Lesson 10 Quiz - Introduction to Piano/Keyboard
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1. Six Eight time often consists of many quavers
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2. p for soft and f for loud are two basic dynamics:
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3. Tempo is the speed of the beat, and doesn't contribute to the mood of a piece of music.
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4. Thinking up from the bottom line of the grand staff, the bottom middle and top lines of the bass and treble staves are G D A E B F:
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5. The words A C E and F A C E refer to the three spaces of the bass staff, and the four spaces of the treble staff respectively:
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6. Some of the major scales with sharps, are G (one sharp) D (two sharps) A (three sharps) E (four sharps) and B (five sharps) major, and sharps in the key signature proceed F sharp, C sharp, G sharp, D sharp, A sharp. One common aspect with each (the scales and the key signatures), is that they both proceed in intervals of:
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7. Some of the major scales with flats, are F (one flat) B flat (two flats) E flat (three flats) A flat (four flats) D flat (five flats) major, and flats in the key signature proceed B flat, E flat, A flat, D flat, G flat. One common aspect of each (the scales and the key signatures), is that they both proceed in intervals of:
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8. For sharp key signatures, the major key can be worked out by going up half a tone from the:
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9. For flat key signatures with two or more flats, the major key can be worked out:
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10. Triads (chords with three notes) built on the key note (tonic) fifth note (dominant) and fourth note (subdominant) of any scale (major or minor) are a feature of the harmonic content of many tunes. In the key of E major, these three triads are:
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