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DateNameRoot-Position Triad Basics - A triad is a chord composed of three notes stacked in thirds.The lowest note is called the root.The note a third above the root is called the third.The note a fifth above the root is called the fifth.Example fifththirdrootA triad in which the root is the lowest note is called a root-position triad.Close position indicates containment of all chord pitches within the smallest possible interval.Diatonic indicates confinement to the pitches of the prevailing key without chromatic alteration.Answers in this exercise are limited to diatonic close root-position triads.1. Each of the notes below is the root of a triad.Draw a note a third above each root.12 3 4 3 2. Each of the notes below is the root of a triad.Draw a note a fifth above each root.1 2 4 3. Each of the notes below is the root of a triad.Draw the third and fifth above each root to create close root-position triads.1 2 3 4. Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below.Add notes to create close root-position triads.1 5 root fifth 2 6 3 fifth third7 root fifth 4 48 third thirdFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameRoot-Position Triad Basics - A triad, in its elemental form, is a chord composed of three notes stacked in thirds.The lowest note is called the root.The note a third above the root is called the third.The note a fifth above the root is called the fifth.Example fifththirdrootA triad in which the root is the lowest note is called a root-position triad.Close position indicates containment of all chord pitches within the smallest possible interval.Diatonic indicates confinement to the pitches of the prevailing key without chromatic alteration.Answers in this exercise are limited to diatonic close root-position triads.1. Each of the notes below is the root of a triad.Draw a note a third above each root. 1 2 3 42. Each of the notes below is the root of a triad.Draw a note a fifth above each root. 1 2 3 3. Each of the notes below is the root of a triad.Draw the third and fifth above each root to create close root-position triads. 1 2 3 4 4 4. Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below.Add notes to create close root-position triads. 1 2root 5 fifth 6 fifththird 3 74 root fifth 8third thirdFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameRoot-Position Triad Basics - A triad, in its elemental form, is a chord composed of three notes stacked in thirds.The lowest note is called the root.The note a third above the root is called the third.The note a fifth above the root is called the fifth.Example fifththirdrootA triad in which the root is the lowest note is called a root-position triad.Close position indicates containment of all chord pitches within the smallest possible interval.Diatonic indicates confinement to the pitches of the prevailing key without chromatic alteration.Answers in this exercise are limited to diatonic close root-position triads.1. Each of the notes below is the root of a triad.Draw a note a third above each root.1 2 3 4 2. Each of the notes below is the root of a triad.Draw a note a fifth above each root. 12 43 3. Each of the notes below is the root of a triad.Draw the third and fifth above each root to create close root-position triads.1 2 4. Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below.Add notes to create close root-position triads.1 5 root fifth 26 3 3fifth third7 root fifth 4 4 8 third thirdFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Major Triads I - A root-position major triad is composed of three notes stacked in thirds.The interval between the bottom two notes (root and third) is a major third (M3).The interval between the top two notes (third and fifth) is a minor third (m3).The interval between the bottom and top notes (root and fifth) is a perfect fifth (P5). P5 m3M3ExampleAnswers in this exercise are limited to close root-position major triads.1. Create close root-position major triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a M3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a P5 above the root (a m3 above the third).Example1 5 2 6 root thirdM33 7 fifthm3P5 4 8 2. Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below. Add notes to create close root-position major triads.1 5 third fifth2 6 third third3 fifth7 4 8 root root fifthFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Major Triads I - A root-position major triad is composed of three notes stacked in thirds.The interval between the bottom two notes (root and third) is a major third (M3).The interval between the top two notes (third and fifth) is a minor third (m3).The interval between the bottom and top notes (root and fifth) is a perfect fifth (P5). P5 m3M3ExampleAnswers in this exercise are limited to close root-position major triads.1. Create close root-position major triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a M3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a P5 above the root (a m3 above the third).Example 1 5 2 root 6 thirdM3 3 7 fifthm3P5 4 8 2. Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below. Add notes to create close root-position major triads. 1 2 third rootfifth5 3 6 fifth 4third 7 fifth fifth 8 thirdFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Major Triads I - A root-position major triad is composed of three notes stacked in thirds.The interval between the bottom two notes (root and third) is a major third (M3).The interval between the top two notes (third and fifth) is a minor third (m3).The interval between the bottom and top notes (root and fifth) is a perfect fifth (P5). P5 m3M3ExampleAnswers in this exercise are limited to close root-position major triads.1. Create close root-position major triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a M3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a P5 above the root (a m3 above the third).Example1 5 26 root thirdM3 3 7 fifthm3P54 8 2. Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below. Add notes to create close root-position major triads. 1 third5 fifth2 6 3third third 4fifth7 root root 8 fifthFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Major Triads II - Create close root-position major triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a M3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a P5 above the root (a m3 above the third).Example root thirdM3 fifthm3P51 5 9 132 610 14 7 4 8 12 1115 3 16Finale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Major Triads II - Create close root-position major triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a M3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a P5 above the root (a m3 above the third).Example root thirdM3 fifthm3P5 1 5 6 913 10 14 32 7 11 8 15 4 12 16Finale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Major Triads II - Create close root-position major triads using the provided notes as roots.Example root thirdM3 fifthm3P51 6 10 1459 13 2 3 8 711 15 12 4 16 Finale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Major Triads III - Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below. Add notes to create close root-position major triads.Example root thirdM3 fifthm3P51 5 third root 913 2fifth fifth 6 10 14 fifth third fifth 3 7root 11 fifth 15 fifth third third4 8 12 third third 16 root thirdFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Major Triads III - Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below. Add notes to create close root-position major triads.Example root thirdM3 fifthm3P5 1 5 third 9 13 fifth 10 third fifthfifth 3 14root 4fifthfifth6root 2 711 15third 8thirdfifththird third 12 16rootthirdFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Major Triads III - Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below. Add notes to create close root-position major triads.Example root thirdM3 fifthm3P51 5 fifth fifth 9 13 2fifth6 fifth third 10 fifthfifth 14 root3 4 third 7 third 8fifth1115third third root12 16 root thirdFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Minor Triads I - A root-position minor triad is composed of three notes stacked in thirds.The interval between the bottom two notes (root and third) is a minor third (m3).The interval between the top two notes (third and fifth) is a major third (M3).The interval between the bottom and top notes (root and fifth) is a perfect fifth (P5). P5M3m3Answers in this exercise are limited to close root-position minor triads.1. Create close root-position minor triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a m3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a P5 above the root (a M3 above the third).Example1 5 root 2 6 m3 third3 7 fifthM3P54 8 2. Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below. Add notes to create close root-position minor triads.1 5 third fifth2 6 root third3 7 fifth root4 8 root fifthFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Minor Triads I A root-position minor triad is composed of three notes stacked in thirds.The interval between the bottom two notes (root and third) is a minor third (m3).The interval between the top two notes (third and fifth) is a major third (M3).The interval between the bottom and top notes (root and fifth) is a perfect fifth (P5) P5 M3m3ExampleAnswers in this exercise are limited to close root-position minor triads.1. Create close root-position minor triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a m3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a P5 above the root (a M3 above the third).Example 1 5 root 2 6 m3 third fifthM33 4 87 P5 2. Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below. Add notes to create close root-position minor triads. 1 2 fifth thirdroot5 3 6 third 4fifth 7 third third 8 fifthFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Minor Triads I - A root-position minor triad is composed of three notes stacked in thirds.The interval between the bottom two notes (root and third) is a minor third (m3).The interval between the top two notes (third and fifth) is a major third (M3).The interval between the bottom and top notes (root and fifth) is a perfect fifth (P5). P5 M3m3ExampleAnswers in this exercise are limited to close root-position minor triads.1. Create close root-position minor triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a m3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a P5 above the root (a M3 above the third).Example1 5 root 26 m3 third 3 7 fifthM34P5 8 2. Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below. Add notes to create close root-position minor triads. 1 third 65 2 fifth 3root third 4fifth7 root 8 root fifthFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Minor Triads II - Create close root-position minor triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a m3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a P5 above the root (a M3 above the third).Example root thirdm3 fifthM3P51 5 9 132 610 14 7 4 8 12 1115 3 16Finale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Minor Triads II - Create close root-position minor triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a m3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a P5 above the root (a M3 above the third).Example root thirdm3 fifthM3P5 1 5 13 6 9 10 14 32 7 11 15 4 8 12 16Finale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Minor Triads II - Create close root-position minor triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a m3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a P5 above the root (a M3 above the third).Example root thirdm3 fifthM3P51 5 9 13 2 610 14 37 81115412 16Finale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Minor Triads III - Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below. Add notes to create close root-position minor triads.Example root thirdm3 fifthM3P51 5 9 13 third root fifth fifth2 6 10 14 fifth third fifth root3 7 fifth 11 15 fifth third third4 8 12 third third 16 root thirdFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Major Triads III - Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below. Add notes to create close root-position minor triads.Example root thirdm3 fifthM3P5 1 5 third 13 fifth 10 third fifthfifth 3 14root 4fifthfifth6root9 2 711 15third 8thirdfifththird third 12 16rootthirdFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Augmented Triads I - A root-position augmented triad is composed of three notes stacked in thirds.A5The interval between the bottom two notes (root and third) is a major third (M3).The interval between the top two notes (third and fifth) is also a minor third (M3).The interval between the bottom and top notes (root and fifth) is an augmented fifth (A5). M3M3ExampleAnswers in this exercise are limited to close root-position augmented triads.1. Create close root-position augmented triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a M3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note an A5 above the root (a M3 above the third).Example1 5 root thirdM332 6 M3 7 fifthA54 8 2. Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below.Add notes to create close root-position augmented triads.1 5 fifth fifth2 root6 root 3 7 third third4 8 third fifthFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Augmented Triads I - A root-position augmented triad is composed of three notes stacked in thirds.A5The interval between the bottom two notes (root and third) is a major third (M3).The interval between the top two notes (third and fifth) is also a minor third (M3).The interval between the bottom and top notes (root and fifth) is an augmented fifth (A5). M3M3ExampleAnswers in this exercise are limited to close root-position augmented triads.1. Create close root-position augmented triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a M3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note an A5 above the root (a M3 above the third).Example 1 5 root 2 6M3 3 7 third fifthM3 4 8 42. Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below.Add notes to create close root-position augmented triads. 1 2 third 3thirdfifth5 6 fifth root 7 thirdA5 fifth 8 thirdFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Augmented Triads I - A root-position augmented triad is composed of three notes stacked in thirds.A5The interval between the bottom two notes (root and third) is a major third (M3).The interval between the top two notes (third and fifth) is also a minor third (M3).The interval between the bottom and top notes (root and fifth) is an augmented fifth (A5). M3M3ExampleAnswers in this exercise are limited to close root-position augmented triads.1. Create close root-position augmented triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a M3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note an A5 above the root (a M3 above the third).Example1 5 2 6 root thirdM3 3 M3 7 fifth4A5 8 2. Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below.Add notes to create close root-position augmented triads. 1 root 5 fifth2 6 third third3 7 4fifth root root8 fifthFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Augmented Triads II - Create close root-position augmented triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a M3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a A5 above the root (a M3 above the third).Example root thirdM3 fifthM3 A51 56 9 13 3210 14 7 11 15 4 8 12 16 Finale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Augmented Triads II - Create close root-position augmented triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a M3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a A5 above the root (a M3 above the third).Example root thirdM3 fifthM3A5 1 2 5 9 13 6 10 14 3 7 11 15 4 8 12 16 Finale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Augmented Triads II - Create close root-position augmented triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a M3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a A5 above the root (a M3 above the third).Example root thirdM3 fifthM3 A51 59 13 2 63 7 10 11 14 15 48 12 16Finale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Augmented Triads III - Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below. Add notes to create close root-position augmented triads.Example root thirdM3 fifthM3 A51 5 root third9132 fifth third 3 fifth 6third 10root14 root 7 11 15 root root third fifth4 8 12 third third root16 rootFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Augmented Triads III - Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below. Add notes to create close root-position augmented triads.Example root thirdM3 fifthM3A5 1 5 third 13 fifth 10 third fifthfifth 3 14root 4 fifthfifth6root9 2 711 15third 8thirdfifththird third 12 16rootthirdFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Augmented Triads III - Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below. Add notes to create close root-position augmented triads.Example root thirdM3 fifthM3 A5 1 third 5 root9 13 fifth third2 fifth 610 third root 14root 3root7 11 15 root third fifth4 8 third 12 third root 16rootFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Diminished Triads I - A root-position diminished triad is composed of three notes stacked in thirds.d5The interval between the bottom two notes (root and third) is a minor third (m3).The interval between the top two notes (third and fifth) is also a minor third (m3).The interval between the bottom and top notes (root and fifth) is a diminished fifth (d5). m3m3ExampleAnswers in this exercise are limited to close root-position diminished triads.1. Create close root-position diminished triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a m3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a d5 above the root (a m3 above the third).Example1 5 2 6root m3 third3 7 2. Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below.Add notes to create close root-position diminished triads.1 5 fifth fifth2 6 third third 3 7 fifth root fifthm3d54 8 4 8 root fifthFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educational use only, provided each copy includes this copyright notice.Copies may not be sold or included in any materials offered for sale to the general public.

DateNameClose Root-Position Diminished Triads I - A root-position diminished triad is composed of three notes stacked in thirds. d5The interval between the bottom two notes (root and third) is a minor third (m3).The interval between the top two notes (third and fifth) is also a minor third (m3).The interval between the bottom and top notes (root and fifth) is a diminished fifth (d5).m3m3ExampleAnswers in this exercise are limited to close root-position diminished triads.1. Create close root-position diminished triads using the provided notes as roots.Create the third of the triad by adding a note a m3 above the root.Create the fifth of the triad by adding a note a d5 above the root (a m3 above the third).Example 1 5 2 6 root m3 third 3 7 fifthm3d54 8 2. Triad position is indicated for each of the notes below.Add notes to create close root-position diminished triads. 1 2 root rootfifth5 3 6 fifth 4third 7 thirdthird 8 fifthFinale Worksheets, Copyright 2009 by MakeMusic, Inc.MakeMusic grants permission to duplicate this worksheet for non-profit, educa

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