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Grade 6 Misc Questions

1) Transpose this melody so that a Descant Recorder will be able to play it at the same
pitch as the following notes.

2) Spell the chord B+

3) Which scale has Fx as its leading note?

4) Write down the chord progression for interrupted cadence in the major key with 4
sharps

5) Write down the blues scale starting on D

6) What notes would you play above the bass note Db when it has 6 written under it as
figured bass? (key: Gb maj)

7) Write down the blues scale of any black key of your choice.

8) Write the following passage as it sounds when played by a Double Bass

9) Write the key signature for Eb minor in all 4 clefs

10) Transpose this melody so that a Clarinet in B flat will be able to play it at the same
pitch as the following notes.
11) Spell D# +

12) Which scale has its mediant chord spelled as Db F A?

13) What notes would you play above the bass note F# when it has 6/3 written under it as
figured bass? (key: D maj)

14) Write the following passage as it would sound when played by a Descant Recorder

15) Write down the chord progression for imperfect cadence in the minor key with 3 flats.

16) Write down the notes of D# melodic minor scale.

17) Write the following passage as it sounds when played by a Classical Guitar.

18) How would you write one note to fill an entire bar of 9/8?

19) Write the following passage as it sounds when played by Trumpet in Bb

20) Spell F#O

21) Write down the scale of A pentatonic major


22) Transpose this melody so that an instrument in Ab (+) will be able to play it at the
same pitch as the following notes.

23) Transpose this melody so that Corno in F will be able to play it at the same pitch as the
following notes.

24) Spell the dominant chord in the scale of A# minor

25) Write down the chord progression for perfect cadence in a black key major scale of
your choice.

26) Transpose this melody so that an Alto Saxophone in Eb will be able to play it at the
same pitch as the following notes.

27) Spell F#7 and name 2 keys in which it appears.

28) Compare and contrast triplets & duplets

29) To which chord does a dominant 7th chord resolve to? What it is about the dom 7th that
makes it want to resolve?

30) What notes would you play above the bass note D# when it has a sharp written under it
as figured bass? (key: G# min)
31) Transpose this melody so that an instrument in F# (-) will be able to play it at the same
pitch as the following notes.

32) Which simple time signature is closest to 12/8 and why? Explain with example.

33) This is written for French horn in F. Write it out at sounding pitch.

34) Spell the chord G# dom 7 and name 2 keys in which it appears.

35) Transpose this melody so that a Tenor Saxophone in B flat will be able to play it at the
same pitch as the following notes.

36) Write down the notes in the scale of Db minor (harmonic). What key signature might
we use?

37) Write down the Aeolian mode starting on D and mark the semitones.
38) Transpose this melody so that a Tromba in B flat will be able to play it at the same
pitch as the following notes.

39) Spell the chord C#O7

40) Write the following passage as it sounds when played by an instrument in Gb (+)

41) Give 3 examples of irregular time signatures and write down their main beats
appropriately grouped.

42) The following notes are written for Tenor Sax in B flat. Write it out in concert pitch.

43) Name the blue note in the blues scale starting on F#

44) Transpose this melody so that a Classical Guitar will be able to play it at the same
pitch as the following notes.
45) Give 2 examples of compound time signatures with 2 main beats and write down their
main beats

46) Draw one octave layout of the piano keys and write down the different possible names
for all the 12 pitches. What's the musical term for same pitch but different names ?

47) What notes would you play above the bass note Cb when it has a sharp written under
it as figured bass? (Key Ab Min)

48) Write down the scale of E pentatonic minor.

49) This melody is written for the Contrabasso. Write it out as it sounds.

50) Explain the term 'Hemiola'

51) Spell Eb dim 7

52) Which scale(s) have C# as their subtonic note?

53) The following passage has been written for Clarinet in Bb. Write it out in sounding
pitch.

54) Spell the following chords

1. Dominant 7th in the minor key that has 5 flats as key signature
2. Submediant triad in the minor key with 7 sharps as key signature
3. E+ . Can you name a key in which it appears?
4. Mediant triad in the key of F# major
5. Eb7c
6. ii in the key of C minor
7. A7 / E
8. v in the minor key that has 4 flats as key signature
9. Subdominant triad in the key of A# minor
10. JVII in the minor key that has 2 sharps
11. vi in the key of Db major
12. B7d
13. III in key of G minor
14. Supertonic triad in the minor key with 6 flats as key signature
15. Dominant 7th in the key of Bb major
16. IV in the minor key that has 3 sharps as key signature
17. G# dim c
18. Submediant triad in the keys that have 5 sharps as key signatures
19. Subtonic triad in the keys that have their dominant note as G#
20. JVIIc in G# minor

55) Fill up this table of time signatures with 3 examples in each cell.

Duple Triple Quadruple

Simple

Compound