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Quiz 4 :
Harmony, Texture, Tonality, and Mode

Quiz 4 :
Harmony, Texture, Tonality, and Mode

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Groupings of simultaneous pitches that work well in combination are:
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D

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When a melody is accompanied by chords,the melody is:
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C

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The effect of chords used with a melody is called:
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A

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A chord that creates a sense of rest or stability can be described as:
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A chord that sounds discordant,unstable,or in need of resolution is called:
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In music,the term texture refers to the:
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The three main textures of Western art music are:
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The texture of a single melody played without accompaniment is:
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When you sing in the shower,the texture is most likely to be:
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Homophony occurs when:
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The texture that combines two or more individual melody lines simultaneously is:
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Counterpoint is closely related to:
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Imitative polyphony occurs when:
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Non-imitative polyphony occurs when:
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The principle of organizing music around a central,or "home," pitch is called:
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Music that is centered on a fundamental "home" pitch is described as:
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The fundamental "home" pitch in a section of music is called the:
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Which mode is formed with the diatonic scale oriented around A (la)?
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Which mode is formed with the diatonic scale oriented around C (do)?
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A change in key indicates a change in:
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