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Music Theory Chapter 5
compound interval
consonant interval
counterpoint
diatonic interval
major 9th... an interval larger then and octave
Stable ... "clean sounding"... perfect unison... perfect 5... perfect oct…
playing a melody or melodies in conjunction with another
involving only notes proper to the prevailing key without chr…
compound interval
major 9th... an interval larger then and octave
consonant interval
Stable ... "clean sounding"... perfect unison... perfect 5... perfect oct…
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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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Music Theory Chapter 5
Phrase
harmonic cadence
perfect authentic cadence
imperfect authentic cadence
is a substantial music thought which ends with a musical punc…
is a musical punctuation that closes a phrase or section of m…
is a progression from v to I in major keys both chords in roo…
V to I or vii to i
Phrase
is a substantial music thought which ends with a musical punc…
harmonic cadence
is a musical punctuation that closes a phrase or section of m…
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Music Theory: Chapter 5
Compound Interval
Consonant Interval
Dissonant Interval
Enharmonic Interval
Interval larger than or equal to an octave
"Sounds good" interval
"Crunchy" Interval
Sounds the same, different spelling
Compound Interval
Interval larger than or equal to an octave
Consonant Interval
"Sounds good" interval
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Music theory chapter 5
Phrase
Harmonic cadence
Perfect authentic cadence
Imperfect authentic cadence
A substantial musical thought, which ends with a musical punc…
Musical punctuation that closes a phrase or section of music
A progression form V to I in major key and V to i in minor ke…
Inversion; non tonic; vii* to
Phrase
A substantial musical thought, which ends with a musical punc…
Harmonic cadence
Musical punctuation that closes a phrase or section of music
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AP Music Theory: Chapter 5
Harmony
Counterpoint
Interval
Fourths, fifths, and octaves
Notes Sounded simultaneously creating a vertical element of m…
A single melody line or linear voice added to another line or…
The distance between two pitches
Perfect intervals
Harmony
Notes Sounded simultaneously creating a vertical element of m…
Counterpoint
A single melody line or linear voice added to another line or…
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AP Music Theory: Chapter 5
Harmony refers to what?
Define counterpoint
Define interval
What are the three perfect intervals?
The way notes are simultaneously sounded creating a vertical…
A single melody line or linear voice added to another line or…
The distance between two pitches
Fourths, fifths, and octaves
Harmony refers to what?
The way notes are simultaneously sounded creating a vertical…
Define counterpoint
A single melody line or linear voice added to another line or…
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Music Theory Chapter 5: Cadences and Nonharmonic Tones
cadence
phrase
perfect authentic cadence
Imperfect authentic cadence
chords organized in a specific combination to signal the conc…
a substainal musical thought, which ends with a cadence
Progression from V to I or in minor, V to i
1. when the highest sounding tone in the train is not the ton…
cadence
chords organized in a specific combination to signal the conc…
phrase
a substainal musical thought, which ends with a cadence
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Music Theory - Chapter 5
ways in which chords are produced by t…
the combining of relatively independen…
1. Rhythm... 2. Harmony... 3. Contour... 4. Lea…
Keep it simple
Voice leading or part writing
counterpoint
Voice leading procedures
Voice leading procedures: 1. Rhythm
ways in which chords are produced by t…
Voice leading or part writing
the combining of relatively independen…
counterpoint
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Chapter 5 music theory
Harmonic Cadence
Perfect Authentic Cadence
Imperfect Authentic Cadence
Half Cadence
Musical punctuation that closes a phrase or section of music
...
...
...
Harmonic Cadence
Musical punctuation that closes a phrase or section of music
Perfect Authentic Cadence
...
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Chapter 5 Music Theory
Direct 5th or 8ve
Objectionable parallels
Unequal 5ths
Leaps
-outer part moves in the same direction... -leap in the soprano…
two parts separated by a P5 or P8 move to new notes and are s…
OK: o5 - P5/ P5 - o5 in the same two voices... NOT OK: o5 - P5 b…
-no aug intervals, 7th, and intervals larger than P8... -Larger…
Direct 5th or 8ve
-outer part moves in the same direction... -leap in the soprano…
Objectionable parallels
two parts separated by a P5 or P8 move to new notes and are s…
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AP Music Theory Chapter 5
Perfect Authentic
Imperfect Authentic
Plagel
Half
V-I; V-i; V7-i; V7-I
V6-i; V-i6
IV-I; iv-i
ends in V (I-V; ii-V; IV-V)
Perfect Authentic
V-I; V-i; V7-i; V7-I
Imperfect Authentic
V6-i; V-i6
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Music theory chapter 5
Caret symbol
Cautionary accidental/ courtesy accide…
Circle of fifths
Dominant
(^) put above number to show scale degree
Added just to remind musician to go back to original key
Sequence of keys that moves clockwise in successive perfect 5…
Fifth scale degree
Caret symbol
(^) put above number to show scale degree
Cautionary accidental/ courtesy accide…
Added just to remind musician to go back to original key
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Music Theory Chapter 5: Cadences and Nonharmonic Tones
cadence
phrase
perfect authentic cadence
Imperfect authentic cadence
chords organized in a specific combination to signal the conc…
a substainal musical thought, which ends with a cadence
Progression from V to I or in minor, V to i
1. when the highest sounding tone in the train is not the ton…
cadence
chords organized in a specific combination to signal the conc…
phrase
a substainal musical thought, which ends with a cadence
35 terms
Chapter 5 Music Theory
harmonic progression and voice leading
voice leading or part writing
Counterpoint
Rhythm
a series of chord changes forming the underlying harmony of a…
the way in which chords are produced by the motions of indivi…
Refers to the combining of relatively independent musical lines
Keep the rhythm simple, with most durations being equal to or…
harmonic progression and voice leading
a series of chord changes forming the underlying harmony of a…
voice leading or part writing
the way in which chords are produced by the motions of indivi…
Music Theory Chapter 5
Harmony
Counterpoint
Interval
Melodic
The way notes are simultaneosly sounded creating a vertical e…
A melody line added onto another line
Distance between two pitches
Sounding one after another as in a melody
Harmony
The way notes are simultaneosly sounded creating a vertical e…
Counterpoint
A melody line added onto another line
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Music Theory: Chapter 5
fine
common time (c)
alla breve or cut time (c)
(D.S.) Dal Segno al coda
end
same as 4/4 time
The same as 2/2 time
return to the sign, proceed to the coda sign, then skip to th…
fine
end
common time (c)
same as 4/4 time
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Chapter 5: AP Music Theory
Aeolian (diatonic mode)
Dorian (diatonic mode)
Ionian (diatonic mode)
Locrian (diatonic mode)
diatonic mode/ordered collection with the pattern of whole an…
diatonic mode/ordered collection with the pattern of whole an…
diatonic mode/ordered collection with the pattern of whole an…
diatonic mode/ordered collection with the pattern of whole an…
Aeolian (diatonic mode)
diatonic mode/ordered collection with the pattern of whole an…
Dorian (diatonic mode)
diatonic mode/ordered collection with the pattern of whole an…
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Music Theory Chapter 5
compound meters
compound duple
compound triple
compound quadruple
each beat divides into three parts
divided into 2, 6/4, 6/8, 6/16
divided into 3, 9/4, 9/8, 9/16
divided into 4, 12/4, 12/8, 12/16
compound meters
each beat divides into three parts
compound duple
divided into 2, 6/4, 6/8, 6/16
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Chapter 5 AP Music Theory
Phrase
Harmonic Cadence
Perfect Authentic Cadence
Imperfect Authentic Cadence
a substantial musical thought, which ends with a musical punc…
musical punctuation that closes a phrase or section of music.
a progression from V to I in major keys and V to i in minor k…
slightly weaker than the perfect authentic cadence.
Phrase
a substantial musical thought, which ends with a musical punc…
Harmonic Cadence
musical punctuation that closes a phrase or section of music.
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Music Theory Chapter 5
Natural Minor (ascending and descending)
Harmonic Minor (ascending and descendi…
Melodic Minor (ascending and descending)
Augmented 2nd
the scale whose accidentals exactly match the key signature o…
the scale is exact to the key signatures relative major, but…
the scale is exact to Natural Minor, but the scale degree dif…
A step and a half
Natural Minor (ascending and descending)
the scale whose accidentals exactly match the key signature o…
Harmonic Minor (ascending and descendi…
the scale is exact to the key signatures relative major, but…
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AP Music Theory Chapter 5
harmony
counterpoint
melodic
interval
refers to the way notes are simultaneously sounded creating a…
a single melody line or linear voice added to another line or…
sounding one after another as in a melody
distance between 2 pitches
harmony
refers to the way notes are simultaneously sounded creating a…
counterpoint
a single melody line or linear voice added to another line or…
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Music Theory I- Chapter 5
Conjunct
Stepwise
One
Simple
What should the contour of a melody primarily be?
What does conjunct mean?
How many focal point should there be in a melody?
What type of rhythm should a melody be?
Conjunct
What should the contour of a melody primarily be?
Stepwise
What does conjunct mean?
24 terms
Music Theory Chapter 5
Static motion
Oblique motion
Similar motion
Contrary motion
Both parts stay on the same notes
One note moves, the other stays
Both move the same direction, but not the same intervals
Move opposite directions
Static motion
Both parts stay on the same notes
Oblique motion
One note moves, the other stays
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Music Theory-Chapter 5
Plagal Cadence
Deceptive cadence
Imperfect Authentic Cadence
Harmonic Minor
IV to I in major keys or iv to i in minor keys
If the first chord is V and the second is not I
The highest sounding tone in the tonic triad is a tone other…
m d A m M M d
Plagal Cadence
IV to I in major keys or iv to i in minor keys
Deceptive cadence
If the first chord is V and the second is not I
28 terms
Barron's AP Music Theory Chapter 5 - Harmonic Organization 1: Intervals, Triads, and Seventh Chords
counterpoint
melodic interval
perfect intervals are the _____ in maj…
if the top note is in the major key of…
two melodic lines combined
two pitches sounded at different times
same
it is major or perfect
counterpoint
two melodic lines combined
melodic interval
two pitches sounded at different times
Music Theory Chapter 5 vocab
Anacrusis
Compound triple
Compound Duple
Compound Quadruple
rhythmic structure that comes before a full measure of music
9/8; a compound meter that has three beats per measure
6/8; a compound meter that has two beats per measure
12/8; a compound meter that has four beats per measure
Anacrusis
rhythmic structure that comes before a full measure of music
Compound triple
9/8; a compound meter that has three beats per measure
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Music Theory Terms Chapter 5
voice leading
counterpoint
reduced score
full score
manipulation of the motions of individual musical lines
the combining of relatively independent musical lines
notated at concert pitch on as few staves as possible
all or most of the parts are notated on their own individual…
voice leading
manipulation of the motions of individual musical lines
counterpoint
the combining of relatively independent musical lines
12 terms
music theory vocab chapter 5
interval
melodic interval
harmonic interval
simple interval
distance between two pitches
two pitches played after the other
two pitches played at the same time
intervals smaller than an octave
interval
distance between two pitches
melodic interval
two pitches played after the other
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AP Music Theory Chapter 5-10
harmonic progression
part writing
counterpoint
conjunct
the way which chords are selected
the ways in which chords are produced by the motions of indiv…
the combining of relatively independent musical lines
stepwise motion
harmonic progression
the way which chords are selected
part writing
the ways in which chords are produced by the motions of indiv…
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Music Theory: Chapter 5-Intervals
Simple Intervals
Compound Intervals
Unison
Group 1 Intervals
Intervals within an octave.
Intervals greater than an octave.
The first interval
Unison... 4ths... 5ths ... Octaves ... Perfect, Augmented and Diminished
Simple Intervals
Intervals within an octave.
Compound Intervals
Intervals greater than an octave.
Ap Music Theory Chapter 5
Counterpoint
Enharmonis Intervals
Simple Intervales
Compound Intervals
a single melody linear voice added to another line or voice
sound the same but look different, there for function differe…
intervals that are one octave higher or smaller in quantity
intervals that are larger than an octave
Counterpoint
a single melody linear voice added to another line or voice
Enharmonis Intervals
sound the same but look different, there for function differe…
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Music Theory Chapter 5&6
Roman Numeral
Superscripts
Progression
Retrogression
Indicate the relationship of the chord root to the key and th…
Indicate additional quality characteristics, inversions, the…
Sensible, predictable movement from one chord to another
Movement "against the flow"; typically avoided
Roman Numeral
Indicate the relationship of the chord root to the key and th…
Superscripts
Indicate additional quality characteristics, inversions, the…
28 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 5
Phrase
Harmonic cadence
Perfect authentic cadence
Imperfect authentic cadence
A substantial music thought, which ends with a musical punctu…
Musical punctuation that closes a phrase or a section of music
Progression from V to I in major keys and V to i in minor keys
Slightly weaker than the perfect authentic cadence. 1. Highes…
Phrase
A substantial music thought, which ends with a musical punctu…
Harmonic cadence
Musical punctuation that closes a phrase or a section of music
54 terms
Barron's AP Music Theory Chapter 5 - Harmonic Organization 1: Intervals, Triads, and Seventh Chords
harmony
counterpoint
interval
melodic interval
when notes are simultaneously sounded (creating a vertical el…
two melodic lines combined
the distance between two pitches
two pitches sounded at different times
harmony
when notes are simultaneously sounded (creating a vertical el…
counterpoint
two melodic lines combined
Music Theory 1-Chapter 5
Cadence
Phrase
Harmonic Cadence
Perfect Authentic Cadence
organizing chords into specific combinations to signal the co…
a substantial musical thought which ends with a musical punct…
musical punctuation that closes a phrase or section of music
a progression from V to I in major keys and V to i in minor k…
Cadence
organizing chords into specific combinations to signal the co…
Phrase
a substantial musical thought which ends with a musical punct…
37 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 5
harmony
counterpoint
interval
melodic (intervals)
the way notes are simultaneously sounded, creating a vertical…
Adding a single melody line or linear voice to ANOTHER line o…
distance between two pitches
(intervals) sounding one after another as in a melody
harmony
the way notes are simultaneously sounded, creating a vertical…
counterpoint
Adding a single melody line or linear voice to ANOTHER line o…
23 terms
Music Theory Chapter 2
3 beats per measure; quarter note = on…
4 beats per measure; quarter note = on…
6 beats per measure; eighth note = one…
common time; same as 4/4
In this time signature what does the top number represent and…
In this time signature what does the top number represent and…
In this time signature what does the top number represent and…
In this time signature what does the c represent and what oth…
3 beats per measure; quarter note = on…
In this time signature what does the top number represent and…
4 beats per measure; quarter note = on…
In this time signature what does the top number represent and…
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Music Theory Chapter 3
A (A-B-C#-D-E-F#-G#)
Ab (Ab-Bb-Cb-C-D-E-Gb)
B (C#-D#-E-F#-G#-A#)
Bb (Bb-Cb-Db-D-E-Gb-Ab)
A (A-B-C#-D-E-F#-G#)
Ab (Ab-Bb-Cb-C-D-E-Gb)
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AP Music Theory Chapter 5
Harmonic Progression
Voice Leading
What is rarely voiced in root position…
What beat does the final chord have to…
a series of chords
The way in which we move from one chord to the next, smoothly.
The 7th chord because it can cause parallels when moving to do.
Beat 1
Harmonic Progression
a series of chords
Voice Leading
The way in which we move from one chord to the next, smoothly.
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Chapter 5 Music Theory Terms Review
Whole Step
Diatonic Half Step
Chromatic Half Step
Scale Degree Names
-Two notes separated by a semitone.
-Half step between two notes that are not chromatic (C to C#…
-A half step taken between two notes with the same name.... -For…
-Tonic... -Supertonic... -Mediant... -Subdominant... -Dominant... -Submedian…
Whole Step
-Two notes separated by a semitone.
Diatonic Half Step
-Half step between two notes that are not chromatic (C to C#…
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Music Theory Exam chapter 5
parallel keys
3 types of minor
relative key
natural minor scale
E major and E minor
natural minor... harmonic minor... melodic minor
share key sig but different tonics
lower a half step 3,6,7
parallel keys
E major and E minor
3 types of minor
natural minor... harmonic minor... melodic minor
28 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 5 Terms
Phrase
Cadence
Harmonic Cadence
Perfect Authentic Cadence
Substantial musical thought that ends with a cadence
Musical punctuation at the end of a phrase
Cadence that closes a phrase or section of music
Progression from V to I in major keys or V to i in minor keys
Phrase
Substantial musical thought that ends with a cadence
Cadence
Musical punctuation at the end of a phrase
25 terms
Ap music theory chapter 5 terms
Phrase
Harmonic Cadence
Perfect authentic cadence
Imperfect authentic cadence
A sustainable musical thought, which ends with a musical punc…
A musical punctuation that closes a phrase or section of music
A progression from 5 to 1 in major keys and a 5 to a little 1…
Slightly weaker than the perfect authentic cadence
Phrase
A sustainable musical thought, which ends with a musical punc…
Harmonic Cadence
A musical punctuation that closes a phrase or section of music
11 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 5 Review
Augmented intervals, 7ths, and interva…
Close Structure
Open Structure
Static Motion
Leaps that should be avoided.
Less than an octave between soprano and tenor.
An octave or more between the soprano and tenor.
Neither part moves.
Augmented intervals, 7ths, and interva…
Leaps that should be avoided.
Close Structure
Less than an octave between soprano and tenor.
43 terms
PA music theory chapter 5 vocab
Compound Interval
Consonant Interval
Counterpoint
Diatonic Interval
Intervals larger than an octave in quantity
Stable; P1, P5, P8, M3, m3, M6, m6 & melodically P4
A single melody line or linear voice added to another line or…
Between notes within the same key or tonality
Compound Interval
Intervals larger than an octave in quantity
Consonant Interval
Stable; P1, P5, P8, M3, m3, M6, m6 & melodically P4
Chapter 5 Vocab AP Music Theory
half cadence
deceptive cadence
plagal cadence
non-harmonic tone
the second chord of this cadence is a V
in this cadence, the first chord is a V and the second is not…
this cadence is nearly always a one progression. IV to I in m…
these are tones that are non-chord tones. They are pitches th…
half cadence
the second chord of this cadence is a V
deceptive cadence
in this cadence, the first chord is a V and the second is not…
28 terms
Barron's AP Music Theory Chapter 5 - Harmonic Organization 1: Intervals, Triads, and Seventh Chords
counterpoint
melodic interval
perfect intervals are the _____ in maj…
if the top note is in the major key of…
two melodic lines combined
two pitches sounded at different times
same
it is major or perfect
counterpoint
two melodic lines combined
melodic interval
two pitches sounded at different times
19 terms
ap music theory chapter 5, 8 and 9
passing tone
neighboring Tone
escape tone
appogiatura
3, 2, 1 or 1, 2, 3... (step) PT (step)
2, 1, 2 or 1, 2, 1... (step) NT (Step)
2, 3, 1 ... (step) ET (skip)
1, 3, 2... (skip) APP (step)
passing tone
3, 2, 1 or 1, 2, 3... (step) PT (step)
neighboring Tone
2, 1, 2 or 1, 2, 1... (step) NT (Step)
12 terms
Music Theory Chapter 5; Principles of Voice Leading
harmonic progression
voice leading
counterpoint
rhythm
the way in which chords are selected
(a) the way in which chords are connected (b) the way in whic…
how relatively independent musical lines are related
movement marked by the regulated succession of strong and wea…
harmonic progression
the way in which chords are selected
voice leading
(a) the way in which chords are connected (b) the way in whic…
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