Lesson 6 Test
Write your answers on a piece of scratch paper so you can check them against the answer key when you are finished.
1. In a major scale, must all the different note names be used, or can there be duplications?
2. What is the formula of half steps and whole steps for the major scale?
3. What is the definition of an enharmonic equivalent?
4. What is the enharmonic equivalent of Eb? Of G#? Of Fb?
5. Of the seven degrees within a major scale, which is the most important?
What is the musical term to refer to this phenomenon? How are scale degrees notated?
6. Besides rhythm, how else can musical motion be achieved?
7. In treble clef write the major scale whose tonic scale degree is Db
8. In bass clef write the major scale whose tonic scale degree is F#
9. In alto clef write the major scale whose leading tone scale degree is C#
10. In tenor clef write the major scale whose supertonic scale degree is F
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