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- Question 1 of 11
Fill in the blank.
- A (chord) is simply two or more notes sounding at the same time.
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- Question 2 of 11
Harmony Rule 1 says that notes that are a skip apart usually sound good together. We can build 3-note chords by stacking 3 notes that are each a skip apart.
Let’s start with just doing this with two letters. Put these two letters in order so that they are a skip apart with the lowest letter of the musical alphabet on the bottom.
Good! E is lower than G in the musical alphabet. To have these two letters in order by skip you need to have E on the bottom.Incorrect
E is lower than G in the musical alphabet. To have these two letters in order by skip you need to have E on the bottom.
- Question 3 of 11
The note that is the bottom note of a 3-note chord when all notes are in order by skip from low to high is sometimes called the:Correct
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- Question 4 of 11
When a 3 note chord is in order by skip from lowest to highest the name of the chord comes from the:Correct
Great! So if you had a chord that was A-C-E it would be an A chord.Incorrect
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- Question 5 of 11
Drag these 3 letters so that they form a 3 note chord where all of the notes are in order by skip.
Yes! When a 3 note chord is in order by skip the root of the chord is on the bottom. We say that a chord like this is in “root” position.Incorrect
D has to be on the bottom. For these letters, A may seem to be the lowest note but is A was on the bottom D and F would be more than a skip above it! If F were in the bottom A would be a skip above it but then D would be more than a skip above A. The only way to have them in order by skip from lowest to highest is D-F-A.
- Question 6 of 11
Drag these 3 letters in order so that the root note is on the bottom and all of the notes are in order by skip from low to high.
Great! When G is on the bottom all of the letters are in order by skip from low to high.Incorrect
G needs to be on the bottom for all of the letters to be in order by skip from low to high.
You might think B is the lowest note but with B on the bottom you would have B-D-G. Notice how G is more than a skip above D!
- Question 7 of 11
Drag the following letters into order so that they form a root position, 3-note chord.
Yes! For this chord to be in root position the A needs to be on the bottom.Incorrect
For this chord to be in root position this means that all of the letters need to be in order by skip from low to high.
- Question 8 of 11
Fill in the blank.
- Diatonic chords are chords that all come from the same (scale).
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- Question 9 of 11
Each diatonic chord is labeled with aCorrect
Yes, We use Roman numerals to talk about the diatonic chords.Incorrect
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- Question 10 of 11
In the key of C major some chords are major and some are minor. Drag the group of chord names that all major chords to the correct label and drag the group of chord names that are all minor to the correct label.
- C, F, G
- D, E, A
- Major Chords
- Minor Chords
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- Question 11 of 11
For the key of C major drag each Roman Numeral to the correct chord.
- C Major
- D minor
- E minor
- F Major
- G Major
- A minor
- B dim
Great work! It’s important to try to remember these roman numerals so you can think of chords and harmonies that are not in the key of C major.Incorrect
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Think of the order of notes for the C major scale!