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Tonality: Scales, Keys, and Transposition Chapter C these EXERCISE C.4 Identify the following modal signatures, given the signature and the tonic. In all cases, are transposed Church mode signatures. P # 0 o : 6 e o: EXERCISE C.5 Write the following transposed modal scales without using signatures (write accidentals be- fore each note as needed). Lydian Dorian Phrygian Aeolian a e #0 Mixolydian Ionian ( O 0 0 00 O O EXERCISE C.6 Transpose the following melody to the required intervals. In each case, first determine what the transposed key will be. Then, write the transposed key signature and, finally, transpose the pitches to the required interval. Can you use any of the clefs you have learned so far to help you realize any of these transpositions? 1. Up a M2 in exercise C.6.a. GM 2. Down a P4 in exercise C.6.b. 3. Up a m3 in exercise C.6.c. INTRODUCTION The Fundamentals of Music b. 4 of 449 Denmark # of TONIC TONIC TRIAD RANGE TONAL FRAME MODE/KEY SCALE: 2 P c. J Pan - ge lin - gua glo - ri - o - si Plainchan TONIC TONIC TRIAD RANGE TONAL FRAME MODE/KEY SCALE: ) P 14 INTRODUCTION The Fundamentals of Music Beethoven Allegretto p a. D e b. o P e c. D . EXERCISE C.7 1. that you need to write the following British folk tune to be performed in unison each by of these a clarinet instruments in Bb, a Suppose horn in F, and an alto saxophone. In the spaces provided, write the correct part for version. No- as they would have to perform it in order for the melody to sound in as notated in the given tice any accidentals in this melody, and make sure you transpose them correctly. Britain Allegro b o gd e b D Clarinet in Bb D J Horn in F 2 D J Alto Saxophone D Chapter C Tonality: Scales, Keys, and Transposition 2. Suppose that the following Spanish folk melody is to be performed as notated by a clarinet in A, a trumpet by in D, and a soprano saxophone. Write, in the spaces provided, what the melody would sound like as played each of these instruments. Spain 4 Clarinet in A 4 4 Trumpet in D e 4 Soprano Saxophone C EXERCISE C.8 Sing or play each of the following melodies. Then, analyze the melody to determine the fol- lowing items: tonic pitch, tonic triad, range, tonal frame, mode or key, and scale. Write in each of the items in the spaces provided under each melody. This same process is illustrated in ex- ample C.1 of the textbook, and in exercise C.9a in worksheet C. For the item "mode or key," the following options are possible: Any major or minor key, any of the Church modes (Dorian, Phrygian, etc.), pentatonic, or whole tone. Among the scales, the chromatic scale is also a possi- ( bility (in the context of any major or minor key). a. Swede th TONIC TONIC TRIAD RANGE TONAL FRAME MODE/KEY SCALE: & Chapter C Tonality: Scales, Keys, and Transposition 17 d. f Hunga 9:# TONIC TONIC TRIAD RANGE TONAL FRAME MODE/KEY SCALE: 9: e. Lassu a Be - ne - die - tus qui ve nit TONIC TONIC TRIAD RANGE TONAL FRAME MODE/KEY SCALE: 5 f. Ray # 2 + 4 TONIC TONIC TRIAD RANGE TONAL FRAME MODE/KEY SCALE: & NTRODUCTION The Fundamentals of Music Britain 2 . TONIC TONIC TRIAD RANGE TONAL FRAME MODE/KEY SCALE: Wagner . D ) (p) TONIC TONIC TRIAD RANGE TONAL FRAME MODE/KEY SCALE: ) ) D Scotland TONIC TONIC TRIAD RANGE TONALFRAME MODE/KEY SCALE: INTRODUCTION The Fundamentals of Music EXERCISE C.2 Write the following major and minor key signatures. Make sure to write sharps and flats in the correct order, and to place them in the correct location on the staff. 3 Q#H D AM Cm BM F#m AbM Bm 28 D 3 Bubk BbM C#m Fm DbM EM Gm 0## # : of ( 3 bross G# EbM Bb m Em GbM Ebm fore EXERCISE C.3 Write the following major and minor scales without using key signatures (use accidentals be- each note as needed). The tonic for each scale is given. Natural minor Harmonic minor #0 #0 O #O o O ( o Major ) Melodic minor (ascending and descending) 201 #0 Harmonic minor Melodic minor (ascending and descending) ) O 0 o o O to bo O to to O O bo G or F = Ab Bb Chapter C Tonality: Scales, Keys, and Transposition EXERCISE C.1 Identify the following major and minor key signatures. b O b 1366 C F M G# m M m m M 2## ### # # bb b 2 AM m m M m AbM 35 # 1366 # 11 m M GM m m m #### 9: H # Eb m M m Db M m C# M 11

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