 7th chord has a raised 7th
The half-diminished 7th chord has a flatted 5th
The half-diminished 7th chord has a flatted 3rd
The half-diminished 7th chord has a flatted 7th
A G▵ chord is the same as a G7 chord. True or false?
The __________ provide a lot of the notes that we need to work over chords with altered notes.
In jazz, the melody is referred as the head. True or false?
Which mode is associated with major 7th #11 chords?
Jazz primarily uses triads. True or false?
How is a half-diminished 7th notated on a chord chart?
With a circle
With a triangle
With a a circle with a slash through it
With the number 7
What is this scale? C - D - E - G - A
C bebop scale
C major pentatonic
C blues scale
C minor pentatonic
What is the difference between a major 7th chord and a dominant 7th chord?
The dominant 7th chord has a flatted 3rd
The dominant 7th chord has a flatted 7th
The dominant 7th chord has a flatted 5th
The dominant 7th chord has a raised 7th
The Swing Era was in the ______.
What are “Trading fours?
When each musician improvise solos for 4 bars turn by turn
When 4 musicians improvise together for 4 bars
When 4 musicians improvise together for 4 choruses
When each musician improvise solos for 4 choruses turn by turn
Dizzy Gillespie was part of the _______ era.
In jazz, the kick and snare provide the backbone of the beat by playing on the stronger beats. True or false?
Which of the following has the same note as the E phrygian mode?
B locrian mode
G myxolydian mode
All answers are correct
C ionian mode mode
A series of chords which lead into the next section or repetition of a song is called ___________.
What is the C Major Pentatonic Scale?
C E G A B
C E F G A
C D E F G
C D E G A
The C whole tone scale contains the same note as the D whole note scale. True or false?
Who was not a jazzman of the Swing Era?
Music Theory 201
Jazz Theory Explored
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