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EAR TRAINING AND MINOR SCALES TEST
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1-10. For questions #1 - 10 you will hear a minor second and a major second. Mark “a” if the minor second is played first, mark “b” if it is played second, and mark “c” if you do not know.

a. Minor second was played first. b. Minor second was played second. c. I do not know.
11. Which tune begins with a major 6th?

a. Twinkle, Twinkle . . .

b. Marines Hymn

c. My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean

d. I do not know.
12. Which tune begins with a major 3rd?

a. Twinkle, Twinkle . . .

b. Marines Hymn

c. My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean

d. I do not know.
13. Which tune begins with a unison?

a. Twinkle, Twinkle . . .

b. Marines Hymn

c. My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean

d. I do not know.
14. Which tune begins with an octave?

a. Star Wars

b. Here Comes the Bride

c. Somewhere Over the Rainbow

d. I do not know.
15. Which tune begins with a perfect 5th?

a. Star Wars

b. Here Comes the Bride

c. Somewhere Over the Rainbow

d. I do not know.
16. Which tune begins with a perfect 4th?

a. Star Wars

b. Here Comes the Bride

c. Somewhere Over the Rainbow

d. I do not know.
17. Which tune begins with a major 7th?

a. Maria

b. Bali Hai

c. There’s a Place for Us

d. I do not know.
18. Which tune begins with a minor 7th? a. Maria b. Bali Hai

c. There’s a Place for Us d. I do not know.


19. Which tune begins with a tritone? a. Maria b. Bali Hai

c. There’s a Place for Us d. I do not know.


20-23. For questions #20-23 you will hear a major chord and a minor chord. Mark “a” if the major chord is played first, mark “b” if it is played second, or mark “c” if you do not know.

a. Major chord was played first. b. Major chord was played second. c. I do not know.


24-27. For questions #24-27 you will hear a major chord and an augmented chord. Mark “a” if the augmented chord is played first, mark “b” if it is played second, or mark “c” if you do not know.

a. Augmented chord was played first. b. Augmented chord was played second.

c. I do not know.
28-31. For questions #28-31 you will hear a major chord and a diminished chord. Mark “a” if the diminished chord is played first, mark “b” if it is played second, or mark “c” if you do not know.

a. Diminished chord was played first. b. Diminished chord was played second.

c. I do not know.
32-35. For questions #32-35 you will hear a major major 7th chord and a major minor 7th chord. Mark “a” if the major major chord is played first, mark “b” if it is played second, or mark “c” if you do not know.

a. Major major chord was played first. b. Major major chord was played second.

c. I do not know.
36-39. For questions #36-39 you will hear a major minor 7th chord and a minor minor 7th chord. Mark “a” if the minor minor chord is played first, mark “b” if it is played second, or mark “c” if you do not know.

a. Minor minor chord was played first. b. Minor minor chord was played second.

c. I do not know.
40-43. For questions #40-43 identify the interval played on the tape. Mark “a” if it is a major 3rd, “b” if it is a perfect 4th, “c” if it is a perfect 5th, “d” if it is a major 6th, or “e” if you do not know.
a. major 3rd b. perfect 4th c. perfect 5th d. major 6th e. I do not know.
44-47. For questions #44-47 mark “a” if you hear a unison, “b” if you hear an octave,

“c” if you hear major 7th, “d” if you hear a minor 7th, or “e” if you do not know.


a. unison b. octave c. major 7th d. minor 7th e. I do not know.
48-50. For questions #48-50 mark “a” if you hear a tritone (augmented 4th or diminished 5th), “b” if you hear a minor 2nd, “c” if you hear a major 2nd, “d” if you hear a minor 3rd, or “e” if you do not know.
a. tritone b. minor 2nd c. major 2nd d. minor 3rd e. I do not know.
51. Which minor scale has 1 sharp? a. d b. ab c. e d. bb e. g
52. Which minor scale has 1 flat? a. d b. ab c. g d. f e. bb
53. Which minor scale has 2 sharps? a. e b. a c. f d. b e. bb
54. Which minor scale has 2 flats? a. eb b. db c. bb d. g e. c
55. Which minor scale has 3 sharps? a. a b. b c. f# d. c# e. c
56. Which minor scale has 3 flats? a. c b. f c. g d. eb e. a
57. Which minor scale has 4 sharps? a. f b. g c. c d. d e. c#
58. Which minor scale has 4 flats? a. cb b. f c. g d. c# e. f#
59. Which minor scale has 5 flats? a. c b. f c. bb d. d e. eb
60. Which minor scale has 2 sharps? a. e b. a c. f d. b e. bb
61. Which minor scale has 7 flats? a. ab b. eb c. db d. e e. b
62. One of the forms of the minor scales is . . .

a. natural b. unnatural c. super natural d. all of the above e. none of the above


63. One of the forms of the minor scales is . . .

a. enharmonic

b. harmonic

c. disharmonic natural

d. preharmonic

e. none of the above


64. One of the forms of the minor scales is . . .

a. melodic b. meladic c. melodick d. melodic e. mellodic


65. How do you alter the natural minor to form the harmonic minor?

a. raise the 6th note one half step

b. raise the 7th note one half step

c. lower the 6th note one half step

d. lower the 7th note one half step

e. none of the above.

66. How do you alter the natural minor to form the upward moving melodic minor?

a. lower the 6th and 7th notes one half step

b. raise the 6th and 7th notes one half step

c. lower the 5th and 6th notes one half step

d. raise the 5th and 6th notes one half step

e. no change needed


67. How do you alter the natural minor to form the downward moving melodic minor?

a. lower the 6th and 7th notes one half step

b. raise the 6th and 7th notes one half step

c. lower the 5th and 6th notes one half step

d. raise the 5th and 6th notes one half step

e. no change needed


68. Which word describes minor and major scales that have the same key signature?

a. parallel b. natural c. similar d. relative e. none of the above


69. Which word describes minor and major scales that begin on the same note?

a. parallel b. natural c. similar d. relative e. none of the above


FOR QUESTIONS #70 - 82 MARK (A) IF THE SCALE IS MAJOR, (B) IF THE SCALE IS NATURAL MINOR (C) IF THE SCALE IS HARMONIC MINOR (D) IF THE SCALE IS MELODIC MINOR, AND (E) IF THE SCALE IS NONE OF THE ABOVE.
70. C D E F G A B C B A G F E D C
71. C D Eb F G Ab Bb C Bb Ab G F Eb D C
72. C D Eb F G A B C Bb Ab G F Eb D C
73. C D Eb F G Ab B C B Ab G F Eb D C
74. A B C D E F G A G F E D C B A
75. A B C D E F G# A G# F E D C B A
76. A B C# D E F# G# A G F E D C B A
77. A B C D E F# G# A G F E D C B A
78. G A Bb C D Eb F G F Eb D C Bb A G
79. G A B C D E F# G F# Eb D C B A G
80. G A Bb C D E F# G F Eb D C Bb A G
81. G A Bb C D Eb F# G F# Eb D C Bb A G
82. F G Ab Bb C D E F Eb Db C Bb Ab G F

FOR QUESTIONS #83 - 86 YOU WILL HEAR A MAJOR SCALE AND A NATURAL MINOR SCALE BEGINNING ON THE SAME NOTE. IF THE MAJOR SCALE IS PLAYED FIRST, MARK (A); IF IT IS PLAYED SECOND, MARK (B).


83 - 86. a. Major scale was played first. b. Major scale was played second.
FOR QUESTIONS #87 - 90 YOU WILL HEAR A NATURAL MINOR SCALE AND A HARMONIC MINOR SCALE BEGINNING ON THE SAME NOTE. IF THE HARMONIC MINOR SCALE IS PLAYED FIRST, MARK (A); IF IT IS PLAYED SECOND, MARK (B).
87 - 90. a. harmonic minor scale played first. b. harmonic minor scale was played second.
FOR QUESTIONS #91 - 94 YOU WILL HEAR A MELODIC MINOR SCALE AND A HARMONIC MINOR SCALE BEGINNING ON THE SAME NOTE. IF THE MELODIC MINOR SCALE IS PLAYED FIRST, MARK (A); IF IT IS PLAYED SECOND, MARK (B).
91 -94. a. melodic minor scale played first. b. melodic minor scale was played second.
FOR QUESTIONS #95 - 100 YOU WILL HEAR A MAJOR SCALE AND A MELODIC MINOR SCALE BEGINNING ON THE SAME NOTE. IF THE MAJOR SCALE IS PLAYED FIRST, MARK (A); IF IT IS PLAYED SECOND, MARK (B).
95 - 100. a. Major scale was played first. b. Major scale was played second.


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