Vocabulary
Scales
Key Signatures
Intervals
The Keyboard
100

The vertical lines used to divide measures.

What is bar lines?

100

The major scale with no flats or sharps?

What is C major scale?

100

This major key signature has 4 flats.

What is Ab major?

100

The musical distance between two pitches.

What is intervals?

100

The keys that represent the sharps and flats.

What are black keys?
200

The combination of strong and weak pulses to form a recurring pattern.

What is meter?

200

The subdominant note of the F major scale.

What is Bb?

200

The minor key with no flats or sharps.

What is A minor?

200

Two pitches that are sounded in succession.

What is melodic intervals?

200

The standard number of keys on a piano keyboard.

What is 88?

300

This indicates a note that is given more stress than surrounding notes.

What is accent note?

300

The leading tone of the A natural minor scale.

What is G?

300

The minor key signature with 6 sharps.

What is D# minor?

300

Two pitches sounded simultaneously.

What is harmonic interval?

300

The pitch that occurs immediately to the left of a group of three black keys.

What is F?

400

The short, individual lines added above or below the staff.

What is ledger lines?

400

The scale consisting of the notes B-C#-D-E-F#-G-A#.

What is B harmonic minor scale?

400

The major key with one less sharp than D major.

What is G major?

400

The interval with zero half steps.

What is perfect unison?

400

The note that always occurs immediately to the left of a group of two black keys.

What is C?

500

A major triad with an added minor seventh above the root.

What is dominant seventh chord?

500

The scale with the notes G#-A#-B-C#-D#-E#-Fx.

What is G# melodic minor scale?

500

This minor key has three more flats than Eb major.

What is Bb minor?

500

The interval between C# and G#

What is perfect fifth?

500

The number of octaves on a standard 88 key piano.

What is 7 1/4?

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