Music Theory

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How many beats does a dotted quarter note get?
1 1/2 beats
What is the first note called in a triad?
The root
What is a note that is played so quickly along with the next note called?
Grace Note
How many sharps does B Major have?
5
How many flats does Gb Major have?
6
What note is a whole step above E?
F#
How many sharps does F# Minor have?
3
What is Common Time?
4/4
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Can the Chromatic Scale start on any note?
Yes
What else are majors and minors with two names called?
Enharmonic Keys
The Circle of Keys start with...
C Major / A minor
What else are Group 4 Keys called?
The Unusual Group
What does D.C. Al Fine stand for?
Del Capo al Fine
What does D.S. al Fine stand for?
Dal Segno al Fine
What is another word for the end?
Coda
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Level 35
Sep 13, 2021
1.) D.C. stands for "da capo" not "del capo".

2.) A better way of phrasing the Enharmonic Keys question is "Keys with the same pitch content but different note names are called?"

3.) Is the Circle of Keys another name for the Circle of Fifth? Never actually heard of the Circle of Keys before. And how can a circle have a starting point? It's a circle.

4.) Neither Google nor I have ever heard of The Unusual Group or Group 4 Keys. And the fact that this question has a 0%, I'm guessing that no one else has either.

5.) The Coda is not another name for the end. This is an optional ending section to a piece. You could change the wording of the question, or make the answer "fine".

6.) You should except "root", and not just "the root".

Hope this is helpful!