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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. A major scale whose ____________________ (keynote) is a perfect fifth above the keynote of C requires the addition of a ____________________ in the key signature (the key of G major). This produces the requisite semitone gap between the ____________________ and ____________________ degrees of the scale. Similarly, a major scale whose tonic is a ____________________ above G (D major) requires ____________________ sharps in the key signature.
2.Fill in the missing words. A major scale whose tonic lies a ____________________ below the keynote of C requires the addition of a ____________________ in the key signature (F major). ...

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