Fundamentals, meter, and scales/keys/modes
2/2, 2/4, 2/8 etc are examples of ____ time.
3/16, 3/8, etc are examples of ___ time.
4/16, 4/8 are examples are ____ time.
6/8, 6/4, 6/2 are examples of ___ time.
9/16, 9/8, 9/4 are examples of ___ time.
12/8,12/2 are examples of ___ time.
7/8 is an example of a/an ____ meter.
The major scale's pattern of W/H steps
The natural minor's pattern of W/H steps
The tonality of G major
The modality of G major
the use of natural, harmonic, and melodic minor within one composition
Harmonic minor raises the _th scale degree of the natural minor.
Melodic minor raises the _th and _th scale degree of the natural minor.
name of 7th scale degree in natural minor
name of 6th scale degree in melodic minor, a whole step and a half below the tonic
Order of stable ->active tones ([commas in between each])
Half step relationships to the most stable tones 1 and 3
Why are 4 and 7 the most active tones?
scale that requires the use of accidentals outside of the key signature
scale with alternating whole- and half-step intervals, featuring four pairs of tritones
anhemitonic pentatonic scale
5-tone scale with no half steps (and thus no active tones)
most common "mode"/notes in an anhemitonic pentatonic scale (can be rotated)
diminished fifth or augmented fourth
blues scale in relation to the major scale
ionian, dorian, phrygian, lydian, mixolydian, aeolian, locrian (I Don't Particularly Like My Aunt LOuise).
order of church modes
church mode equivalent of major scale
church mode equivalent of natural minor scale
dorian (adds one sharp), phrygian (adds one flat), aeolian
minor church modes
lydian (adds one sharp), mixolydian (adds one flat), ionian
major church modes - tonic triads are all major
alla breve (numerical time sig?)
major/minor mode mnemonic