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Table of Contents Music Theory level 1 Elementary Music Theory level 1 Elementary Music Theory level 1a Elementary Music Theory exercise 1a Elementary Music Theory level 1b Elementary Music Theory exercise 1b Harmony level 1 Chapter 1.1 Natural notes Note Reading exercise 1: Names of the white keys Chapter 1.2 Half and whole steps Harmony exercise 1a: half and whole steps Chapter 1.3 Sharps and flats Note Reading exercise 4a: Accidentals: sharps and flats Note Reading exercise 4b: Accidentals: sharps and flats additional exercise Chapter 1.4 Intervals Harmony exercise 1b: Intervals: names of the intervals Chapter 1.5 Harmonic and melodic intervals Chapter 1.6 Second, third, fourth and fifth Harmony exercise 1c: second, third, fourth and fifth Harmony exercise 1d: making a second, third, fourth and fifth on the natural notes Chapter 1.7 Major and minor second Harmony exercise 1e: major and minor seconds Harmony exercise 1f: making major and minor seconds on the natural notes Chapter 1.8 The major scale Chapter 1.9 The C major scale Chapter 1.10 The G major scale 1version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationEar Training level 1 Chapter 1.1 Recognizing melody Ear Training exercise 1a: recognizing melody entry-level Ear Training exercise 1b: recognizing melody Chapter 1.2 Melodic deviation Ear Training exercise 1c: melodic deviation entry-level Ear Training exercise 1d: melodic deviation Chapter 1.3 Melodic dictation 35 melodic dictations Chapter 1.4 Recognizing rhythm Ear Training exercise 1e: recognizing rhythm Chapter 1.5 Rhythmic dictation 44 rhythmic dictations Chapter 1.6 Second, third, fourth and fifth Ear Training exercise 1f: second, third, fourth and fifth Chapter 1.7 Major and minor second Ear Training exercise 1g: major and minor second Chapter 1.8 The major scale Ear Training exercise 1h: recognizing the major scale Ear Training exercise 1i: scales 2version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationTable of Contents Music Theory level 2 Elementary Music Theory level 2 Elementary Music Theory level 2 Elementary Music Theory exercise 2 Harmony level 2 Chapter 2.1 Sixth, seventh and octave Harmony exercise 2a: sixth, seventh and octave Harmony exercise 2b: making a sixth, seventh and octave on the natural notes Chapter 2.2 Making major and minor second on all notes Harmony exercise 2c: making major and minor seconds on all notes Chapter 2.3 Chords Chapter 2.4 Triads Harmony exercise 2d: Triads: root, third and fifth Chapter 2.5 Root position and inversion Harmony exercise 2e: Triads: root, root position and inversion Harmony exercise 2f: Triads: determining the root Harmony exercise 2g: Triads: determining the position of a triad Chapter 2.6 Degrees: triads and scales Chapter 2.7 Scales: tonic, dominant tone and leading tone Chapter 2.8 Degrees I, IV and V: tonic, subdominant and dominant Chapter 2.9 The dominant seventh chord Chapter 2.10 The primary degrees in the C major scale Harmony exercise 2h: the primary degrees in C major Chapter 2.11 The primary degrees in the G major scale Harmony exercise 2i: the primary degrees in G major Chapter 2.12 The D major scale Chapter 2.13 The primary degrees in the D major scale Harmony exercise 2j: the primary degrees in D major 3version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationEar Training level 2 Chapter 2.1 Recognizing melody Ear Training exercise 2a: recognizing melody Chapter 2.2 Melodic deviation Ear Training exercise 2b: melodic deviation Chapter 2.3 Scale degrees Ear Training exercise 2c: scale degrees entry-level Ear Training exercise 2d: scale degrees Chapter 2.4 Melodic dictation 24 melodic dictations Chapter 2.5 Recognizing rhythm Ear Training exercise 2e: recognizing rhythm Chapter 2.6 Rhythmic dictation 42 rhythmic dictations Chapter 2.7 Sixth, seventh and octave Ear Training exercise 2f: sixth, seventh and octave Chapter 2.8 The major scale Ear Training exercise 2g: scales Chapter 2.9 Recognizing degrees Ear Training exercise 2h: chords: recognizing degrees Chapter 2.10 Notating degrees Ear Training exercise 2i: chords: notating degrees Chapter 2.11 Degrees and melody Ear Training exercise 2j: chords: degrees and melody 4version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationTable of Contents Music Theory level 3 Elementary Music Theory level 3 Elementary Music Theory level 3 Elementary Music Theory exercise 3 Harmony level 3 Chapter 3.1 Major and minor third Harmony exercise 3a: major and minor third Harmony exercise 3b: making major and minor thirds on the natural notes Harmony exercise 3c: making major and minor thirds on all notes Chapter 3.2 Perfect fifth Harmony exercise 3d: making perfect fifths on the natural notes Harmony exercise 3e: making perfect fifths on all notes Chapter 3.3 Major and minor triads Harmony exercise 3f: major and minor triads Harmony exercise 3g: making major and minor triads on the natural notes Harmony exercise 3h: making major and minor triads on all notes Chapter 3.4 The C, G, and D major scale Chapter 3.5 The F major scale Chapter 3.6 The primary degrees in the F major scale Harmony exercise 3i: the primary degrees in F major Chapter 3.7 The chromatic scale Chapter 3.8 The minor scale Chapter 3.9 The leading tone in the minor scale Chapter 3.10 The harmonic and melodic minor scale Chapter 3.11 The A minor scale Chapter 3.12 The harmonic A minor scale Chapter 3.13 The melodic A minor scale Chapter 3.14 The primary degrees in the A minor scale Harmony exercise 3j: the primary degrees in A minor Chapter 3.15 The D minor scale Chapter 3.16 The harmonic D minor scale Chapter 3.17 The melodic D minor scale Chapter 3.18 The primary degrees in the D minor scale Harmony exercise 3k: the primary degrees in D minor Chapter 3.19 Chord symbols 5version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationEar Training level 3 Chapter 3.1 Recognizing melody Ear Training exercise 3a: recognizing melody Chapter 3.2 Melodic deviation Ear Training exercise 3b: melodic deviation Chapter 3.3 Scale degrees Ear Training exercise 3c: scale degrees Chapter 3.4 Melodic dictation 20 melodic dictations Chapter 3.5 Recognizing rhythm Ear Training exercise 3d: recognizing rhythm Chapter 3.6 Rhythmic dictation 20 rhythmic dictations Chapter 3.7 Major and minor scales Ear Training exercise 3e: major and natural minor scale Ear Training exercise 3f: natural and harmonic minor scale Ear Training exercise 3g: natural and melodic minor scale Ear Training exercise 3h: harmonic and melodic minor scale Ear Training exercise 3i: all minor scales Ear Training exercise 3j: major and minor scales Ear Training exercise 3k: scales Chapter 3.8 Major and minor thirds Ear Training exercise 3l: major and minor third Ear Training exercise 3m: major and minor thirds and seconds Chapter 3.9 Major and minor triads Ear Training exercise 3n: major and minor triads Chapter 3.10 Recognizing degrees Ear Training exercise 3o: chords: recognizing degrees Chapter 3.11 Notating degrees Ear Training exercise 3p: chords: notating degrees Chapter 3.12 Degrees and melody Ear Training exercise 3q: chords: degrees and melody 6version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationTable of Contents Music Theory level 4 Elementary Music Theory level 4 Elementary Music Theory level 4 Elementary Music Theory exercise 4 Harmony level 4 Chapter 4.1 Perfect fourth and octave Harmony exercise 4a: perfect fourth, fifth and octave Harmony exercise 4b: making perfect fourths on the natural notes Harmony exercise 4c: making perfect fourths on all notes Chapter 4.2 Major and minor sixth Harmony exercise 4d: major and minor sixth Harmony exercise 4e: making major and minor sixths on the natural notes Harmony exercise 4f: making major and minor sixths on all notes Chapter 4.3 Major and minor seventh Harmony exercise 4g: major and minor seventh Harmony exercise 4h: making major and minor sevenths on the natural notes Harmony exercise 4i: making major and minor sevenths on all notes Chapter 4.4 Triads: the first and second inversion Harmony exercise 4j: Triads: root position, first and second inversion Harmony exercise 4k: Triads: lowest tone of an inversion Harmony exercise 4l: Triads: making inversions with given root (natural notes) Harmony exercise 4m: Triads: making inversions with given root (all notes) Harmony exercise 4n: Triads: making inversions on the natural notes Harmony exercise 4o: Triads: making inversions on all notes Chapter 4.5 The B flat major scale Chapter 4.6 The primary degrees in the B flat major scale Harmony exercise 4p: Chords: the primary degrees in B flat major Chapter 4.7 The E minor scale Chapter 4.8 The harmonic E minor scale Chapter 4.9 The melodic E minor scale Chapter 4.10 The primary degrees in the E minor scale Harmony exercise 4q: Chords: the primary degrees in E minor Chapter 4.11 The G minor scale Chapter 4.12 The harmonic G minor scale Chapter 4.13 The melodic G minor scale Chapter 4.14 The primary degrees in the G minor scale Harmony exercise 4r: Chords: the primary degrees in G minor Chapter 4.15 Chord symbols 7version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationEar Training level 4 Chapter 4.1 Recognizing melody Ear Training exercise 4a: recognizing melody Chapter 4.2 Melodic deviation Ear Training exercise 4b: melodic deviation Chapter 4.3 Scale degrees Ear Training exercise 4c: scale degrees Chapter 4.4 Melodic dictation 20 melodic dictations Chapter 4.5 Recognizing rhythm Ear Training exercise 4d: recognizing rhythm Chapter 4.6 Rhythmic dictation 36 rhythmic dictations Chapter 4.7 Major and minor scales Ear Training exercise 4e: scales Chapter 4.8 Perfect fourth, fifth and octave Ear Training exercise 4f: perfect fourth, fifth and octave Chapter 4.9 Major and minor sixths Ear Training exercise 4g: major and minor sixth Chapter 4.10 Major and minor sevenths Ear Training exercise 4h: major and minor seventh Ear Training exercise 4i: major and minor sixths and sevenths Chapter 4.11 Root position and inversions of triads Ear Training exercise 4j: major triad: root position or first inversion Ear Training exercise 4k: major triad: root position or second inversion Ear Training exercise 4l: major triad: first or second inversion Ear Training exercise 4m: minor triad: root position or first inversion Ear Training exercise 4n: minor triad: root position or second inversion Ear Training exercise 4o: minor triad: first or second inversion Chapter 4.12 Recognizing degrees Ear Training exercise 4p: chords: recognizing degrees Chapter 4.13 Notating degrees Ear Training exercise 4q: chords: notating degrees Chapter 4.14 Degrees and melody Ear Training exercise 4r: chords: degrees and melody 8version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationTable of Contents Music Theory level 5 Elementary Music Theory level 5 Elementary Music Theory level 5 Elementary Music Theory exercise 5 Harmony level 5 Chapter 5.1 Inversion of intervals Harmony exercise 5a: inversions of intervals Chapter 5.2 Seventh chords Harmony exercise 5b: Seventh chords: root, third, fifth and seventh Harmony exercise 5c: Seventh chords: determining the root Chapter 5.3 Seventh chords: root position and inversions Harmony exercise 5d: Seventh chords: root position and inversions Harmony exercise 5e: Seventh chords: determining the position of a seventh chord Harmony exercise 5f: Seventh chords: lowest tone of an inversion Harmony exercise 5g: Seventh chords: making inversions with given root Harmony exercise 5h: Seventh chords: making inversions on the natural notes Chapter 5.4 The A major scale Chapter 5.5 The primary degrees in the A major scale Harmony exercise 5i: the primary degrees in A major Chapter 5.6 The E flat major scale Chapter 5.7 The primary degrees in the E flat major scale Harmony exercise 5j: the primary degrees in E flat major Chapter 5.8 The B minor scale Chapter 5.9 The harmonic B minor scale Chapter 5.10 The melodic B minor scale Chapter 5.11 The primary degrees in the B minor scale Harmony exercise 5k: the primary degrees in B minor Chapter 5.12 The C minor scale Chapter 5.13 The harmonic C minor scale Chapter 5.14 The melodic C minor scale Chapter 5.15 The primary degrees in the C minor scale Harmony exercise 5l: the primary degrees in C minor Chapter 5.16 Chords: secondry degrees: the second degree (II) Harmony exercise 5m: the second degree 9version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationEar Training level 5 Chapter 5.1 Recognizing melody Ear Training exercise 5a: recognizing melody Chapter 5.2 Melodic deviation Ear Training exercise 5b: melodic deviation Chapter 5.3 Scale degrees Ear Training exercise 5c: scale degrees Chapter 5.4 Melodic dictation 44 melodic dictations Chapter 5.5 Recognizing rhythm Ear Training exercise 5d: recognizing rhythm Chapter 5.6 Rhythmic dictation 20 rhythmic dictations Chapter 5.7 Major and minor scales Ear Training exercise 5e: scales Chapter 5.8 Major and minor second and third, perfect fourth and fifth Ear Training exercise 5f: second, third, fourth and fifth Ear Training exercise 5g: second, third, fourth and fifth harmonically Chapter 5.9 Root position and inversions of triads Ear Training exercise 5h: major and minor triad: root position or first inversion Ear Training exercise 5i: major and minor triad: root position or second inversion Ear Training exercise 5j: major and minor triad: first or second inversion Ear Training exercise 5k: major triad: all positions Ear Training exercise 5l: minor triad: all positions Ear Training exercise 5m: major and minor triad: all positions Chapter 5.10 Recognizing degrees Ear Training exercise 5n: chords: recognizing degrees Chapter 5.11 Notating degrees Ear Training exercise 5o: chords: notating degrees Chapter 5.12 Degrees and melody Ear Training exercise 5p: chords: degrees and melody 10version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationTable of Contents Music Theory level 6 Elementary Music Theory level 6 Elementary Music Theory level 6 Elementary Music Theory exercise 6 Harmony level 6 Chapter 6.1 Double sharps and double flats Note Reading exersice 4c: Accidentals: double sharps and double flats Chapter 6.2 Augmented fourth, diminished and augmented fifth Harmony exercise 6a: Intervals: perfect, diminished and augmented fourth and fifth Harmony exercise 6b: Intervals: making augmented fourth, diminished and augmented fifth on the natural notes Harmony exercise 6c: Intervals: making augmented fourth, diminished and augmented fifth on all notes Chapter 6.3 The five types of intervals Harmony exercise 6d: making intervals on all notes Harmony exercise 6e: making intervals under all notes Chapter 6.4 Overview of the intervals Chapter 6.5 Diminished and augmented triad Harmony exercise 6f: Triads: diminished and augmented triads Harmony exercise 6g: Triads: making diminished and augmented triads on the natural notes Harmony exercise 6h: Triads: making diminished and augmented triads on all notes Harmony exercise 6i: Triads: making inversions of diminished and augmented triads with given root (natural notes) Harmony exercise 6j: Triads: making inversions of diminished and augmented triads with given root (all notes) Harmony exercise 6k: Triads: making inversions of diminished and augmented triads on the natural notes Harmony exercise 6l: Triads: making inversions of diminished and augmented triads on all notes Chapter 6.6 The E major scale Chapter 6.7 The primary degrees in the E major scale Harmony exercise 6m: the primary degrees in E major Chapter 6.8 The A flat major scale Chapter 6.9 The primary degrees in the A flat major scale Harmony exercise 6n: the primary degrees in A flat major Chapter 6.10 The F sharp minor scale Chapter 6.11 The harmonic F sharp minor scale Chapter 6.12 The melodic F sharp minor scale Chapter 6.13 The primary degrees in the F sharp minor scale Harmony exercise 6o: the primary degrees in F sharp minor 11version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationChapter 6.14 The C sharp minor scale Chapter 6.15 The harmonic C sharp minor scale Chapter 6.16 The melodic C sharp minor scale Chapter 6.17 The primary degrees in the C sharp minor scale Harmony exercise 6p: the primary degrees in C sharp minor Chapter 6.18 Chords: secondry degrees: the sixth degree (VI) Harmony exercise 6q: the sixth degree Chapter 6.19 Chord symbols Ear Training level 6 Chapter 6.1 Recognizing melody Ear Training exercise 6a: recognizing melody Chapter 6.2 Melodic deviation Ear Training exercise 6b: melodic deviation Chapter 6.3 Scale degrees Ear Training exercise 6c: scale degrees Chapter 6.4 Melodic dictation 40 melodic dictations Chapter 6.5 Recognizing rhythm Ear Training exercise 6d: recognizing rhythm Chapter 6.6 Rhythmic dictation 22 rhythmic dictations Chapter 6.7 Major and minor scales Ear Training exercise 6e: scales Chapter 6.8 Perfect and augmented fourths and perfect fifths Ear Training exercise 6f: perfect and augmented fourth and perfect fifth Chapter 6.9 All intervals up to the octave Ear Training exercise 6g: all intervals up to the octave Ear Training exercise 6h: all intervals up to the octave harmonically Chapter 6.10 Root position and inversions of major and minor triads Ear Training exercise 6i: major and minor triad: type and position Ear Training exercise 6j: major and minor triad: type and position harmonically Chapter 6.11 Diminished and augmented triads Ear Training exercise 6k: diminished and augmented triads Ear Training exercise 6l: diminished and augmented triads harmonically Chapter 6.12 Recognizing degrees Ear Training exercise 6m: chords: recognizing degrees Chapter 6.13 Notating degrees Ear Training exercise 6n: chords: notating degrees Chapter 6.14 Degrees and melody Ear Training exercise 6o: chords: degrees and melody 12version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationTable of Contents Music Theory level 7 Elementary Music Theory level 7 Elementary Music Theory level 7 Elementary Music Theory exercise 7 Harmony level 7 Chapter 7.1 Embellishing tones: nonharmonically tones Harmony exercise 7a: embellishing tones Chapter 7.2 Triads and scale degrees Harmony exercise 7b: triads and scale degrees Chapter 7.3 Chords: the third (III) and seventh (VII) degree Harmony exercise 7c: third and seventh degree Chapter 7.4 The seven types of seventh chords Harmony exercise 7d: Seventh chords: structure of the seven types of seventh chords Harmony exercise 7e: Seventh chords: the seven types of seventh chords Harmony exercise 7f: Seventh chords: making seventh chords with major and minor triads on the natural notes Harmony exercise 7g: Seventh chords: making seventh chords with diminished and augmented triads on the natural notes Harmony exercise 7h: Seventh chords: making seventh chords with major and minor triads on all notes Harmony exercise 7i: Seventh chords: making seventh chords with diminished and augmented triads on all notes Harmony exercise 7j: Seventh chords: making inversions of seventh chords with major and minor triads with given root (natural notes) Harmony exercise 7k: Seventh chords: making inversions of seventh chords with diminished and augmented triads with given root (natural notes) Harmony exercise 7l: Seventh chords: making inversions of seventh chords with major and minor triads with given root (all notes) Harmony exercise 7m: Seventh chords: making inversions of seventh chords with diminished and augmented triads with given root (all notes) Harmony exercise 7n: Seventh chords: making inversions of seventh chords with major and minor triads on the natural notes Harmony exercise 7o: Seventh chords: making inversions of seventh chords with diminished and augmented triads on the natural notes Harmony exercise 7p: Seventh chords: making inversions of seventh chords with major and minor triads on all notes Harmony exercise 7q: Seventh chords: making inversions of seventh chords with diminished and augmented triads on all notes Chapter 7.5 The B major scale Chapter 7.6 The primary degrees in the B major scale Harmony exercise 7r: the primary degrees in B major Chapter 7.7 The D flat major scale 13version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationChapter 7.8 The primary degrees in the D flat major scale Harmony exercise 7s: the primary degrees in D flat major Chapter 7.9 The F minor scale Chapter 7.10 The harmonic F minor scale Chapter 7.11 The melodic F minor scale Chapter 7.12 The primary degrees in the F minor scale Harmony exercise 7t: the primary degrees in F minor Chapter 7.13 The G sharp minor scale Chapter 7.14 The harmonic G sharp minor scale Chapter 7.15 The melodic G sharp minor scale Chapter 7.16 The primary degrees in the G sharp minor scale Harmony exercise 7u: the primary degrees in G sharp minor Chapter 7.17 Chord symbols Ear Training level 7 Chapter 7.1 Melodic deviation Ear Training exercise 7a: melodic deviation Chapter 7.2 Scale degrees Ear Training exercise 7b: scale degrees Chapter 7.3 Melodic dictation 35 melodic dictations Chapter 7.4 Two-part melodic dictation 18 two-part dictations Chapter 7.5 Rhythmic dictation 23 rhythmic dictations Chapter 7.6 Minor, major, diminished and augmented triads Ear Training exercise 7d: minor, major, diminished and augmented triads Ear Training exercise 7e: minor, major, diminished and augmented triads harmonically Ear Training exercise 7f: diminished triad: root position or first inversion Ear Training exercise 7g: diminished triad: root position or second inversion Ear Training exercise 7h: diminished triad: first or second inversion Ear Training exercise 7i: diminished triad: all positions Ear Training exercise 7j: diminished triad: all positions harmonically Ear Training exercise 7k: minor, major, diminished and augmented triad: type and position Ear Training exercise 7l: minor, major, diminished and augmented triad: type and position harmonically Chapter 7.7 Seventh chords Ear Training exercise 7m: major seventh chord and dominant seventh chord Ear Training exercise 7n: minor major seventh chord and minor seventh chord Ear Training exercise 7o: major seventh chord, dominant seventh chord, minor major seventh chord and minor seventh chord Ear Training exercise 7p: half-diminished seventh chord, diminished seventh chord and augmented seventh chord 14version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationTable of Contents Music Theory level 8 Elementary Music Theory level 8 Elementary Music Theory level 8 Elementary Music Theory exercise 8 Harmony level 8 Chapter 8.1 The cadential six-four chord Harmony exercise 8a: cadential six-four chord Chapter 8.2 Chords with altered tones Harmony exercise 8b: Borrowed chords and Neapolitan sixth chord Chapter 8.3 The secondary dominant chord Harmony exercise 8c: secondary dominant chords Chapter 8.4 Augmented sixth chords - triads Harmony exercise 8d: double-diminished flat-fifth and major flat-fifth triad Harmony exercise 8e: making double-diminished flat-fifth and major flat-fifth triad on the natural notes Harmony exercise 8f: making double-diminished flat-fifth and major flat-fifth triad on all notes Harmony exercise 8g: making Italian sixth chords and augmented six-four chords with given root (natural notes) Harmony exercise 8h: making Italian sixth chords and augmented six-four chords with given root (all notes) Harmony exercise 8i: making Italian sixth chords and augmented six-four chords on the natural notes Harmony exercise 8j: making Italian sixth chords and augmented six-four chords on all notes Chapter 8.5 Seventh chords and scale degrees Harmony exercise 8k: seventh chords and scale degrees Chapter 8.6 Augmented sixth chords - seventh chords Harmony exercise 8l: double-diminished seventh chords and dominant seventh chords with flat fifth Harmony exercise 8m: making double-diminished seventh chords and dominant seventh chords with flat fifth on the natural notes Harmony exercise 8n: making double-diminished seventh chord and dominant seventh chord with flat fifth on all notes Harmony exercise 8o: making German sixth chord and French sixth chord with given root (natural notes) Harmony exercise 8p: making German sixth chord and French sixth chord with given root (all notes) Harmony exercise 8q: making German sixth chord and French sixth chord on the natural notes Harmony exercise 8r: making German sixth chord and French sixth chord on all notes Chapter 8.7 Chord connections 15version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.educationChapter 8.8 The F sharp major scale Chapter 8.9 The primary degrees in the F sharp major scale Harmony exercise 8s: the primary degrees in F sharp major Chapter 8.10 The G flat major scale Chapter 8.11 The primary degrees in the G flat major scale Harmony exercise 8t: the primary degrees in G flat major Chapter 8.12 The B flat minor scale Chapter 8.13 The harmonic B flat minor scale Chapter 8.14 The melodic B flat minor scale Chapter 8.15 The primary degrees in the B flat minor scale Harmony exercise 8u: the primary degrees in B flat minor Chapter 8.16 The circle of fifths Harmony exercise 8v: circle of fifths Chapter 8.17 Applying the circle of fifths Harmony exercise 8w: determining the key Chapter 8.18 Alternative scales Harmony exercise 8x: alternative scales Chapter 8.19 Chord symbols Ear Training level 8 Chapter 8.1 Melodic deviation Ear Training exercise 8a: melodic deviation Chapter 8.2 Scale degrees Ear Training exercise 8b: scale degrees Chapter 8.3 Melodic dictation 16 melodic dictations Chapter 8.4 Two-part melodic dictation 16 two-part dictations Chapter 8.5 Rhythmic dictation 16 rhythmic dictations Chapter 8.6 Scales Ear Training exercise 8c: scales Chapter 8.7 Church modes Ear Training exercise 8d: Church modes: Ionian, Lydian and Mixolydian Ear Training exercise 8e: Church modes: Aeolian, Dorian and Phrygian Ear Training exercise 8f: all church modes Chapter 8.8 Final triad Ear Training exercise 8g: final triad Chapter 8.9 Seventh chords Ear Training exercise 8h: all seventh chords 16version 2.1 7/12/2017 www.musictheory.education

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