AP Music Theory UNIT 4 Practice Test 2023

AP Music Theory UNIT 4 Practice Test 2023: Try The College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) Music Theory Unit 4: Harmony and Voice Leading I: Chord Function, Cadence, and Phrase exam review questions and answers online.

AP Music Theory Unit 4 typically covers advanced topics in harmony, including tonal harmony, voice leading, and form. The test may include multiple choice and written response questions, as well as a listening section where students will need to identify and analyze musical examples.

It is important to have a strong understanding of basic music theory concepts, such as chord progressions, melody, and rhythm, as well as the ability to analyze and identify musical elements in order to do well on the test.

AP Music Theory UNIT 4 Practice Test

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AP Music Theory UNIT 4 Practice Test

AP Music Theory UNIT 4 Practice Test

Unit 4: Harmony and Voice Leading I: Chord Function, Cadence, and Phrase
Total MCQs: 25
Time Limit: 30 Minutes

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The appropriate Roman numeral chord symbols at the cadence are

2 / 25

The cadence within the box at measure 7 is best identified as

3 / 25

At the end of the phrase the tonality shifts to the

4 / 25

All of the following are also indicators of the opening tonality EXCEPT the

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In measure 1 and measure 3 the occurrence of the E natural leading to the F signals that the opening of this melody is in the key of

6 / 25

The harmonic interval between the notes in the top and bottom staff in the anacrusis is a

7 / 25

The circled chord (the same in both places) functions as

8 / 25

EVERY phrase

9 / 25

This hymn has four phrases. How does the analysis between phrase 1 and phrase 2 differ?

10 / 25

The key of this hymn tune is

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What key is represented by this excerpt?

12 / 25

Sometimes when observing only the melody, harmony is implied. What harmonies are implied in the two boxes?

13 / 25

Cadences end on only what three chords?

14 / 25

The leading tone chord most often is in

15 / 25

What is required to confidently determine the key?

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The cadence at the fermata can be identified as

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The second chord progression can be identified as

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The chord progression for the first three chords is

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The cadence in measure 14 is

20 / 25

The chord progression for measure 14 is best analyzed as

21 / 25

Measure 12 briefly implies the key of

22 / 25

The cadence in measure 10 is best described as

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The chord in measure 3 is all of the following EXCEPT

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The cadence at measure 4 can be identified as

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Cadence 1 (measure 2) can be identified as

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