Orchestrating A Chord Progression
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Orchestrating a chord progression
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- Question 1 of 5
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In the first 3 measures of the first example Mozart is using what chord?Correct
Yes! He sticks to the notes of the C major chord C-E and G.Incorrect
- Question 2 of 5
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Even though Mozart has an idea for his melody he is:Correct
Yes! He has the chords in mindIncorrect
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- Question 3 of 5
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Fill in the blank.
- Notes in a particular chord are called (chord) tones.
Great! For example, the chord tones of F Major would be F-A-CIncorrect
- Question 4 of 5
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Notes outside of a particular chord are called:Correct
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- Question 5 of 5
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- When orchestrating a chord progression you’ll want to use mostly (chord) tones so that the harmonies are clear to the listener.
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What kind of notes would help you hear the chord more? Non-chord tones or chord tones?