Theory 102 exam Doug Norwine

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Theory 102 exam Doug Norwine
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Final exam study guide for theory 102 with Doug Norwine at Anderson University
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  1. What is the goal of all 4 part writing
    Smooth voice leading
  2. list the four cadence types
    • Deceptive 
    • plagal
    • authentic (perf or imperf)
    • half
  3. Deceptive cadence
    In major I-V-vi
  4. Plagal cadence
    In major I-IV-I
  5. Authentic 
    perfect 
    imperfect
    • I-V-I or V-I or vii*-I (pretend astrik is a circle)
    • perf- no inversions; do is in the soprano on a I chord
    • imperf- vii* always imperfect; anything with inversions
  6. Half cadence
    in major I-ii-V
  7. Tonic triads in major
    • I
    • iii
    • vi
  8. Subdominant triads in major
    • ii
    • IV
  9. Dominant triads in major
    • V
    • vii*
  10. 3 unacceptable parallelisms
    • Parallel perfect 5
    • parallel perfect octave
    • parallel perfect unison
  11. In any given voice you don't want to have any interval larger than a
    4th
  12. Root position triad double the
    Bass or root
  13. 1st inversion triad double the
    Soprano, but not if it is the leading tone.
  14. 2nd inversion triad double the
    Bass or the 5th
  15. 1st inversion triad is notated with a
    6
  16. 2nd inversion triad is notated with a
    6/4 (except don't write with the slash)
  17. In compound time the beat is divisible by
    3
  18. In simple time the beat is divisible by
    2
  19. types of motion
    • Similar: notes go in the same direction 
    • contrary: notes go in opposite directions 
    • oblique: one note is held while another moves
    • parallel: notes go in same direction with same intervals
  20. Types of 6/4 chords
    • Cadential: I6/4 - V- I
    • pedal:unchanging note in the bass line with notes moving against it
    • arpegiated: same chord in all of its inversions
    • passing: using 6/4 to pass between chords of the same name in different inversions I- V6/4- I6
  21. Diatonic 7th chords in major
    • maj7
    • ii -7
    • iii -7
    • IVmaj 7
    • V7
    • vi -7
    • vii 07
    • vii 07
  22. Diatonic 7th chords in minor
    • i-7
    • iio7
    • IIImaj 7
    • iv-7
    • V7
    • VImaj 7
    • viio7

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