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Music Theory for Computer Musicians by Michael Hewitt

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Exercises

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1.Complete the following statement. All musical intervals have a characteristic aural quality. In terms of aural quality, there are two main types of intervals: ____________________, which includes all of those intervals that have a generally agreeable sound to the ear; and ____________________, which have an element of tension about them.
2.Complete the following statement. There are three perfect concords—the octave (ratio 2:1), the perfect ____________________ (ratio ____________________), and the perfect ____________________ (ratio ____________________).
3.There are four imperfect concords—the ____________________ (ratio 5:4), the minor third ...

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