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2007 AP® MUSIC THEORY FREE-RESPONSE QUESTIONS

Questions 3-4

For each of these questions, you will hear a harmonic progression in four parts. In each case, the progression will be played four times. There will be a pause of 30 seconds after the first playing and a one-minute pause after each subsequent playing. For each question, please do the following.

  • (a)

    Notate only the soprano and bass voices. Do not notate the alto and tenor voices.

  • (b)

    On the lines provided under each staff, write in the Roman and Arabic numerals that indicate the chords

and their inversions.

Question 3. Before listening to the first playing, please look at the staff below. Notice that there are nine chords in the progression; the soprano and bass notes and the Roman numeral of the first chord are given.

Now listen to the progression for the first time and begin working.

The progression for Question 3 will now be played a second time.

The progression for Question 3 will now be played a third time.

The progression for Question 3 will now be played a final time.

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