Jeopardy Music Theory

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A free power point template I used to create a music theory game for my students. Easily adaptable.

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<p>Welcome! The Topic For Today Is</p> <p>Music TheoryTerms Chords Key Signatures Scales Rhythm 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000</p> <p>Bonus Question: 5000 pts</p> <p>Terms: 200 Question: What are the Italian terms for loud and soft? Answer (forte and piano)</p> <p>Topic 1: 400 Question: Put these tempos in order fastest to slowest: Allegro, Adagio, Presto, Lento, Vivace Answer Vivace, Presto, Allegro, Adagio, Lento</p> <p>Topic 1: 600 Question: Describe these three touches: Staccato, Legato and Portato Answer Staccato detached; Legato smooth and connected; Portato Halfway between staccato and legato</p> <p>Topic 1: 800 Question: Tell the different between Acciaccatura and Appoggiatura. Answer The Acciaccatura is a grace note played with the principle note. The Appoggiatura is played before the principle note.</p> <p>Topic 1: 1000 Question: Name and define three types of ornaments. Answer Trill rapid alteration of notes; Mordent playing the principle note, down a diatonic step and back to the principle; Turn 4 or 5 notes turning around the principle note.</p> <p>Topic 2: 200 Question: Name the notes in a C chord Answer C, E and G</p> <p>Topic 2: 400 Question: Name the primary triads of the Major Scale Answer I, IV and V</p> <p>Topic 2: 600 Question: Define the four types of triads. Answer Major = M3+m3; Minor=m3+M3; Diminished=m3+m3; Augmented=M3+M3</p> <p>Topic 2: 800 Question: Name the root of a D Major triad, the 3rd of a Bb minor triad and 5th of an A diminished triad. Answer Root = D; 3rd = Db; 5th = E#</p> <p>Topic 2: 1000 Question: Define a Major 7th and a Dominant 7th. Answer Major 7th = Major triad + M3; Dominant 7th = Major triad + m3</p> <p>Topic 3: 200 Question: What does a key signature tell us? Answer What is sharped or flatted in a song.</p> <p>Topic 3: 400 Question: What is the rule to find the name of a key in sharps. Answer Find the last sharp of the key signature and go up a step.</p> <p>Topic 3: 600 Question: What do we call a Major and Minor scale when they have the same key signature? Answer We say they are related.</p> <p>Topic 3: 800 Question: What is the relative minor of Db Major? Answer Bb minor</p> <p>Topic 3: 1000 Question: What is the key signature for a Dorian Mode starting on G Answer One flat, Bb.</p> <p>Topic 4: 200 Question: What is the pattern of whole and half steps for a Major Pentascale? Answer Key Note WS WS HS WS</p> <p>Topic 4: 400 Question: What three degrees of a Major scale are lowered to make it a minor scale? Answer The 3rd, 6th, and 7th.</p> <p>Topic 4: 600 Question: What are scales that sound the same but spelled differently called? Answer Enharmonic</p> <p>Topic 4: 800 Question: List the diatonic names for the degrees of a Major scale Answer Tonic, Supertonic, Mediant, Sub-Dominant, Dominant, Sub-Mediant, Leading Tone</p> <p>Topic 4: 1000 Question: Name 6 types of scales. Answer Major, Natural minor, Harmonic minor, Melodic minor, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Locrian, Whole tone, Chromatic, Jazz</p> <p>Topic 5: 200 Question: Tell how many beats the following types of notes receive in 4/4 time. Answer Whole, Half, Dotted Half, Quarter</p> <p>Topic 5: 400 Question: Tell how many beats the following types of notes receive in 6/8 time. Answer Dotted Half, Quarter, Eighth and Sixteenth</p> <p>Topic 5: 600 Question: Define Duple, Triple and Quadruple simple meters Answer Time signatures where the 8ths are grouped in twos; for example Duple =2/4; Triple=3/4 and Quadruple=4/4.</p> <p>Topic 5: 800 Question: Define Simple, Compound and Asymmetrical Meters. Answer Simple = 8ths in groups of 2; Compound = 8ths in groups of 3 and Asymmetrical = odd rhythms like 5/4 or 7/4.</p> <p>Topic 5: 1000 Question: Does a triplet of 3 8th notes in 4/4 time equal a quarter note or a dotted half note? Answer A quarter note.</p> <p> Question: Define modulation and give a chord progression that can be used to achieve it. Answer Modulation is moving from one key to another. One chord progression is by using a secondary dominant I ii V(I)</p> <p>Bonus Question: 5000 pts.</p> <p>Daily DoubleThe Winner Of The Last Round Write Down How Much Money You Are Willing To Risk If You get the Question write you win that money If you get it wrong you Loss the money!</p> <p>Daily DoubleThe Winner Of The Last Round Write Down How Much Money You Are Willing To Risk If You get the Question write you win that money If you get it wrong you Loss the money!</p>

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