READING MUSIC 8 - Quiz Answers
- The smallest distance in pitch between two notes.
- Two semitones
- Sharps, flats and naturals
- For the remainder of the bar in which it occurs, unless it is cancelled by a natural (or other accidental).
But watch out - it is (incorrectly) the case in the odd piece of music notation you may encounter.
- Different note names and notations for the same pitch.
- The enharmonic equivalent for F is E#.
- The enharmonic equivalent for B is Cb.
- Gb - Ab - Bb - Db - Eb.
They are the five black keys on the piano and are the so-called major pentatonic scale (in the key of Gb).
The notes could also have been written as F# - G# - A# - C# - D#.
- C - D - E - F# - G# - A#.
These notes form a scale (tone row) with all notes at a whole tone intervals. This scale is called the whole-tone scale.
The remaining six notes form another whole-tone scale : C# - D# - F - G - A - B.
- C - E = 4 semitones
- D - F = 3 semitones
- G - C = 5 semitones
- C - B = 11 semitones
- F - C = 7 semitones
- E - D = 10 semitones
- B - C = 1 semitone
- D - E = 2 semitones
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