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Question 1:
Which of the following titles did Chord (music) have?
Chord sequence
Cello - fourth chord tuning
My Favourite Chords
Circle Division by Chords

Question 2: Figured bass, much used in the ________, added numbers to a written bass line to enable keyboard players to improvise chords with the right hand while playing the bass with their left.
RenaissanceWestern art historyMannerismBaroque

Question 3: The augmented ninth is often referred to in ________ and jazz as a blue note, being enharmonically equivalent to the flat third or tenth.
African-American Civil Rights Movement (1896–1954)African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)Rock and rollBlues

Question 4: Chords which are particularly ________ with relation to the home key create tension and chords close to the home key lessen tension.
Just intonationConsonance and dissonanceHarry Partch's 43-tone scaleCent (music)

Question 5: The most common occurrence of this is where a chord from the parallel major or minor is used, with particularly good examples of this evident through-out the works of composers such as ________.
Franz SchubertFranz LisztRobert SchumannFelix Mendelssohn

Question 6: The chord C-F-B, which consists of a ________ C-F and an augmented fourth (tritone) F-B is called quartal.
SemitonePerfect fourthInterval (music)Perfect fifth

Question 7: A ________ is a dissonant or unstable tone that lies outside the chord currently heard, though often resolving to a chord tone.
NoteTonalityChord (music)Nonchord tone

Question 8: This approach can be seen in works of Schubert's such as ________.
Dietrich Fischer-DieskauWinterreiseBaritoneFranz Schubert

Question 9: A chord in ________ is any set of harmonically-related notes that is heard as if sounding simultaneously (a "harmonic simultaneity", see Simultaneity (music)).
Classical musicMusicMusical notationMusic theory

Question 10: ________ indicate the root of the chord as a scale degree within a particular major key as follows:
Roman Republican currencyRoman RepublicLatinRoman numerals


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