|Scavenger Hunts — Make pattern recognition a habit.||William Wieland|
|I require the following clarifications or elaborations:|
Scales (limit 3 different scales) — Circle and identify any complete scale you find. Many, many more scales exist than I included in the pdf file. I encourage you to look for unusual scales.|
Ostinato (limit 1) — Circle at least a dozen consecutive instances of the repeated music passage.
Sequence (limit 1) — Circle each instance of the musical pattern. — Indicate whether it is a diatonic or modulating sequence. (no modified sequences please)
Period — Label the antecedent phrase and consequent phrase. — Indicate whether it is a parallel or contrasting period. (limit 1 of each)
Sentences (limit 1) — Refer to the handout in D2L.
Harmonic Cadences (limit 3 different cadences) — Provide a Roman numeral analysis with figures and identify each harmonic cadence.
Modulation (limit 3 different types) — Indicate the type of modulation and identify the chords and/or pitches that play an important role in the key change.
Second Inversion Triads — Circle and identify the six-four chord. (limit 1 of each)
Whether named embellishing tones (Refer to the handout in D2L.), non-chord tones, or nonharmonic tones, the limit is 3 different types. — Circle and identify each.
Cross Rhythm (limit 1) — Circle the instance and indicate the ratio, e.g. 2 x 3.
Hemiola (limit 1) — Explain the implied time signature.
Syncopation — Circle the example. (limit 1 of each type—ties, rests, and/or accents)
Applied Chords — Provide a Roman numeral analysis with figures. (limit 1 secondary dominant and 1 secondary leading-tone chord)
Augmented Sixth Chords (limit 1 of each) — Provide a Roman numeral analysis with figures and identify the “nationality”.
Neapolitan Sixth Chord (limit 1) — Provide a Roman numeral analysis with figures.
GRADES — 10 unambiguous, punctual, and unique submissions are required for 100 points.