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1

Highest of 2 notes- You are played three notes, and you must tell which is the highest.

Lowest of 2 notes - You are played 2 notes, and you must tell which is the lowest.

Rhythms- You are played a rhythm, and you must say whether it is in a 3 beat or 4 beat pattern.

Scales- You are played a scale and must recognise whether it is major or harmonic minor

Intervals- Two notes are played at about a one second interval OR as a chord. The student must state the interval of the notes (range 1-3 of the major scale i.e. unison, major 2nd, major 3rd).

Chords- A major or minor chord is played, and the student must say whether it is a major or minor chord.

Chord progressions- Two chords are played after a tonic note. The student must state if it is I-I or I-different.

2

Highest of 3 notes- You are played 3 notes, and you must tell which is the highest.

Lowest of 3 notes - You are played 3 notes, and you must tell which is the lowest.

Rhythms- You are played a rhythm, and you must say whether it is in a 3 beat,  4 beat or 5 beat pattern.

Chords- A major or minor OR diminished chord is played, and the student must the chord type.

Intervals- Two notes are played at about a one second interval OR as a chord. The student must state the interval of the notes (range 1-5 of the major scale).

Pick the tonic- a short melody is played; the student must select the appropriate tonic from a list

Scales- You are played a scale and must recognise whether it is major or harmonic minor or minor pentatonic

Match a melody- A short melody is played. The student must match it with a list of played melodies.

Chord progressions- Two chords are played after a tonic note. The student must state if it is I-I, I-V or I-different.

Chord progressions- Two chords are played. The student must state if it is Major-Major OR Major-minor

Upper or lower parts- a two-part progression is played (2 notes per part). The student must match the upper or lower part with a melody in a list

3

Highest of 5 notes- You are played 5 notes, and you must tell which is the highest.

Lowest of 5 notes - You are played 5 notes, and you must tell which is the lowest.

Rhythms- You are played a rhythm, and you must say whether it is in a 3,  4, 5, 6  or 7 beat patterns.

Chords- A major, minor, diminished or augmented chord is played, and the student must the chord type.

Intervals- Two notes are played at about a one second interval OR as a chord. The student must state the interval of the notes (range 1-8 of the major scale).

Pick the tonic- a short melody is played; the student must select the appropriate tonic from a list

Scales- You are played a scale and must recognise whether it is major or harmonic minor or natural minor or minor pentatonic

Match a melody- A short melody is played. The student must match it with a list of played melodies.

Chord progressions- Two chords are played after a tonic note. The student must state if it is I-I, I-V, I-IV or I-different.

Upper or lower parts- a two-part progression is played. The student must match the upper or lower part with a melody in a list

Middle note- a triad is played. The student is to choose the option that plays the middle note of the triad.

4

Highest of 8 notes- You are played 8 notes, and you must tell which is the highest.

Lowest of 8 notes - You are played 8 notes, and you must tell which is the lowest.

Rhythms- You are played a rhythm, and you must say whether it is in a 3,  4, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 beat patterns.

Rhythm - basic rhythms- You are played a rhythm feel (rock, blues, shuffle, jazz)  and you must select the correct option form the list.

Chords- A major, minor, diminished or augmented or dominant seventh chord is played, and the student must the chord type.

Intervals- Two notes are played at about a one second interval OR as a chord. The student must state the interval of the notes (chromatic scale scale - 1 octave).

Pick the tonic- a short melody is played; the student must select the appropriate tonic from a list

Scales- You are played a scale and must recognise whether it is major or harmonic minor or natural minor, melodic minor or minor pentatonic

Match a melody- A short melody is played. The student must match it with a list of played melodies.

Chord progressions- Two chords are played after a tonic note. The student must state if it is I-I, I-V, I-IV, i-I, i-V or I-different.

Chord progressions- Two chords are played. The student must state if it is Major-Major OR Major-minor OR minor-Major OR minor-minor

Upper or lower parts- a two-part progression is played. The student must match the upper or lower part with a melody in a list

Sing notes of a chord- a triad is played. The student is to choose the option that plays the notes of the triad.

Notate- a one bar excerpt is played. The students scores the excerpt using the drop-down boxes.

5

Highest of 10 notes- You are played 10 notes, and you must tell which is the highest.

Lowest of 10 notes - You are played 10 notes, and you must tell which is the lowest.

Rhythm - basic rhythms- You are played a rhythm feel (rock, blues, shuffle, jazz, latin)  and you must select the correct option form the list.

Rhythm - basic feels- You are played a rhythm feel (quarter, eighth, sixteenth or triplet)  and you must select the correct option form the list.

Chords- A major, minor, diminished or augmented or dominant seventh, major seventh chord is played, and the student must the chord type.

Intervals- Two notes are played at about a one second interval OR as a chord. The student must state the interval of the notes (from unison to minor 9th - chromatic intervals included).

Pick the tonic- a short melody is played; the student must select the appropriate tonic from a list

Scales- You are played a scale and must recognise whether it is major or harmonic minor or natural minor, melodic minor, blues or minor pentatonic

Match a melody- A short melody is played. The student must match it with a list of played melodies.

Chord progressions- Two chords are played after a tonic note. The student must state if it is I-I, I-V, I-IV, i-iv, i-I, i-V, i-IV or I-different.

Upper or lower parts- a two-part progression is played. The student must match the upper or lower part with a melody in a list

Notate- a one bar excerpt is played. The students scores the excerpt using the drop-down boxes.

Inversions - a triad is played. The student must select whether it is in root position or 1st inversion.

Sing a score - a one bar score is presented (crotchet rhythm). The student selects the correct option.

6

Highest of 12 notes- You are played 12 notes, and you must tell which is the highest.

Lowest of 12 notes - You are played 12 notes, and you must tell which is the lowest.

Rhythm - basic rhythms- You are played a rhythm feel (rock, blues, shuffle, jazz, latin, sixteenths or quintolets)  and you must select the correct option form the list.

Rhythm - basic feels- You are played a rhythm feel (quarter, eighth, sixteenth, latin or triplet)  and you must select the correct option form the list.

Chords- A major, minor, diminished or augmented or dominant seventh, major seventh, minor seventh chord is played, and the student must the chord type.

Intervals- Two notes are played at about a one second interval OR as a chord. The student must state the interval of the notes (from unison to major 9th - chromatic intervals included).

Pick the tonic- a short melody is played; the student must select the appropriate tonic from a list

Scales- You are played a scale and must recognise whether it is major or harmonic minor or natural minor, melodic minor, blues, whole tone or minor pentatonic

Match a melody- A short melody is played. The student must match it with a list of played melodies.

Chord progressions- Two chords are played after a tonic note. The student must state if it is I-I, I-V, I-IV, i-iv, i-I, i-V, i-IV, i-v,  i-iv or I-different.

Upper or lower parts- a two-part progression is played. The student must match the upper or lower part with a melody in a list

Notate- a one bar excerpt is played. The students scores the excerpt using the drop-down boxes.

Inversions - a triad is played. The student must select whether it is in root position,1st or 2nd inversion.

Cadences - a perfect or plagal cadence is played after the tonic note. The student must choose the correct option.

Sing a score - a two bar score is presented (crotchet rhythm). The student selects the correct option.

7

Highest of 15 notes- You are played 15 notes, and you must tell which is the highest.

Lowest of 15 notes - You are played 15 notes, and you must tell which is the lowest.

Rhythm - basic rhythms- You are played a rhythm feel (rock, blues, shuffle, jazz, latin, sixteenths, quintolets or sextolets)  and you must select the correct option form the list.

Chords- A major, minor, diminished or augmented or dominant seventh, major seventh, minor seventh or minor major seventh chord is played, and the student must the chord type.

Intervals- Two notes are played at about a one second interval OR as a chord. The student must state the interval of the notes (from unison to minor 10th - chromatic intervals included).

Scales- You are played a (scale/mode) and must recognise whether it is major or harmonic minor or natural minor, melodic minor, blues, whole tone, mixolydian, dorian  or minor pentatonic

Match a melody- A short melody is played. The student must match it with a list of played melodies.

Chord progressions- Two chords are played after a tonic note. The student must state if it is I-I, I-V, I-IV, i-iv, i-I, i-V, i-IV, i-v,  i-iv, I-vi, i-VI or I-different.

Upper or lower parts- a two-part progression is played. The student must match the upper or lower part with a melody in a list

Notate- a one bar excerpt is played. The students scores the excerpt using the drop-down boxes.

Inversions - a triad or seventh is played. The student must select whether it is in root position,1st, 2nd or 3rd inversion.

Cadences - a perfect, plagal or interrupted cadence is played after the tonic note. The student must choose the correct option.

Sing a score - a two bar score is presented (quaver rhythm). The student selects the correct option.

8

Highest of 16 notes- You are played 16 notes, and you must tell which is the highest.

Lowest of 16 notes - You are played 16 notes, and you must tell which is the lowest.

Rhythm - basic rhythms- You are played a rhythm feel (rock, blues, shuffle, jazz, latin, sixteenths, quintolets, sextoletsor septolets)  and you must select the correct option form the list.

Chords- A major, minor, diminished or augmented or dominant seventh, major seventh, minor seventh, minor major seventh, diminished seventh or half diminished seventh chord is played, and the student must the chord type.

Intervals- Two notes are played at about a one second interval OR as a chord. The student must state the interval of the notes (from unison to major 10th - chromatic intervals included).

Scales- You are played a ( scale/mode) and must recognise whether it is major or harmonic minor or natural minor, melodic minor, blues, whole tone, mixolydian, dorian, locrian or minor pentatonic

Chord progressions- Two chords are played after a tonic note. The student must state if it is I-I, I-V, I-IV, i-iv, i-I, i-V, i-IV, i-v,  i-iv, I-vi, i-VI, I-iii, viii-iii or I-different.

Upper or lower parts- a two-part progression is played. The student must match the upper or lower part with a melody in a list

Notate- a one bar excerpt is played. The students scores the excerpt using the drop-down boxes.

Cadences - a perfect, plagal, interrupted or imperfect cadence is played after the tonic note. The student must choose the correct option.

Sing a score - a four bar score is presented (quaver rhythm). The student selects the correct option.

 


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