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Jeopardy!

Music Theory II Review
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Copper Ferreira

on 4 May 2017

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Jeopardy!!!
Cadences and
Figured Bass
Root Movements and Nonchord Tones
Secondary Dominant Function Chords
Modulation
Periods and Sentences
IV Fun
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A sentence this many cadences
This musical structure is created when the second phrase ends with a stronger cadence than the first
The two phases of a sentence
Initial melodic material presented in a sentence
What type of structure does this phrase diagram show?
mm. 1-4 5-8
HC PAC
a b
What type of structure does this phrase diagram show?
mm. 1-4 4-8 8-12 12-16
IAC HC IAC PAC
a a' b b'
Two most common types
of modulation
This is the only type of modulation to occur at the beginning of a new phrase
In order to be analyzed as pivot chords, the two chords must have this in common
At least one of these 3 things must be present to consider a modulation to have occurred as opposed to a tonicization
Two most common areas to modulate to from a major key
The chord member of a secondary dominant that serves as the temporary leading tone
Identify the harmony (key) being tonicized in this progression
DM: I-vi-V/IV-IV-V7-I
The effect of a chord becoming a temporary tonic by preceding it with its own dominant function chord
Where a pivot chord most often happens
The four steps to identifying a chromatically altered chord
Resolve the following leading
tone seventh chord correctly:
Two tendency tones in a dominant seventh chord that must resolve
Spell a V7/ii in the key of EM
What structure is present in the following phrase diagram (be specific)?
All of the closely related keys to DM
Correctly spell your professor's last name
Identify the nonchord tone in this example
Harmonic progression that coincides with the end of a musical phrase
Two ways to turn an IAC into a PAC
This special cadence type is a final cadence only found in the minor mode (Bonus: what progression creates this cadence?)
6 indicates this type of chord
4
Realize the following chord using your knowledge of figured bass symbols. Then, analyze this chord in the tonic key.
mm. 1-4 5-8
IAC PAC
a a

All of the possible pivot chords between CM and dm
Spell the correct chord dictated by the figured bass symbol and provide RN analysis
The three standard root movements
Identify the nonchord tone
in this example
The chord member that serves as the temporary leading tone of a secondary leading tone seventh chord
Identify the root movement between each of the chords in the given progression:

I-vi-ii-V-vi
Identify the nonchord tone in this example
Identify the nonchord tone in this example
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