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AP Music Theory Chapter 4
aural skills
melodic dictation
harmonic dictation
moveable-Do
the process of identifying, producing, and notating the eleme…
Writing down the pitch and rhythm of a melody
Listening to a four-part harmonization then writing down the…
A solfeggio where regardless of what key you are in, the toni…
aural skills
the process of identifying, producing, and notating the eleme…
melodic dictation
Writing down the pitch and rhythm of a melody
14 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 4
Parallel Keys
Minor Pentachord
Melodic Minor
Natural Minor
keys in different modes that share the same letter name... ex: E…
When the second differs from the first by just one pitch: its…
This scale differs in its ascending and descending forms.... In…
This scale has the same pitches in ascending and descending f…
Parallel Keys
keys in different modes that share the same letter name... ex: E…
Minor Pentachord
When the second differs from the first by just one pitch: its…
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Chapter 4: AP Music Theory
anacrusis/upbeat/pickup
compound duple
compound triple
compound quadruple
occurs when a melody starts just before the first downbeat in…
any meter with two beats in a measure, with each beat divided…
any meter with three beats in a measure, with each beat divid…
any meter with four beats in a measure, with each beat divide…
anacrusis/upbeat/pickup
occurs when a melody starts just before the first downbeat in…
compound duple
any meter with two beats in a measure, with each beat divided…
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AP Music Theory: Chapter 4
Defined melodic dictation
How many sight singing examples will b…
True or False: One sight singing melod…
True or False: Both sight singing exam…
The writing down of pitches and rhythm accurately based on au…
2
True
False; One will be in simple meter and the other in compound…
Defined melodic dictation
The writing down of pitches and rhythm accurately based on au…
How many sight singing examples will b…
2
Ap Music Theory Chapter 4
Aural Skills
Solmizaton
Solfege
Solfege Syllables
hearing training for intervals
the act, practice, or system of using syllables to denote the…
solmization
the study of singing and musicianship using solmization sylla…
Aural Skills
hearing training for intervals
Solmizaton
the act, practice, or system of using syllables to denote the…
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AP Music Theory Chapter 4
aural skills
melodic dictation
harmonic dictation
moveable-Do
the process of identifying, producing, and notating the eleme…
Writing down the pitch and rhythm of a melody
Listening to a four-part harmonization then writing down the…
A solfeggio where regardless of what key you are in, the toni…
aural skills
the process of identifying, producing, and notating the eleme…
melodic dictation
Writing down the pitch and rhythm of a melody
25 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 4: Chords
Harmony
Chord
Triad
Tertian
the musical result of tones sounding together. refers to the…
a harmonic unit with t least three different tones sounding s…
any three-tone chord
chords containing a superposition of harmonic thirds; has com…
Harmony
the musical result of tones sounding together. refers to the…
Chord
a harmonic unit with t least three different tones sounding s…
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AP Music Theory: Major Keys
C major
G major
D major
A major
sharp key; 0 sharps, 0 flats
sharp key; 1 sharp: F#
sharp key; 2 sharps: F#, C#
sharp key; 3 sharps: F#, C#, G#
C major
sharp key; 0 sharps, 0 flats
G major
sharp key; 1 sharp: F#
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AP Music Theory Chapter 4 Terms
Harmony
Chord
Triad
Tertian
musical result of tones sounding together
Harmonic unit with at least three different tones
Any three tone chord (commonly built in thirds). Also an orga…
Triad built in thirds
Harmony
musical result of tones sounding together
Chord
Harmonic unit with at least three different tones
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AP Music Theory Chapter 4 Terms
Anacrusis
Compound duple
Compound triple
Compound quadruple
The pick-up; the melody starts on the 1st downbeat of the 1st…
Meter with 2 beats in a measure and each beat can be divided…
3 beats in a measure, each beat can be divided into 3.
4 beats in a measure, each beat can be divided into 3.
Anacrusis
The pick-up; the melody starts on the 1st downbeat of the 1st…
Compound duple
Meter with 2 beats in a measure and each beat can be divided…
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AP Music Theory: Chapter 4 & 5 Test
Practice:
Notation of triad in root position
Notation of triad 1st inversion
Notation of triad 2nd inversion
-inversions... -writing melodic lines
nothing
6
6... 4
Practice:
-inversions... -writing melodic lines
Notation of triad in root position
nothing
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AP Music Theory Vocab : Chapter 4 & 5
Diatonic
Altered or Chromatic
Harmonic Progression
Voice Leading
Chords made up only of notes from the scale on which the pass…
Chords using notes not in the scale.
The ways in which chords are selected.
The ways in which chords are produced by the motions of indiv…
Diatonic
Chords made up only of notes from the scale on which the pass…
Altered or Chromatic
Chords using notes not in the scale.
AP Music Theory Chapter 4 Vocab
harmony
chord
triad
tertian
the musical result of tones sounding together
a harmonic unit with at least three different tones sounding…
any three-tone chord
chords containing a super-position of harmonic thirds
harmony
the musical result of tones sounding together
chord
a harmonic unit with at least three different tones sounding…
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AP Music Theory - Major Scales
Number of Sharps: G
Number of Sharps: D
Number of Sharps: A
Number of Sharps: E
1: F
2: F, C
3: F, C, G
4: F, C, G, D
Number of Sharps: G
1: F
Number of Sharps: D
2: F, C
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AP Music Theory Chapter 3
Tonic
Supertonic
Mediant
Subdominant
First note of a scale (do)
Second note of the scale (re)
Third note of a scale (mi)
Fourth note of a scale (fa)
Tonic
First note of a scale (do)
Supertonic
Second note of the scale (re)
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AP Music Theory Chapter 2
note tree
breve
whole note
half note
shows the relationship of duration symbols
Also known as the double whole note. Would take up 8 counts i…
Also known as the semibreve. Has half the duration of the bre…
Has half the duration of the whole note. Would take up 2 coun…
note tree
shows the relationship of duration symbols
breve
Also known as the double whole note. Would take up 8 counts i…
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AP Music Theory Chapter 1
pitch
dynamic
timbre
articulation
wavelength/frequency. Tells the distance between one wave and…
wave height/amplitude. Tells the size/height/intensity of eac…
waveform/tone color. Tells the shape and form of the sound wa…
envelope. It is composed of a sound's attack, sustain, and re…
pitch
wavelength/frequency. Tells the distance between one wave and…
dynamic
wave height/amplitude. Tells the size/height/intensity of eac…
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AP Music Theory (Major Notes)
C major
C# major
Cb major
G major
All natural
All sharp
All flat
GABCDEF#
C major
All natural
C# major
All sharp
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AP Music Theory: Major Notes
What is the order of flats?
How many flats does F have?
How many flats does Bb have?
How many flats does Eb have?
B,E,A,D,G,C,F
1: Bb
2: Bb, and Eb
3: Bb, Eb, and Ab
What is the order of flats?
B,E,A,D,G,C,F
How many flats does F have?
1: Bb
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AP Music Theory Key Identification Major
C Major
G Major
D Major
A Major
0 flats... 0 sharps
1 sharp
2 sharps
3 sharps
C Major
0 flats... 0 sharps
G Major
1 sharp
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AP Music Theory Chapter 1-4 Test
What are spaces of the Treble Clef?
What are the lines of the Treble Clef?
What are the lines of the bass clef?
What are the spaces on the bass clef?
F,A,C,E
E,G,B,D,F
G,B,D,F,A
A,C,E,G
What are spaces of the Treble Clef?
F,A,C,E
What are the lines of the Treble Clef?
E,G,B,D,F
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AP music theory minors and majors
C major
Ab major
D major
A major
A minor; no sharps or flats
F minor; four flats
B minor; two sharps
F# minor; three sharps
C major
A minor; no sharps or flats
Ab major
F minor; four flats
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AP Music Theory: Modes, Majors/Minors
Accidental
Chromatic, Chromaticism
Diatonic
Key signature
musical symbol that appears before a note to raise/lower its…
Chromatic music includes pitches from outside the diatonic co…
1. collection of 7 pitch classes, conform to pattern of whole…
Located at the beginning of each line of a musical score afte…
Accidental
musical symbol that appears before a note to raise/lower its…
Chromatic, Chromaticism
Chromatic music includes pitches from outside the diatonic co…
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AP Music Theory - Major Scales (sharp)
C
G
D
A
no sharps
one sharp
two sharps
three sharps
C
no sharps
G
one sharp
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Major and Minor Key Signatures - AP Music Theory
C Major/A Minor
G Major/E Minor
D Major/B Minor
A Major/F# Minor
No Flats No Sharps
1 Sharp
2 Sharps
3 Sharps
C Major/A Minor
No Flats No Sharps
G Major/E Minor
1 Sharp
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Music Theory Chapter 4&5
Teritan (triadic) harmony
SATB
Root
Root Position
CPP composition is based on __________________
4-part writing
Letter name of a triad or chord
Root pitch of a triad or chord is the lowest voice
Teritan (triadic) harmony
CPP composition is based on __________________
SATB
4-part writing
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AP Music Theory chapter 2
alla breve
anacrusis
bar line
Compound Meter
a time signature indicating 2 or 4 half-note beats in a bar.
pick up
when the beat is divided into 3 parts ... (if the top number is…
alla breve
a time signature indicating 2 or 4 half-note beats in a bar.
anacrusis
pick up
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AP music theory major key signatures
No sharps or flats
2 sharps
2 flats
3 sharps
C major
D Major
B flat major
A major
No sharps or flats
C major
2 sharps
D Major
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AP Music Theory Chords - Major Key
do mi sol
re fa la
mi sol ti
fa la do
I chord
ii chord
iii chord
IV chord
do mi sol
I chord
re fa la
ii chord
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AP Music Theory Chapter 3
scales
chromatic scale
Asymmetrical (scale)
major scale
ordered collection of pitches in whole- and half-step pattern…
a symmetrical scale with all pitches spaced a half-step apart…
A scale made using a pattern of whole and half steps.
All major scales share the same pattern: W-W-H-W-W-W-H (repre…
scales
ordered collection of pitches in whole- and half-step pattern…
chromatic scale
a symmetrical scale with all pitches spaced a half-step apart…
45 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 2
note tree
breve
whole note
half note
shows the relationship of duration symbols
Also known as the double whole note. Would take up 8 counts i…
Also known as the semibreve. Has half the duration of the bre…
Has half the duration of the whole note. Would take up 2 coun…
note tree
shows the relationship of duration symbols
breve
Also known as the double whole note. Would take up 8 counts i…
45 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 2
note tree
breve
whole note
half note
shows the relationship of duration symbols
Also known as the double whole note. Would take up 8 counts i…
Also known as the semibreve. Has half the duration of the bre…
Has half the duration of the whole note. Would take up 2 coun…
note tree
shows the relationship of duration symbols
breve
Also known as the double whole note. Would take up 8 counts i…
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Music Theory Chapter 4
beat subdivision
ties
slurs
articulation
one step further than beat division
arcs connecting the note heads of two identical pitches
arcs that connect two or more different pitches
tell a performer how to play the music
beat subdivision
one step further than beat division
ties
arcs connecting the note heads of two identical pitches
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Music Theory Chapter 4: Chords
Harmony
Major Triad
Minor Triad
Diminished Triad
The musical result of tones sounding together. Refers to the…
M3 + P5
m3 + P5
m3 + d5
Harmony
The musical result of tones sounding together. Refers to the…
Major Triad
M3 + P5
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Music Theory Chapter 4
harmony
chord
triad
tertian
is the musical result of tones sounding together
is a harmonic unit with at least three different tones soundi…
is any three tone chord
refers to the note on which a triad is built
harmony
is the musical result of tones sounding together
chord
is a harmonic unit with at least three different tones soundi…
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Music Theory - Chapter 4
chords made up only of notes from the…
all other chords using notes not in th…
I, IV, V
ii, iii, vi
Diatonic chords
altered or chromatic chords
DtriadM: Major
DtriadM: minor
chords made up only of notes from the…
Diatonic chords
all other chords using notes not in th…
altered or chromatic chords
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Music Theory Chapter 4
harmony
chord
triad
tertian
the musical result of tones sounding together
a harmonic unit with at least three different tones sounding…
any three-tone chord
chords containing a superposition of harmonic thirds
harmony
the musical result of tones sounding together
chord
a harmonic unit with at least three different tones sounding…
17 terms
AP Music Theory Key Signatures - Major
C#
F#
B
E
7#
6#
5#
4#
C#
7#
F#
6#
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Barron's AP Music Theory Chapter 1: Music Fundamentals
Sound
Pitch
Dynamics
Timbre
Variations in air pressure
The length of the sound wave
The height of the sound wave
The shape/form of the sound wave
Sound
Variations in air pressure
Pitch
The length of the sound wave
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Chapter 4: Major Theories
ethology
Evolutionary Psychology
Psychosocial Evolution
Psychosexual theory
study of the functional significance of expressive behavior i…
study of long term historical origins of behavior
the contribution of each generation to the knowledge and norm…
sexual reproduction in the survival or extinction of species
ethology
study of the functional significance of expressive behavior i…
Evolutionary Psychology
study of long term historical origins of behavior
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Music theory chapter 4
Macro analysis
Circle progression
Leading tone progression
Lead sheet or fake sheet
An analytical procedure that you can employ along with or ins…
The solid slur is attached to adjacent letter symbols his roo…
The dotted slur is connected to leading tone chords whose roo…
A score with the melody and the popular music symbols
Macro analysis
An analytical procedure that you can employ along with or ins…
Circle progression
The solid slur is attached to adjacent letter symbols his roo…
25 terms
AP music chapter 4
Harmony
Chord
Triad
Tertian
The musical result of tones sounding together
A harmonic unit with at least three different tone sounded si…
Any three-tone chord
Chords containing a superposition of harmonic thirds
Harmony
The musical result of tones sounding together
Chord
A harmonic unit with at least three different tone sounded si…
6 terms
Chapter 4 Music Theory Quiz
Common Diatonic 7th Chords in Major
Common Diatonic 7th Chords in Minor
Common Diatonic Triads in Major
Common Diatonic Triads in Minor
M7- 1, 4... Mm7- 5... m7- 2, 3, 6... half diminished- 7... NO AUGMENTED O…
M7- 3, 6... Mm7- 5... m7- 1, 4... half diminished- 2... fully diminished-…
M- 1, 4, 5... m- 2, 3, 6... diminished- 7... augmented- none
M- 3, 5, 6... m- 1, 4... diminished- 2, 7... augmented- none
Common Diatonic 7th Chords in Major
M7- 1, 4... Mm7- 5... m7- 2, 3, 6... half diminished- 7... NO AUGMENTED O…
Common Diatonic 7th Chords in Minor
M7- 3, 6... Mm7- 5... m7- 1, 4... half diminished- 2... fully diminished-…
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AP Music Theory 4
Texture
Density
Range
Monophonic Texture
the way melodic, rhythmic and harmonic materials are woven to…
thick (many voices or parts) or thin (few voices or parts)
this is described as wide or narrow and refers to the distanc…
a single melody, can be expanded by octaves or other intervals
Texture
the way melodic, rhythmic and harmonic materials are woven to…
Density
thick (many voices or parts) or thin (few voices or parts)
8 terms
Music theory chapter 4
Aural skills
Solfege
Solfege syllables
Moveable do
The process of identifying, producing, and notating the eleme…
Fixed do where the do is always do, D is always re, etc.
Do re mi fa sol la ti do
When the tonic is always do no matter what key you're in
Aural skills
The process of identifying, producing, and notating the eleme…
Solfege
Fixed do where the do is always do, D is always re, etc.
8 terms
Music Theory Chapter 4
^1
^2
^3
^4
tonic
supertonic
mediant
subdominant
^1
tonic
^2
supertonic
21 terms
G Major Music Theory 13.3 Triads in 4 Parts: Major keys
A flat: ii
A: ii6
E-flat: ii6/4
F: IV
A flat: ii
A: ii6
25 terms
Music Theory Chapter 4
0 steps
1/2 step
1 whole step
`1 1/2 steps
perfect unison (identical pitches)
minor 2nd
major 2nd
minor 3rd
0 steps
perfect unison (identical pitches)
1/2 step
minor 2nd
17 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 5
Compound Interval
Consonant Interval
Diatonic Interval
Dissonant Interval
Larger than an octave
P1, m3, M3, P4, P5, m6, M6, P8
Happens within a key naturally
m2, M2, m7, M7
Compound Interval
Larger than an octave
Consonant Interval
P1, m3, M3, P4, P5, m6, M6, P8
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AP Music Theory Intro & Chapter 1 Terms
Sound
Vibration
Compression
Rarefaction
Sound is defined as the sensation of vibrations transmited th…
Vibration is defined as a periodic motion of a type of substa…
Compression is increased pressure in the air caused by an act…
Rarefaction is decreased pressure in the air caused by an act…
Sound
Sound is defined as the sensation of vibrations transmited th…
Vibration
Vibration is defined as a periodic motion of a type of substa…
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