## Jazz Theory 1 - QUIZ ANSWERS

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A.
1. The distance in pitch between two notes.
2. The distance between any note and its nearest neighbour on the keyboard.
3. Two adjacent semitones make one tone.
4. An octave consists of 6 whole tones.

B.
 1 = 2 2 = 4 3 = 5 4 = 7 5 = 9 6 = 11 7 = 12 8 = 3 9 = 10 10 = 6 11 = 6 12 = 6 13 = 6 14 = 10 15 = 2 16 = 4 17 = 8 18 = 1 19 = 11 20 = 11

C.
The notes C# (or Db) - D# (or Eb) - F - G - A - B D.
8-note Dominant scales for : C, Eb (or D#), Gb (or F#) and A

8-not Diminished scales for : Db (or C#), E, G and Bb (or A#)

E.
8-not Diminished for : C, Eb (or D#), Gb (or F#) and A

8-note Dominant scales for : D, F , Ab (or G#) and B

F.
C# 8-note Dominant scale is : C# - D - E - F - G - G# - A# - B - C#

8-note Dominant scales for : C# (or Db), E, G and A# (or Bb)

8-note Diminished scales for : D, F , G# (or Ab) and B

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Answers to Ear tests 1 - 3

Ear test 1 - 10 intervals.

 1 = semitone 2 = tone 3 = tone 4 = semitone 5 = semitone 6 = tone 7 = semitone 8 = tone 9 = semitone 10 = tone

Ear test 2 - 12 three-note segments.

s = semitone, t = tone

 1 = - s - s - 2 = - t - s - 3 = - t - t - 4 = - s - t - 5 = - t - t - 6 = - t - s - 7 = - s - s - 8 = - s - t - 9 = - t - t - 10 = - t - s - 11 = - s - s - 12 = - s - t -

Ear test 3 - 8 symmetric scale segments.
(It is not necessary to name the scale tonic notes. They are for reference only.)

 1 = D whole-tone 2 = F 8-note dominant 3 = D chromatic 4 = G whole-tone 5 = C 8-note diminished 6 = A chromatic 7 = E 8-note dominant 8 = B whole-tone

Single Items test : C scales
 1 = 8-note diminished scale 2 = whole-tone scale 3 = 8-note diminished scale 4 = 8-note dominant scale 5 = whole-tone scale 6 = 8-note dominant scale 7 = whole-tone scale 8 = 8-note dominant scale 9 = 8-note diminished scale 10 = 8-note dominant scale