Grade Five Revision - 6 (Score)
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Look at the following extract which has been adapted from a piece for piano by Mendelssohn, and answer the questions below.
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- What does this curved line in bar 5 mean?
- Give the full name (e.g. perfect 4th) of the three harmonic intervals marked A, B and C. (3 points)
- Describe the time signature as simple/compound and as duple/triple/quadruple. (2 points)
- Give the technical name (e.g. tonic, etc.) of the notes marked D and E. The key is F# major. (2 points)
- Complete the score at F and G with suitable rests. (2 points)
- Draw a circle around four consecutive notes which form part of a chromatic scale. (1 point)
- Give the Roman numeral symbol (e.g. I, ii, etc.) for the chords created by the notes in the boxes at H, I and J. (3 points)
- Name the other key which uses the same key signature as this one. (1 point)
- Tie - the value of the two notes is added together (1 point)
- A- perfect 5th; B- major 3rd; C- augmented 4th(3 points)
- Compound duple (2 points)
- D- sub-dominant; E- dominant (2 points)
- H- ii; I- vi and J- I (3 points - make sure you used small/capital letters in the right way!)
- D# minor (1 point)