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3. Keys, Scales & Technical Names Exercises

Grade 4 Music Theory Lesson 3: Keys, Scales and Technical Names of Notes - Exercises

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Technical Names of Notes

1. Give the technical name (tonic, dominant, etc) of:

  1. the note C in A minor  answers
  2. the note C# in C# major answers
  3. the note D in G major answers
  4. the note Eb in C minor  answers
  5. the note E in D major answers
  6. the note E# in F# minor answers
  7. the note F in Ab major  answers
  8. the note F# in A major  answers
  9. the note G in D minor  answers
  10. the note Ab in C minor  answers
  11. the note A in G major answers
  12. the note Bb in Eb major  answers
  13. the note B# in C# minor answers

 

2. Name the note which is:

  1. the dominant in B minor answers
  2. the tonic in Bb major answers
  3. the submediant in F minor answers
  4. the leading note in A minor answers
  5. the supertonic in F# minor answers
  6. the subdominant in C major answers
  7. the mediant in Bb minor answers

 

Keys

1. Complete the following table

  0 1 2 3 4 5
Major key with no. sharps: C G D A E B
Minor key with no. sharps: A E B F# C# G#
Major key with no. flats: C F Bb Eb Ab Db
Minor key with no. flats: A D G C F Bb

 

 

2. Name the major and minor keys which use these key signatures:

key sigs 0 0key sigs 0 1key sigs 0 2key sigs 0 3key sigs 0 4key sigs 0 5

 

Scales

1. Write out one octave of the following scales in semibreves, using a key signature and accidentals where necessary:

 

a) B minor harmonic ascending

scale 1

 

b) B major descending

scale 2

 

c) C minor melodic descending

scale 3

 

d) G# minor harmonic descending

scale 4

 

e) Db major ascending

scale 5

 

f) Bb minor melodic ascending

scale 6

 

g) F# minor harmonic ascending

scale 7

 

 

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