Music Theory Final

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Monophonic

A texture using only one voice

Homophonic

having the same sound or voice

Poliphony

texture using multiple voices at once

Ternary

form who's letters are ABA

Binary

Form who's letters are AB

Rondo

form who's letters are ABACABA

Through-composed

form whose letters are ABCD

Key of C

A major key with no flats or sharps

Key of D minor

Minor key with one flat

Key of A

Major key with three sharps

Key of F minor

Minor Key with 4 flats

Key of C# minor

Minor key with 4 sharps

Key of A minor

Minor key with no flats of sharps

Key of G

Major key with one sharp

Key of E minor

Minor key with one sharp

Key of D

Major key with two sharps

Key of B minor

Minor key with two sharps

Key of F# minor

Minor Key with three sharps

Key of E

Major key with four sharps

Key of B

Major key with five sharps

Key of G# minor

Minor key with five sharps

Key of F#

Major key with six sharps

Key of D# minor

Minor key with six sharps

Key of C#

Major key with seven sharps

Key of A# minor

Minor key with seven sharps

Key of F

Major key with one flat

Key of B

Major key with two flats

Key of G minor

Minor Key with two flats

Key of Eb

Major key with three flats

Key of C minor

Minor key with three flats

Key of Ab

Major key with four flats

Key of Db

Major key with five flats

Key of Bb minor

Minor key with five flats

Key of Gb

Major key with six flats

Key of Eb minor

Minor Key with six flats

Key of Cb

Major key with seven flats

Key of Ab minor

Minor key with seven flats

Lower Neighbor

Non chord tone with moves down and then back up to the same chord tone

Passing

Non Chord tone between two different chord tones

Upper Neighbor

Non chord tone with one note that moves up and then back down to the same chord tone

Plagle

Known as the aw men cadence it is a four chord followed by a one

Deceptive

A cadence ending with a Five followed by a six

Half Cadence

A Cadence ending with a five chord

Root Position

This cadence is perfect authentic

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