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T or F. I - ii - IV - V is a viable common practice progression

FALSE

The cadential 6-4 is most often followed by which 7th chord?

V7

The following progression maintains submediant pitch as the bass note

iii - vi6-4 - IV4-3

What is the root of a diminished chord in which F# is the 3rd?

D#

In Bb harmonic minor name the third of the V chord

A

T or F. 6/16 is a triple compound meter

FALSE

Which duration normally gets the beat in 2/2 time?

Half note

T or F. 4/4 is a quadruple compound meter

FALSE

T or F. The subdominant and mediant chords function, progressively in a like manner

False

The following would have the half note get the beat

4/2

Which duration usually gets the beat in 9/8 time?

Dotted quarter

Name a meter in which the beat is typically subdivided into 2 or 4 parts

3/8

Scale degree "la" might also be called:

Submediant

Name a meter in which the dotted quater note recieves the beat

12/8

Ab is the submediant in which minor key

C

C is the mediant in which major key?

Ab

Scale degree 7, in natural minor, might also be called

Subtonic

Which minor key has 7 flats

Ab

The following is duple compound

6/8

Which minor key contains Ab and E

F

Instruments that read in f clef

Cello and timpani

What note is a major sixth below Db

F

T or F. A staccato marking indicates a change in dynamics

False

Name a key board instrument in which strings are plucked

Harpsichord

T or F. A crescendo marking indicates a change in articulation

False