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#beginquote# Suzy, What I think your teacher will do is one or all of several things. 1. Play a rhythm and ask you to write it down. 2. Play a chord and ask you to identify it (triad, 7th, minor, major, etc.) 3. Play a melody and ask you to identify the tonality (major, minor, model) 4. Tell you to write a chord. (ex. notate a Bbm7th chord.) 5. Tell you the 1st note and play a melody and ask you to notate it. (probably short) 6. Play two notes and ask you to identify the intervals (4th, 5th) 7. Play a note and ask you to notate a specific interval above or below. They are not likely to ask you to identify specific notes unless they think you have perfect pitch. #endquote#
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