Music Theory Graded Homework

Each assignment is 40 questions.  Students must have at least an 80% on each Homework assignment to recieve credit, 32 out of 40.  After 40 questions, the assignment will stop.  If you did not achieve at least 32 out of the 40, you MUST repeat the assignment until you do.  You may also repeat the assignment if you wish to improve your grade beyond the 80%.  

Upon completion, email a screen shot of your final grade to:  ALL assigned homework will be part of your classroom grade for the 9 weeks.

Homework Tools

Accidental Calculator     Interval Calculator     Scale Calculator

Chord Calculator     Analysis Calculator

Staff Identification

Note Identification:  All Natural, 2 Clefs,   Notes with Accidentals, Grand Staff,   All Keys, Grand Staff

Key Signature Identification: All Major Keys,   All Minor Keys,   All Modal Keys

Interval Identification: Natural Intervals, 2 Clefs,   Natural Intervals, Grand Staff,   Diatonic Intervals, All Keys,   Altered Intervals, All Keys

Scale Identification:  4 Kinds of Scales,    All Modal Scales 

Chord Identification: 4 Kinds of chords, Naturals, 2 Clefs,   4 Kinds of Chords, Naturals, Inversions,   Diatonic Chords, All Keys,   Altered Chords, All Keys,   Extended 7th, Diatonic Chords, Root Position,   Extended 7th, Diatonic Chords, Inversions,   Extended 7th, Altered Chords, Root Position, All Keys,   Extended 7th, Altered Chords, Inversions, All Keys  7 types of Extended 7th Chords, Root Position, 5 keys,  7 types of Extended 7th Chords, Inversions, 5 keys,  

Keyboard Identification

Keyboard Note Identification: All Natural Notes,   All Notes

Keyboard Reverse Identification: All Natural Notes Reverse,   All Notes Reverse

Keyboard Interval Identification: Diatonic Intervals,   Altered Intervals

Keyboard Scale Identification: 4 Kinds of Scales,   All Modal Scales

Keyboard Chord Identification:  4 Kinds of Triads, Root Postion,   4 Kinds of Triads, Inversions,    Extended 7th Chords, Root Postion,   Extended 7th Chords, Inversions

Staff Construction

Note Construction:  All Natural Notes, 2 Clefs,   Notes with Accientals, 2 Clefs

Key Signature Construction:  All Major Keys,   All Minor Keys,   All Modal Keys

Interval Construction:  All Diatonic Intervals, 2 Clefs,   All Diatonic Intervals, Grand Staff,   Altered Intervals, Key of C,   Altered Intervals, All Keys

Scale Construction:  All Major Scales,   All Pure (Natural) Minor Scales,   All Harmonic Minor  Scales,   All Melodic Minor Scales,   All Modal Scales

Chord Construction:  4 Kinds of Traids, Root Position,   4 Kinds of Triads, Inversions,   Extended 7th Chords, Root Position,   Extended 7th Chords, Inversions

Ear Training

Note Ear Training: Diatonic, C4-C5,   Chromatic, C4-C5

Interval Ear Training: Diatonic Intervals, C4-C5,   Altered Intervals, C4-C5

Scale Ear Training: Major/Pure (Natural) Minor Scale,   Major/3 Minors Scales,   Modal Scales,   4 Other (Blues, Pentatonic, Whole Tone, Chromatic) Scales

Chord Ear Training: 4 Kinds of Triads, Root Position,   4 Kinds of Triads, Inversion,   Extended 7th Chords, Root Position,   Extended 7th Chords, Inversions

Create Chord Progressions Ear Training:  Be sure the type of chords are set to the proper assignment, the number is set to 40 and you’re in a FIXED KEY!  Chord Progression Website

Listening Examples

Popularly Used Diatonic Chord Progressions:  I-IV-V7-I,    I-vi-IV-V7,    I-iii-vi-ii-V7-I,    I-vi-ii-V7,    I-V-vi-IV,     I-IV-V7-IV,    i-iv-V7-i,    i-VI-vi-V7,    i-VII-VI-V7,    iio7-V7sus-V7-i,   I-IV-V7-iv,   i-iv-V7-i-VI-iv-V7-i,    (I-IV-V-I)-IV-iv-I-V7,  

Popularly Used Chord Progressions with Diatonic Secondary Keys.  Each of these progressions begins with a I-IV-V-I , then 2 transitions chords to set up the Secondary Chord at the end of the 8 measure example:  V7/ii-ii,    viio7/ii-ii,    V7/iii-iii,    viio7/iii-iii,    V7/IV-IV,    viio7/IV-IV,    V7/V-V,    viio7/V-V,    V7/vi-vi,    viio7/vi-vi,  

Just for fun:   Classic Blues Progression,    Circle ii-V-I  Harmonic Progressions

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