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Lesson 7 Test

 

Write your answers on a piece of scratch paper so you can check them against the answer key when you are finished.

 

 

 

1.             What is the musical term for the notation of the accidentals required for a given scale?

 

2.             What is the musical term for the logical arrangement of key signatures according to the number and type of accidentals required?

 

3.             What is the order of sharps?  Of flats?

 

4.             How many sharps are needed in the key signature for B major?

 

5.             How many flats are needed in the key signature for Cb major?

 

6.             What is the relationship between the two scales in questions 4 & 5?

 

7.             How many flats are needed in the key signature of G major?

 

8.             What is the musical term for the movement of the tonic scale degree to another pitch, while maintaining the same succession of musical intervals?

 

9.             What major scale requires six sharps in its key signature?  Notate this key signature in treble clef.

 

10.         What major scale requires four flats in its key signature?  Notate this key signature in bass clef.

 

 

 

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