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Exercises 3.4 Practice Exercises

1.

Specify the minor key for each key signature given.

Answer

1. \(\text{e}^♭\); 2. \(\text{b}\); 3. \(\text{c}^♯\); 4. \(\text{g}\); 5. \(\text{f}\); 6. \(\text{e}\); 7. \(\text{b}^♭\);

8. \(\text{f}^♯\); 9. \(\text{a}^♭\); 10. \(\text{a}^♯\); 11. \(\text{d}\); 12. \(\text{g}^♯\); 13. \(\text{c}\); 14. \(\text{d}^♯\)

2.

Write the minor key signature and specified minor scale in each example.

3.

Write the minor key signature for the given key in each example.

4.

Specify the key from the scale degree name.

  1. minor: \(\text{A}^♭\) is the mediant

  2. minor: \(\text{D}^♭\) is the subtonic

  3. major: \(\text{B}\) is the dominant

  4. major: \(\text{C}\) is the submediant

  5. minor: \(\text{D}^♯\) is the subdominant

  6. major: \(\text{B}^♭\) is the leading tone

  7. minor: \(\text{E}^♯\) is the supertonic

Answer
  1. \(\text{f}\)

  2. \(\text{e}^♭\)

  3. \(\text{E}\)

  4. \(\text{E}^♭\)

  5. \(\text{a}^♯\)

  6. \(\text{C}^♭\)

  7. \(\text{d}^♯\)

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