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Listening Gallery: Music Within a Key

Module by: Anthony Brandt. E-mail the author

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Please note that you must have the most recent copy of Macromedia's Flash plugin installed to play the musical examples.

In the following examples, indicate whether the excerpt ends with a half or full cadence. A half-cadence will sound incomplete, whereas a full tonic cadence will sound more conclusive.

Problem 1

Half Cadence
Full Cadence

Problem 2

Half Cadence
Full Cadence

Problem 3

Half Cadence
Full Cadence

Problem 4

Half Cadence
Full Cadence

Problem 5

Musical Example: Maurice Ravel, La Valse

Half Cadence
Full Cadence

Problem 6

Half Cadence
Full Cadence

Problem 7

Half Cadence
Full Cadence

Do the following examples exhibit the prototype half-cadence - full-cadence harmonic scheme?

Problem 8

Yes
No

Problem 9

Yes
No

Problem 10

Yes
No

Problem 11

Yes
No

Problem 12

Yes
No

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