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WS 10: Major Scales I

In each example, scale-degree 1 is given; please notate the indicated major scale. Do not use a key signature.

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WS 11: Key Signatures in Major

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On the staves provided, notate the indicated key signatures.

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WS 13: Scale Degrees in Major

A. Given major key and scale-degree name or number, notate the correct pitch. Do not use a key signature.

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E:dominant

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B:supertonic

D: mediant
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F:^7
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D:dominant

F:supertonic

C:subdominant

B:^2

A:submediant

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E:^4
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C:leadingtone

G:^3
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C: mediant
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A: leading tone
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B. Given major key and pitch. For problems 1-2, 6-7, and 11-12, write the correct scale-degree number;
for the others, write the scale-degree name. Do not alter the given pitch in any way.

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C. Given pitch and scale-degree name or number, indicate the major key. Do not alter the given pitch.

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_____ : mediant

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_____ : supertonic

_____ : subdominant
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_____ : dominant

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WS 14: Minor Scales I

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Notate the indicated minor scales (N = natural form; H = harmonic form; MA = melodic ascending form).
Do not use a key signature.
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e (N)

19.c(H)

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g (MA)

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WS 15: Key Signatures in Minor

On the staves provided, notate the indicated key signatures.

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WS 16: Minor Scales II

1. Notate the indicated minor scale (for odd-numbered problems, do not use a key signature; for even-numbered
problems, do use a key signature).

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2. Notate the indicated minor scale (for odd-numbered problems, do not use a key signature; for even-numbered
problems, do use a key signature).

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WS 17: Scale Degrees in Minor

A. Given minor key and scale-degree name or number, notate the correct pitch. Do not use a key signature.

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g(H):submediant

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e(MA):^7

a(N):^6

d: supertonic

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b: mediant
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g:^4

d:^3

c: subtonic

f(MA): leading tone

c:supertonic

b(N): subtonic

b(MA):^6
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g: leading tone

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B. Given minor key and pitch. For problems 1-2, 6-7, and 11-12, write the correct scale-degree number; for the others,
write the scale-degree name. Do not alter the given pitch in any way. Where necessary, specify the form(s) of minor
being used.

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C. Given pitch and scale-degree name or number, indicate the minor key. Do not alter the given pitch.

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_____ : leading tone


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_____ : subdominant

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____(MA): submediant
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_____ : mediant

_____ : subtonic

_____ : mediant
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____(H): submediant
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_____ : dominant