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C
0
G
1#
D
2#
A
3#
E
4#
B
5#
F
6#
C#
7#
F flat
1 flat
B flat
2 flats
E flat
3 flats
A flat
4 flats
D flat
5 flats
G flat
6 flats
C flat
7 flats
Harmonic minor
raised 7
Melodic minor
raised 6 & 7 ascending; relowered descending
Figured bass: 6
1st inversion
Figured bass: 6/4
2nd inversion
Figured bass: crossed out 6 or 6#
6th above bass = #; 3rd above bass = 1st inversion
Seventh chords: 7
root
Seventh chords: 6/5
1st inversion
Seventh chords: 4/3
2nd inversion
Seventh chords: 4/2
3rd inversion
Scale degrees: 1
tonic
Scale degrees: 2
supertonic
Scale degrees: 3
mediant
Scale degrees: 4
subdominant
Scale degrees: 5
dominant
Scale degrees: 6
submediant
Scale degrees: 7
leading tone
Major chord progression
I ii iii IV V vi vii I
Minor chord progression
i ii III iv V VI vii i
Key signature progression: sharps
F C G D A E B
Key signature progression: flats
B E A D G C F
Parallel motion: oblique
one voice stays on same note; other voice moves up and/or down
Parallel motion: similar
both voices move up and/or down together
Parallel motion: contrary
voices move in different directions
Parallel motion: parallel
voices both move up and/or down w/same interval
Part writing: double ________ in root position chord
root
Part writing: no ______ b/w voices except tenor & bass
octaves
Part writing: include all 3 pitches; ____ can be left out
5th or root (NEVER 3rd)
Part writing: NEVER double ______
leading tone
Part writing: no parallel ______ or _______
5ths or 8ves
Sequence
melodic pattern repeated in the same voice @ a different starting pitch
Tonal sequence
stays w/in the key, causing unequal intervals
diatonic
staying w/in key
Real sequence
all intervals the same, causing accidentals
Modified sequence
modified rhythmically or by changes in pitch OTHER THAN those constituting a tonal sequence
Imitation
repeated melodic pattern occurring in another voice, starting on a different pitch
Canonic
exact imitation
PAC
V-I w/root in top voice
Phrygian half
IV6 - V
parallel period
both phrases begin w/parallel or identical material
contrasting period
two contrasting periods
double period
2 periods grouped together b/c 2nd has stronger cadence than first
Church modes: order of scales
I Don't Pester Lydia Myers At Lunch

Ionian - Dorian - Phrygian - Lydian - Mixolydian - Aeolian - Locrian
Whole Tone Scale
uses whole steps the whole time (accidentals)
Pentatonic scale
5-note scale (Asian origin)