This bingo card has a free space and 24 words: Natural, harmonic, or melodic minor scale, An example of alberti bass or walking bass, An example of any compound interval, An example of sequential repetition, A song that goes from major to relative minor, An example of polyphony (canon, imitative or non-imitative), An example of hemiola, An example of contrary motion, Transpose your favorite melody to a new key, Compose a practice example for dictation in 6/8, An example of an interval inversion, A song that goes from major to parallel minor, A song that goes from minor to relative major, An example of exact repetition, An example of an anacrusis, An example of monophony or heterophony, A song using a chromatic, pentatonic, or whole tone scale, An example of melisma or syllabic vocal singing, An example of any simple interval, A song that goes from minor to parallel major, An example of parallel motion, Take a major melody and make it minor, An aural example featuring a solo instrument for us to guess timbre (not piano or voice) and An example of chordal homophony (homorhythm).

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