## Jazz Theory 12 - QUIZ ANSWERS

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Quiz 12 Answers

A.
 1 = Gmaj7 (2nd) 2 = Dm7 (1st) 3 = Fo7 (r) 4 = Cmaj7 (2nd) 5 = Gø (3rd) 6 = Bbmaj7 (3rd) 7 = B7 (2nd) 8 = Fmaj7 (3rd) 9 = Dø (r) 10 = Gm7 (2nd)

B.

1. Gmaj7 - Am7 - Bm7 - Cmaj7 - D7 - Em7 - F#ø

2. Dmaj7 - Em7 - F#m7 - Gmaj7 - A7 - Bm7 - C#ø

3. Fmaj7 - Gm7 - Am7 - Bbmaj7 - C7 - Dm7 - Eø

4. Emaj7 - F#m7 - G#m7 - Amaj7 - B7 - C#m7 - D#ø

5. Ebmaj7 - Fm7 - Gm7 - Abmaj7 - Bb7 - Cm7 - Dø

6. Amaj7 - Bm7 - C#m7 - Dmaj7 - E7 - F#m7 - G#ø

C.

1. C#m7 and G#ø

2. Amaj7 and C#m7

3. Db7 and Fø

4. Gm7 and C7

5. Bbmaj7 and Ebmaj7

6. Bbm7 and Cm7

D.

1. F#m7 is the II Chord in the E major scale, the VI Chord in the A major scale, and the III Chord in the D major scale

2. B7 is the V Chord in the E major scale

3. Bbmaj7 is the I Chord in the Bb major scale, and the IV Chord in the F major scale

4. Gø is the VII Chord in the Ab major scale

5. C#m7 is the III Chord, F#m7 the VI Chord, and Bm7 the II Chord in the A major scale

E.
The wrong chords are :
1. F#7. It should be F#m7

2. Cm7. It should be C7

3. Gbm7. It should be Gm7

4. Amaj7. It should be Abmaj7

5. Cm7. It should be Cmaj7

6. Aø. It should be A#ø

F.
In the key of F : F7 = I7 - Bb7 = IV7 - C7= V7

In the key of G : G7 = I7 - C7 = IV7 - D7= V7

G.
1.
Swing Time has a format typical of numerous Jazz songs.
The song consists of 32 bars, subdivided into four 8-bar sections.
The first 8 bars are called the A section. This section is repeated in the second 8 bars, and once more in the final 8 bars.
Bars 17 to 24 are called the B section or Bridge
The song is therefore in so called A A B A format.

2.
The A section and Bridge each represent Circle of Fifths segments
A section : Fmaj7 - Dm7 - Gm7 - C7 - Fmaj7 -

Bridge : A7 - D7 - G7 - C7

3.
The A sections are scale-tone chord segments of the F major scale.

The bridge modulates from chord to chord, each chord representing a different key.
A7 = D major
D7 = G major
G7 = C major
C7 = F major

The Bridge = III7 - VI7 - II7 - V7
The is the famous Rhythm Bridge named after George Gershwin's I Got Rhythm in which it occurs.

5.
All melody notes in the A sections are derived from the F major pentatonic scale (F G A C D F)
All melody notes in the Bridge are chord tones from each underlying chord.

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