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Music Theory Chapter 16
Heterohpony/Heterophonic
Homophony/Homophonic
Chordal Homophony/Texture
Homorhythmic
one melody w/ diff variations of it played at the same time
one clearly melodic line that naturally draws your attention
every line/voice moving together w/the same rhythm
texture in which all voices or lines move together in the sam…
Heterohpony/Heterophonic
one melody w/ diff variations of it played at the same time
Homophony/Homophonic
one clearly melodic line that naturally draws your attention
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Music Theory-Chapter 16-Terms
Period
Antecedent
Consequent
Parallel period
Phrases which are put together in pairs.
The first phrase in a pair.
The second phrase in a pair.
When the beginning of the melody in both phrases in a period…
Period
Phrases which are put together in pairs.
Antecedent
The first phrase in a pair.
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Music Theory Chapter 16
How do you mark suspensions?
Are passing and neighbor tones commonl…
What is the numbering of a suspension…
What are the steps to writing a suspen…
Number it above the bass at the start of the suspension
Unaccented, but not exclusively.
2-3
Write a consonant preparation of the tone to be suspended... Ret…
How do you mark suspensions?
Number it above the bass at the start of the suspension
Are passing and neighbor tones commonl…
Unaccented, but not exclusively.
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Chapter 16 Music Theory
Formal divisions
Closed
Open
Simple forms
Where a piece can be divided into two or more major sections
If it cadences on the tonic of the composition
If it cadences anywhere other than the tonic
Two part(binary) form or three part (ternary) form
Formal divisions
Where a piece can be divided into two or more major sections
Closed
If it cadences on the tonic of the composition
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Chapter 16 music theory
Embellishing tone
Passing tone
Neighboring tone
Suspension
Note that doesn't fit within a harmony.
Stepwise/scalar motion; ex: C-D-E or E-D-C
Stepwise/scalar motion up and down or down and up; ex: C-D-C…
Delayed resolution, suspends pitch from original harmony; RES…
Embellishing tone
Note that doesn't fit within a harmony.
Passing tone
Stepwise/scalar motion; ex: C-D-E or E-D-C
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Music Theory Chapter 16 & 17
Alberti Bass
Cadential Extension
Canon (Canonic)
Codetta
The chords of the Alberti Bass are played as arpeggios, or br…
Delay of cadence by addition of material
Counterpoint in which each voice exactly imitates the previou…
Brief conclusion
Alberti Bass
The chords of the Alberti Bass are played as arpeggios, or br…
Cadential Extension
Delay of cadence by addition of material
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AP Music Theory: Chapter 16
Define form
What is the order for song form?
What is the order for binary form?
Phrases join together to make what?
The overall organization of a composition
aaba
AB
Sections
Define form
The overall organization of a composition
What is the order for song form?
aaba
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Music Theory Chapter 16 Vocab
Alberti Bass
Cadence
Cadential Extension
Canon, canonic
Arpeggio, or broken chords accompaniment presented in: 1,5,3,5
Sequence of notes or chords at the close of a musical phrase
Unequal phrase, extensions at end of phrase
Employs a melody, then has one or two more imitations of the…
Alberti Bass
Arpeggio, or broken chords accompaniment presented in: 1,5,3,5
Cadence
Sequence of notes or chords at the close of a musical phrase
Chapter 16 AP music theory
Formal divisions
Closed formal divisions
Open formal divisions
Simple forms
A piece of music can generally be divided into two or more ma…
A section is designated closed if it cadences on the tonic of…
Open if it cadences elsewhere
Two-part form or three-part form
Formal divisions
A piece of music can generally be divided into two or more ma…
Closed formal divisions
A section is designated closed if it cadences on the tonic of…
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AP Music Theory Chapter 16
Period
Antecedent
Consequent
Parallel Period
Phrases that come in pairs
First phrase in a period... Ends with a less complete cadence
Second phrase in a period... Ends with with a more complete or r…
beginning of the melody is the same in both phrases
Period
Phrases that come in pairs
Antecedent
First phrase in a period... Ends with a less complete cadence
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AP Music Theory Chapter 16 Vocabulary
Albert Bass
Cadence
Cadential Extension
Canon, Canonic
An accompaniment pattern using a three-note chord. The notes…
The harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic conclusion to a phrase.
Expansions at the end of phrases are known as suffixes
A piece of music in which two or more voices (or instrumental…
Albert Bass
An accompaniment pattern using a three-note chord. The notes…
Cadence
The harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic conclusion to a phrase.
AP Music Theory Chapter 16 Vocabulary
Alberti Bass
Cadence
Cadential Extension
Canon/Canonic
Arpeggiated accompaniment in which the notes are presented in…
A stylized close in music which divides the music into period…
The prolongation (post-cadential extension) or delay (pre-cad…
A piece in which the same melody is begun in different parts…
Alberti Bass
Arpeggiated accompaniment in which the notes are presented in…
Cadence
A stylized close in music which divides the music into period…
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AP Music Theory Chapter 16 Vocabulary
Binary Form
Rondo Form
Sonata Allegro Form
Ternary Form
two sections, often repeated; two sections comprised of the s…
has a principle theme (motive) that alternates with one or mo…
a unique form (developed from binary and ternary) that return…
has three parts generally with a recapitulation (return to A)…
Binary Form
two sections, often repeated; two sections comprised of the s…
Rondo Form
has a principle theme (motive) that alternates with one or mo…
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AP Music Theory - Chapter 8 Spacing/Voicing/Position & Voice Leading
Alto
Bass
Closed position
Doubling
Below soprano, above tenor
Lowest voice
Space of less than an octave between soprano and tenor, chord…
Assigning same pitch to 2 voices
Alto
Below soprano, above tenor
Bass
Lowest voice
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Chapter 16 Music Terms
Formal divisions
Closed Formal divisions
Open formal divisions
Simple forms
The boundaries between the sections
Cadence is on the tonic
If the cadence is elsewhere
Two pet binary form or three part ternary form
Formal divisions
The boundaries between the sections
Closed Formal divisions
Cadence is on the tonic
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Chapter 16 Evolutionary Theory Terms
Evolution
Artificial Selection
Natural Selection
Adaptation
the process in which species change over time
the human practice of breeding animals or plants that have ce…
the process in which individuals that are better adapted to t…
a trait that improves an organisms ability to survive and rep…
Evolution
the process in which species change over time
Artificial Selection
the human practice of breeding animals or plants that have ce…
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AP Music Theory Chapter 16 Glossary for Obi-Wells
Alberti Bass
Cadence
Cadential Extension
Canon, Canonic
An accompaniment pattern using a three-note chord. The notes…
The harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic conclusion to a phrase.
Expansions at the end of phrases are known as suffixes
A piece of music in which two or more voices (or instrumental…
Alberti Bass
An accompaniment pattern using a three-note chord. The notes…
Cadence
The harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic conclusion to a phrase.
Music History: Chapter 16 Terms
Sarum chant
Rondellus
Summer Canon
Pes
England's dialect of gregorian chant
A distinctly English musical technique in which two or three…
The most famous of all Medieval English compositions and make…
The English name for a bottom voice that continually repeats…
Sarum chant
England's dialect of gregorian chant
Rondellus
A distinctly English musical technique in which two or three…
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AP Music Theory Ms. Wells Chapter 16 glossary
Alberti Bass
Cadence
Cadential Extension
Canon, Canonic
An accompaniment pattern using a three-note chord. The notes…
The harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic conclusion to a phrase.
Expansions at the end of phrases are known as suffixes
A piece of music in which two or more voices (or instrumental…
Alberti Bass
An accompaniment pattern using a three-note chord. The notes…
Cadence
The harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic conclusion to a phrase.
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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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AP Music Theory: Voice Leading and Other Harmonic Terms
common tone
Contrary Motion
Cross relation (false relation)
cross voices (voice crossing)
A pitch that is common between the two keys a piece may be mo…
as it seems.
sudden chromatic alteration of pitch in one voice part, immed…
When the order of four-part writing in a song from top to bot…
common tone
A pitch that is common between the two keys a piece may be mo…
Contrary Motion
as it seems.
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AP Music Theory: Voice Leading and Other Harmonic Terms
common tone
Contrary Motion
Cross relation (false relation)
cross voices (voice crossing)
A pitch that is common between the two keys a piece may be mo…
as it seems.
sudden chromatic alteration of pitch in one voice part, immed…
When the order of four-part writing in a song from top to bot…
common tone
A pitch that is common between the two keys a piece may be mo…
Contrary Motion
as it seems.
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Music History II: Chapter 16 Terms
Traité de l'harmonie
Functional Harmony
triad, inversion, root (Rameau's versi…
Modulation
Written by Jean Phillipe Rameau, developed the theory of func…
tonal harmonic progressions, basically this was the beginning…
Instead of moving a chord as a combination of various interva…
The movement from one key to a different one. A triad that co…
Traité de l'harmonie
Written by Jean Phillipe Rameau, developed the theory of func…
Functional Harmony
tonal harmonic progressions, basically this was the beginning…
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AP Music Theory Chapter 8 Group 2/Voice leading
Voice leading
Common tone
Contrary motion
Cross relation (false relation)
ways in which chords are connected
tone shared by two or more chords
voices move in different directions
simultaneous or adjacent occurrence of a note in its natural…
Voice leading
ways in which chords are connected
Common tone
tone shared by two or more chords
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AP Music Theory: Voice Leading and Other Harmonic Terms
common tone
Contrary Motion
Cross relation (false relation)
cross voices (voice crossing)
A pitch that is common between the two keys a piece may be mo…
as it seems.
sudden chromatic alteration of pitch in one voice part, immed…
When the order of four-part writing in a song from top to bot…
common tone
A pitch that is common between the two keys a piece may be mo…
Contrary Motion
as it seems.
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Music Theory III Chapter 16 and 17 of book 1
Formal Divisions
Closed Formal Divisions
Open Formal Divisions
Simple Forms
boundaries divided into 2 or more major sections
if cadences on tonic
if cadences elsewhere
binary trinary
Formal Divisions
boundaries divided into 2 or more major sections
Closed Formal Divisions
if cadences on tonic
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Test Theory Chapter 16 terms
CPI (California Psychological Inventory)
personality characteristics
personality
personality traits
a structured personality constructed by the criterion-group s…
nonintellective aspects of human behavior, typically distingu…
relatively stable + distinctive patterns of behavior that cha…
relatively enduring dispositions/tendencies to act, think, or…
CPI (California Psychological Inventory)
a structured personality constructed by the criterion-group s…
personality characteristics
nonintellective aspects of human behavior, typically distingu…
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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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AP Music Theory: Voice Leading and Other Harmonic Terms
common tone
Contrary Motion
Cross relation (false relation)
cross voices (voice crossing)
A pitch that is common between the two keys a piece may be mo…
intervals moving opposite directions
sudden chromatic alteration of pitch in one voice part, immed…
When the order of four-part writing in a song from top to bot…
common tone
A pitch that is common between the two keys a piece may be mo…
Contrary Motion
intervals moving opposite directions
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AP Music Theory: Voice Leading and Other Harmonic Terms
common tone
Contrary Motion
Cross relation (false relation)
cross voices (voice crossing)
A pitch that is common between the two keys a piece may be mo…
as it seems.
sudden chromatic alteration of pitch in one voice part, immed…
When the order of four-part writing in a song from top to bot…
common tone
A pitch that is common between the two keys a piece may be mo…
Contrary Motion
as it seems.
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Music Theory: Chapter 1 Terms
Octave
Ledger Lines
Grand Staff
Tetrachord
A series of 8 notes 2 notes of the same name with higher or l…
The short, horizontal lines added to the top or the bottom of…
staff with treble and bass clefs shown
The perfect fourth and the set of four diatonic, chromatic, o…
Octave
A series of 8 notes 2 notes of the same name with higher or l…
Ledger Lines
The short, horizontal lines added to the top or the bottom of…
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Chapter 3 Music Theory Terms
Interval
Octave
Unison
Perfect Intervals
Relationship in a pitch between two tones
Refers to the interval number
Two notes of the same pitch
Include the tonic, fourth scale degree, and fifth scale degree
Interval
Relationship in a pitch between two tones
Octave
Refers to the interval number
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Music Theory Chapter 1 Terms
music
pitch
rhythm
intensity
sound, organized for expressive purposes
the perceived highness or lowness of sound
the measurement of duration in music
the perceived volume of sound
music
sound, organized for expressive purposes
pitch
the perceived highness or lowness of sound
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Music Theory Terms Chapter 10
Cantus Firmus
Conjunct
Consonant
Contrary Motion
The given melody against which a counterpoint is written
Melodic motion step by step
a relative term based on acoustic properties of sound and on…
Contrapuntal motion in which two voices move in opposite dire…
Cantus Firmus
The given melody against which a counterpoint is written
Conjunct
Melodic motion step by step
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Music Theory MM 102 Unit 3 Exam Chapter 16
Chromaticism:
Altered Chords:
What does it mean to toncize?
Secondary Dominants: How to Spell
Non-essential: chromatically altered tones as NON-CHORD TONES…
Chords that emerge from ESSENTIAL chromaticism
Tonic= key you're in/ Making V/x (V, iv) sound like V-I (maki…
(Workbook!)
Chromaticism:
Non-essential: chromatically altered tones as NON-CHORD TONES…
Altered Chords:
Chords that emerge from ESSENTIAL chromaticism
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Music Theory Terms Chapter 1
pitch
musical alphabet
octave
octave register
highness or lowness of a sound
letters a through g, at which point the alphabet starts over
one letter up or down
any c up to the next b
pitch
highness or lowness of a sound
musical alphabet
letters a through g, at which point the alphabet starts over
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Chapter 1 music theory terms
Interval
What are the two diatonic scales
Natural minor scale
Chromatic scale
The distance between two tones
Major and minor
Three tones that are different from corresponding tones of th…
Scale made entirely of half steps
Interval
The distance between two tones
What are the two diatonic scales
Major and minor
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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
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Music Theory Chapter 1 Terms
Volume
Pitch
Timbre
Duration
The degree of loudness of a sound.
The frequency at which a given sound vibrates.
The unique sound or tome color of an instrument or voice.
The length of a sound in time.
Volume
The degree of loudness of a sound.
Pitch
The frequency at which a given sound vibrates.
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Chapter 9 Terms | Music Theory
Cantus Firmus
First-Species (type of)
Conjunct
Disjunct
A line that is not to be changed
a voice that is written above or below the cactus firmus... the…
A melodic line that moves primarily by step is this
A melodic line that moves primarily by skip or leap
Cantus Firmus
A line that is not to be changed
First-Species (type of)
a voice that is written above or below the cactus firmus... the…
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Music Theory Terms Chapter 2
rhythm
durational symbol
dot
tie
time aspect of music
relative duration of a musical sound is symbolized by a
adds one half the value of the note or dot that precedes it
connects two notes, creating a value equal to their sum
rhythm
time aspect of music
durational symbol
relative duration of a musical sound is symbolized by a
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Music Theory Chapter 6 Terms
Leaps
Rhythhm
Harmony
Contour
-Avoid augmented intervals, sevenths, and intervals larger th…
Keep it simple, last note should occur on a strong beat
Every melody should belong to the chord that is to harmonize.…
The melody should be mostly step wise with some leaps and a f…
Leaps
-Avoid augmented intervals, sevenths, and intervals larger th…
Rhythhm
Keep it simple, last note should occur on a strong beat
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Music Theory Terms Chapter 6
common tone and stepwise
similar motion by seconds or thirds
tertian leap, common tone, stepwise
two common tones and stepwise
(4th/5th apart) keep in the same voice the tone that is commo…
(4th/5th apart) moves all three upper parts in the same direc…
keep in the same voice the tone that is common to both chords…
(3rd/6th apart) the two upper voices that have tones in commo…
common tone and stepwise
(4th/5th apart) keep in the same voice the tone that is commo…
similar motion by seconds or thirds
(4th/5th apart) moves all three upper parts in the same direc…
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Music Theory Terms Chapter 3
triad
root
5th
3rd
three-note chord consisting of a 5th divided into two superim…
bottom note of triad
top note of triad
note that divides the 5th
triad
three-note chord consisting of a 5th divided into two superim…
root
bottom note of triad
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Music Theory Chapter 1 Terms
Pitch
Octave
Octave Register
Staff
The highness or lowness of sound
From one letter up or down to its next occurance
The space from any C up to the next B
Indicates the precise pitch desired... An arrangement of five li…
Pitch
The highness or lowness of sound
Octave
From one letter up or down to its next occurance
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9th grade Biology Chapter 16 Darwin's Theory of Evolution Terms
Evolution
Theory
fossil
artificial selection
change over time, the process by which modern organisms have…
a well-supported testable explanation of phenomena that have…
preserved remains of organisms or plants
humans select the variations that are provided by nature that…
Evolution
change over time, the process by which modern organisms have…
Theory
a well-supported testable explanation of phenomena that have…
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Advanced Placement Music Theory Chapter 3 terms
1 Tonic
2 Supertonic
3 Mediant
4 Subdominant
Note which scale begins on
meaning above the tonic, 2nd note
median position, half way between tonic and dominant
below the tonic, 5th below tonic.
1 Tonic
Note which scale begins on
2 Supertonic
meaning above the tonic, 2nd note
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Music Theory Terms 17.3.16
ad libitum, ad lib.
adagietto
agitato
alla breve
at choice, can be played freely
rather slow, but faster than adagio
agitated
with a minim beat, half note beat, 2/2
ad libitum, ad lib.
at choice, can be played freely
adagietto
rather slow, but faster than adagio
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Academic Decathlon Music Theory Terms 16-17
Contour
Conjunct
Disjunct
Syncopation
The profile of the melody. Think of the "shape" of the music.…
A type of contour that moves the melody along slowly, with mo…
A type of contour that contains many leaps that consist of se…
This occurs when there is emphasis placed on weaker beats.
Contour
The profile of the melody. Think of the "shape" of the music.…
Conjunct
A type of contour that moves the melody along slowly, with mo…
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Music Theory Terms (HARMONY) chapter 4
Dominant seventh
Scale degrees/ diatonic chord names
Realization of a figured bass
Realization of a four-part Roman numer…
(Mm7)... A seventh chord consisting of a major triad and a minor…
Understanding the structure of figured bass
Writing four part voices, following traditional eighteenth-ce…
Dominant seventh
(Mm7)... A seventh chord consisting of a major triad and a minor…
Scale degrees/ diatonic chord names
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