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Day 5 – Scales 47. Pitch class All the notes of the same name; for example, pitch class D means all Ds. Directions: List all the pitch classes in the excerpt.

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1 Day 5 – Scales 47. Pitch class All the notes of the same name; for example, pitch class D means all Ds. Directions: List all the pitch classes in the excerpt.

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3 48. Scale An ordered set of pitch classes. 49. Diatonic Refers to a major or minor scalar relationship where each pitch has a purpose and creates a degree of tension or release. Tonic is the focal point. 50. Major Scale W – W – H – W – W – W – H 51. Major tetrachord W – W – H

4 WWHWWWH

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7 Key Signatures

8 Major Sharp Key Signatures 52. Order of Sharps Fat Cats Go Down Alleys Eating BAGELS

9 Major Flat Key Signatures 53. Order of Flats BEAD - GCF

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11 WHWWHWW 54. Natural Minor Scale Minor scale pattern based on the white keys starting on A. W H W – W H W – W

12 55. Relative Minor Shares the same key signature as the Major. Three half steps below Major. 56. Harmonic Minor Scale Natural Minor with a raised Melodic Minor Scale Ascending: Natural minor with raised 6 and 7. Descending: Natural minor

13 Ascending Melodic Minor Natural Minor Natural OR Descending Melodic Minor Harmonic Minor

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15 C# minorF minor G# minor F# minor C Major E Major B Major Ab Major

16 Same Key Signature = Relative minor / Major

17 58. Parallel Minor Same tonic as major but different key signature. E Major

18 E minor

19 Relative Minor Scales Key – starts and ends on F

20 Key – starts and ends on D

21 Ab Major or F minor 5 – 1 or 7 – 3 1 / 3 Ab Major

22 C G D A E B F# C# F F C FCG FCGD FCGDA FCGDAE FCGDAEB F Bb Eb Ab Db Gb Cb B BE BEA BEAD BEADG BEADGC BEADGCF

23 Tonic Supertonic Mediant Subdominant Dominant Submediant Leading Tone Tonic 59. Subtonic The natural minor or descending melodic minor 7 th scale degree, because it is a whole step below tonic.

24 60. Tonal 61. Tonality Centered around one note (tonic) Having a major or minor tonic center


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