# Music Theory for the 21st-Century Classroom

## Exercises7.5Practice Exercises

### 1.

Label the following chords with lead sheet symbols (above) and Roman numerals (below).
1. $$\left.\text{F}^♯{}\text{m}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{ii}\right.$$; 2. $$\left.\text{D}^♯{}^{\circ}{}\middle/\text{F}^{♯}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{vii}^{\circ}{}\middle/\text{3rd}\right.$$; 3. $$\left.\text{A}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{VII}\right.$$; 4. $$\left.\text{G}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{V}\right.$$; 5. $$\left.\text{B}\text{m}\middle/\text{F}^{♯}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{ii}\middle/\text{5th}\right.$$

### 2.

Given the Roman numeral and key, write the key signature, notate the triad, and label the chord with a lead-sheet symbol (above).
1. $$\left.\text{C}\right.$$, $$\text{C}$$$$\text{E}^♮$$$$\text{G}$$; 2. $$\left.\text{G}\middle/\text{D}\right.$$, $$\text{D}$$$$\text{G}$$$$\text{B}$$; 3. $$\left.\text{A}^{\circ}{}\right.$$, $$\text{A}^♮$$$$\text{C}$$$$\text{E}^♭$$
a. “Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean”: 1. $$\left.\text{G}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{I}\right.$$; 2. $$\left.\text{D}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{V}\right.$$; 3. $$\left.\text{G}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{I}\right.$$; 4. $$\left.\text{C}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{IV}\right.$$; 5. $$\left.\text{G}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{I}\right.$$; 6. $$\left.\text{D}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{V}\right.$$; Cadence type = Half Cadence (HC)
b. “Could You Be Loved”: 1. $$\left.\text{D}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{I}\right.$$; 2. $$\left.\text{B}\text{m}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{vi}\right.$$; 3. $$\left.\text{G}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{IV}\right.$$; 4. $$\left.\text{D}\right.$$, $$\left.\text{I}\right.$$; Cadence type = Plagal Cadence (PC)
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