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Music Theory for Computer Musicians by Michael Hewitt

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Exercises

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1.Fill in the missing words. The scale from which the notes of a key are selected has 12 notes and is known as the ____________________. Any of these 12 notes can be taken to be the prospective ____________________ (or tonic) of a major or minor scale.
2.To construct a major scale upon any keynote, it is necessary to apply the formula: tone - ____________________ - ____________________ - ____________________ ____________________ - ____________________ - ____________________.
3.Fill in the notes required to complete the following scales:
  • C major: C ____________________

  • D major: D ____________________

  • F major: F ____________________

  • Bb major: Bb ____________________ ...

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