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2.17: Listening Gallery- Tonic, Mode and Key

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    In each of the following questions, one excerpt remains within the key while the other modulates. Decide is the first excerpt is diatonic or if it is modulating.

    Diatonic Modulating The first excerpt remains in the key and is diatonic.


    Diatonic Modulating The first excerpt remains in the key and is diatonic.


    Diatonic Modulating The first excerpt moves from the original key and is modulating.


    Diatonic Modulating The first excerpt stays in the original key and is diatonic.


    Diatonic Modulating The first excerpt stays in the original key and is diatonic.


    Diatonic Modulating The first excerpt stays in the original key and is diatonic.


    Diatonic Modulating The first excerpt moves from the original key and is modulating.


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