# Music Theory for the 21st-Century Classroom

## Exercises3.4Practice Exercises

### 1.

Specify the minor key for each key signature given.
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
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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