AP Music Theory UNIT 2 Practice Test 2023

AP Music Theory UNIT 2 Practice Test 2023: Try The College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) Music Theory Unit 2: Music Fundamentals II: Minor Scales and Key Signatures, Melody, Timbre, and Texture exam review questions and answers online.

SCALES Scales are an ordered collection of pitches in whole- and half-step patterns. The word scale comes from the Latin word scalae meaning “stairs” or “ladder.”

The Chromatic Scale The chromatic scale is a symmetrical scale with all pitches spaced a half step apart. The chromatic scale is written using sharps for the ascending scale and the enhar¬ monic equivalent flats for the descending scale.

AP Music Theory UNIT 2 Practice Test 2023

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AP Music Theory Practice Test -Unit 2

AP Music Theory Practice Test -Unit 2
Unit 2: Music Fundamentals II: Minor Scales and Key Signatures, Melody, Timbre, and Texture
Total MCQs: 15
Time Limit: 20 Minutes

1 / 15

Which of the following pitches is NOT diatonic in B Major?

2 / 15

Which of the following is a Mixolydian scale?

3 / 15

The anacrusis and downbeat are what scale degrees?

4 / 15

This example features all of the following EXCEPT

5 / 15

The meter of this selection by Bach is:

6 / 15

Noting the change of time signature at the end, the meter of this passage changes from

7 / 15

This excerpt features all of the following EXCEPT

8 / 15

This excerpt is in what key?

9 / 15

The relative key of A Major is

10 / 15

f A# is the raised submediant in minor, what would be the key signature of the relative major key?

11 / 15

Another name for cut time is:

12 / 15

The notes D#, A, and B are all contained in which of the following pairs of scales?

13 / 15

All of the following are true about the meter of this selection EXCEPT the

14 / 15

The bass line in measure 5 is all of the following EXCEPT

15 / 15

Which scale is used in this excerpt?

Your score is

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