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Choir Test - 2/6/15

Scales/Flats/Sharps/Half and Whole Steps/Enharmonic Notes

Which key signature has no sharps and no flats? The Key of C.
What key signature has one flat? The Key of F.
What key signature has one sharp? The Key of G.
A whole step is made up of two ________ steps. half
A sharp(#) ______________ a pitch a half step. raises
A flat _______________ a pitch a half step. lowers
A natural ____________ a flat or a sharp. cancels
Some keys on the piano keyboard have two different names, but produce the same pitch. These are called __________ notes. enharmonic
What is the pattern of half and whole steps used to create a major scale? W W H W W W H (W = whole and H = half)
A major scale has 8 pitches. How many pitches does a chromatic scale have? A chromatic scale has 12 pitches.
What is found on the Circle of Fifths? Key signatures are found on the Circle of Fifths.
Which scale is made up of all half steps? The chromatic scale is made up of all half steps.
When a sharp or flat occurs in a song and is not in the key signature it is called an _____________________. accidental
B flat has the same pitch as _______ ____. A #
F# has the same pitch as ______ ___. G flat
D to D# is a ________ ________. half step
E to F# is a _________ _______ . whole step
Created by: Kay.Carter



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