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Music Theory Study Guide Unit 1 and 2

by: Sydney Meadows

Music Theory Study Guide Unit 1 and 2 MUCP-101-01

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These notes cover triads and seventh chords
Theory 1
Dr. Baltazar
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Sydney Meadows on Friday October 14, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to MUCP-101-01 at Montclair State University taught by Dr. Baltazar in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Theory 1 in Music Ed & Music Therapy at Montclair State University.

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Date Created: 10/14/16
● What are the some basic elements of music? ● Define Pitch ● What is the difference between consonant and dissonant intervals? What are some examples of each? ● Know the order of the sharps and flats in their respective keys on the staff ● Beat groups vs. beat divisions? ● What is the whole note/half note pattern of the major scale? Of minor? ● What is pitch class? ● A sharp raises the pitch by a ___? ● A flat lowers the pitch by a___? ● A double sharp raises the pitch by a___? ● A double flat lowers the pitch by a___? ● What does the bottom number in compound meter represent? In simple meter? ● What does a natural accidental do? ● What is a tritone? ● Know enharmonic intervals and notes ● Know the correct roman numerals for each harmonic function ● Know the quality of each chord in major and minor ● What are the inversions for triads? For Sevenths ● Know the types of seventh chords and how to identify them


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