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Question 1: In the Republic, ________ uses the term inclusively to encompass a particular type of scale, range and register, characteristic rhythmic pattern, textual subject, etc.
PlatoAristotleImmanuel KantBertrand Russell

Question 2: ________, edited by Stanley Sadie and John Tyrrell.
Grove Dictionary of Music and MusiciansIgor StravinskyAnne MidgetteNew Grove Dictionary of Opera

Question 3: The modes can be arranged in the following sequence, which follows the ________.
Chord (music)Circle of fifthsSemitoneChord progression

Question 4: The classification of the requirements we have from ________ Useful Knowledge as preserved by Photios[citation needed]:
ProclusPlatoXenocratesPorphyry (philosopher)

Question 5: Only one accidental is used commonly in ________—B may be lowered by a half-step to B.
TransubstantiationPope Gregory ICatholic ChurchGregorian chant

Question 6: ________, edited by Stanley Sadie and John Tyrrell.
Grove Dictionary of Music and MusiciansNew Grove Dictionary of OperaAnne MidgetteIgor Stravinsky

Question 7: However, "mode" is usually used in the sense of "scale" applied only to the 7 specific ________ (using only the seven tones of the scale without chromatic alterations) that follow the tonic note.
Diatonic scaleChromatic scaleMajor scaleMusical scale

Question 8: ________, edited by Stanley Sadie and John Tyrrell.
Grove Dictionary of Music and MusiciansAnne MidgetteNew Grove Dictionary of OperaIgor Stravinsky

Question 9: ________ also construed the intervals arithmetically ( if somewhat more rigorously, initially allowing for 1:1 = Unison, 2:1 = Octave, 3:2 = Fifth, 4:3 = Fourth and 5:4 = Major Third within the octave).
PythagorasAnaxagorasDemocritusThales

Question 10: The influence of developments in Byzantium, from Jerusalem and Damascus, for instance the works of Saints ________ (d.
History of the Catholic ChurchPope John Paul IIPope Gregory IJohn of Damascus







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