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Lesson 14 Test

 

Write your answers on a piece of scratch paper so you can check them against the correct answers at the end of the test.

 

 

1.                 What is the formula (required intervals above a root) for the augmented triad?

 

2.                 Spell augmented triads on the roots given below.
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3.                 What size Roman Numeral is used for an augmented triad?

 

4.                 In treble clef write the triads diatonic to B natural minor complete with Roman Numeral analysis.  Are all of these triads commonly used by composers?

 

5.                 In bass clef write the triads diatonic to F harmonic minor complete with Roman Numeral analysis.  Are all of these triads commonly used by composers?

 

6.                 In alto clef write the triads diatonic to C# ascending melodic minor complete with Roman Numeral analysis.  Are all of these triads commonly used by composers?

 

7.                 What is the name of the triad built on the seventh scale degree of the natural minor scale? Of the harmonic minor scale?

 

8.                 Among the commonly used triads from each of the three minor scale forms, which functions can support a minor triad?  A major triad?  A diminished triad? An augmented triad?

 

9.                 Some scale degrees in the minor mode have two qualities of triads built on them.  Name these scale degrees and the various triad qualities associated with them.  If one triad quality is used more often please state this.

 

10.              In treble clef write only the commonly used triads complete with Roman Numeral analysis from each of the three scale forms for both C minor and F# minor.

 

 

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