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Identify the interval size between the pitches in each of the following sets. In lines 1 to 3, consider the second pitch to be above the first pitch.


7. Choosing an appropriate clef, write on staff paper, and name with subscript, the note which is: (a) a minor third above D₂ (b) a fifth above F (c) a major ninth below C (d) a tritone below E


8. Suppose we have an eight-note scale (with first and eighth notes an octave apart) such that the sequence of intervals of adjacent notes contains only the numbers and 1. Is it possible that this scale is a non-trivial cyclic permutation of itself? If so, give an example. If not, explain why not.


Indicate the roman numeral below each triad. Above each triad, indicate the root-name and quality (F maj, d min, e...)


B.


1. Identify these notes by letter and subscript:


2. Identify these intervals:


3. Choosing an appropriate clef, write on the staff below, and name with subscript, the note which is: (a) a major third above Es (b) a minor sixth below F's (c) an octave above C₂


4. Construct a sixth-note scale (with first and eighth notes an octave apart) such that the sequence of intervals contains only number 1.


5. Choosing an appropriate clef, write on the staff below the following scales: (a) Major scale (Ionian) starting from A4 (b) Dorian scale starting from G₂ (c) Aeolian scale starting from A4


In this project, you will apply what we have learned this semester to write a short piece of music. Compose an eight measure, two-phrase piece of music on a grand staff, with a one-voice melody in the treble clef, and accompaniment (three-voice triads) in the bass clef. As long as the requirements below are met, feel free to get creative with it! Think about the mood or feeling you wish to convey through the music. As always, this assignment must be submitted on manuscript paper OR notated with a music software (Musescore is a good, free option). See previous comp project for a printable pdf of manuscript paper.


2. Using "do re mi ..." label the major mode using the diatonic set.


6. Notate a tetrachord beginning on G4, labeling the tones and semitones along with their numerical ratios.


3. Using "do re mi ..." label the minor mode using the diatonic set.


4. Create a grand staff and notate the pitches from question 1.


Explain the iconoclastic controversy and describe the art that escaped the ban and saw a revival?Two-three paragraphs.


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