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1

A combination of three or more tones sounded at the same time is called
A)harmony
B)consonance
C)a chord
D)dissonance
2

Harmony refers to
A)the way chords are constructed and how they follow each other
B)living in peace with other people
C)a pattern of beats per measure
D)a chord built on the first step of the scale
3

The triad built on the fifth step of the scale is called the
A)tonic chord
B)dominant chord
C)progression
D)resolution
4

Resolution refers to a(n)
A)dissonant chord moving to a consonant chord
B)consonant chord moving to a dissonant chord
C)composer resolving to write a composition
D)arpeggio
5

_________ in music adds support, depth, and richness to a melody.
A)rhythm
B)tempo
C)meter
D)harmony
6

When the individual tones of a chord are sounded one after another instead of simultaneously, it is called a broken chord or
A)cadence
B)arpeggio
C)allegro
D)progression
7

A combination of tones that is considered unstable and tense is called a
A)consonance
B)progression
C)dissonance
D)chord
8

Traditionally, a composition would almost always end on a
A)progression
B)dissonant chord
C)dominant chord
D)tonic chord
9

A series of chords is called a(n)
A)triad
B)progression
C)arpeggio
D)consonance
10

A combination of tones that is considered stable and restful is called a
A)consonance
B)dissonance
C)progression
D)chord