AP Music Theory UNIT 3 Practice Test 2023

AP Music Theory UNIT 3 Practice Test 2023: Try The College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) Music Theory Unit 3: Music Fundamentals III: Triads and Seventh Chords exam review questions and answers online.

Harmony refers to the way notes are simultaneously sounded creating a vertical element to the music. A single melody line or linear voice added to another line or voice is called a counterpoint. This combination of voices, each significant by itself, creates this “note against note.”

It is unique to music to be able to comprehend two things being “said” at the same time. While a composer may weave together two or three (or more) melodies (linear), he also recognizes what combining those melodies creates harmonically (vertical).

AP Music Theory UNIT 3 Practice Test

The AP Music Theory exam covers music theory fundamentals, harmony, voice leading, modes, and form.

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AP Music Theory UNIT 3 Practice Test

AP Music Theory UNIT 3 Practice Test

Unit 3: Music Fundamentals III: Triads and Seventh Chords
Total MCQs: 20
Time Limit: 25 Minutes

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The key of this excerpt is

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Identify the chord and inversion of chord 1.

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What chord member is doubled in chord 1?

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What chord member does the alto sing in chord 3?

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All of the following are true of chord 2 EXCEPT

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Chord 4 would be identified as an E minor chord

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Chord 5 would be identified as a B Major

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The key of this example is

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The key of this example isThe Fit in this example would be identified as the

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The chord on the downbeat of measure 2 is

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The interval between the notes in first and second violin in this chord (m2, beat 1) is

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The interval between the cello and the viola (in the same chord) is a compound interval. This interval reduces to

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The chord at the fermata is a

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The viola plays what chord member in the chord at the fermata?

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What position is the chord at the fermata?

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The chord immediately preceding the fermata is identified as

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Which of the following is not a minor 6th interval?

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All of the following are true of this chord EXCEPT

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All of the following intervals are enharmonic equivalents EXCEPT

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The difference between a half-diminished seventh chord and a fully-diminished seventh chord is the

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