Lesson 5 Quiz - Introduction to Piano/Keyboard
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1. The scale of G major consists of the following notes: *
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2. Hereunder the W stands for Whole Tone. The structure of the whole tone scale from any key to the key of the same letter name one octave higher is:
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3. Hereunder the W stands for Whole Tone and the H stands for Half Tone. The structure of the major scale ascending for one octave is:
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4. On the grand staff, the white space between the treble and the bass staff has three notes which are:
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5. There are two other notes that although half of their head is in this white area, they belong to the treble and bass staff. These two notes are:
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6. The two notes mentioned in question 5 are:
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7. The reason/s for having a fairly large white space area on the grand staff, between the treble and bass staves is/are:
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8. The number of notes in a one octave scale is:
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9. Starting from the bottom line of the grand staff, the letter name of each line, including the ledger line Middle C is on, is G B D F A C E G B D F:
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10. The C in question 9 is on a short line called a ledger line:
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11. Starting from the first space in the bass staff, the letter name of each space of the bass staff is A C E G.
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12. Starting from the frst space in the treble staff, the letter name of each space of the treble staff is F A C G.
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