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Music Review Assessment I. 1. Which of these is true about timbre? 10 1.Refers to loudness and softness of sound 2.Refers to the speed of the beat 3.Refers.

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1 Music Review Assessment I

2 1. Which of these is true about timbre? 10 1.Refers to loudness and softness of sound 2.Refers to the speed of the beat 3.Refers to instrument families 4.Refers to highness and lowness of sound

3 2.To which family does this instrument belong? 10 1.Brass 2.Woodwind 3.Percussion

4 3. To which family does this instrument belong? 10 1.Brass 2.Percussion 3.Woodwind

5 4.To which family does this instrument belong? 10 1.Brass 2.Percussion 3.Woodwind

6 5. To which family does this instrument belong? 10 1.Brass 2.Percussion 3.Woodwind

7 6. To which family does this instrument belong? 10 1.Brass 2.Percussion 3.Woodwind

8 7. To which family does this instrument belong? 10 1.Brass 2.Percussion 3.Woodwind

9 8. To which family does this instrument belong? 10 1.Brass 2.Percussion 3.Woodwind

10 9. To which family does this instrument belong? 10 1.Brass 2.Percussion 3.Woodwind

11 10. To which family does this instrument belong? 10 1.Brass 2.Percussion 3.Woodwind

12 11. Identify the following symbol. 1.Bar Lines 2.Double Bar 3.Measure 4.Staff

13 12. What are the names of the sections of the staff? 1.Bar Line 2.Double Bar 3.Measures 4.Staff

14 13. What are the vertical lines that divide the staff? 1.Bar Lines 2.Double Bar 3.Measure 4.Staff 10

15 14. What shows the end of a piece of music? 1.Bar Lines 2.Double Bar 3.Measure 4.Staff 10

16 15. What causes a musician to play a section of music again? 1.Bar Line 2.Measure 3.Repeat Sign 4.Staff :

17 16. Where does a player go when there is a repeat sign to the right of the measure? 1.The next measure 2.The previous measure 3.The beginning 4.The end

18 17. Which musical element is a combination of long notes and rests? 1.Dynamics 2.Meter 3.Rhythm 4.Tempo

19 18. What are music symbols for sound? 1.Bars 2.Measure 3.Notes 4.Rests 10

20 19. What are the musical symbols for silence? 1.Bars 2.Measures 3.Notes 4.Rests 10

21 20. What is the amount of time a note or rest lasts? 1.Beat 2.Duration 3.Rhythm 4.Tempo

22 21. Which of these receive two beats of sound in 4/4 time? :10

23 A half note receives 2 beats of sound in 4/4 time.

24 22. Which of the following receive 4 beats of sound in 4/4 time? :10

25 A whole note receives 4 beats of sound in 4/4 time.

26 23. Which of the following receives 1 beat of sound in 4/4 time?

27 A quarter note receives 1 beat of sound in 4/4 time.

28 24. Which of the following receive ½ beat each in 4/4 time?

29 An eighth note receives 1/2 beat of sound in 4/4 time. Two eighth notes beamed together equal one beat.

30 25. Which of the following receives one beat of silence in 4/4 time?

31 A Quarter Rest receives one beat of silence in 4/4 time.

32 25. Which of the following receive 2 beats of silence in 4/4 time?

33 A half rest receives 2 beats of silence in 4/4 time? 2.

34 27. Which of the following receive 4 beats of silence in 4/4 time? :10

35 A whole rest receives 4 beats of silence in 4/4 time. 2.

36 28. What is the purpose of the top number of the time signature? 1.It tells how long to hold each note 2.It tells which note receives one beat 3.It tells when to cut off 4.It tells how many beats are in each measure :10

37 29. Which is a time signature organized as four beats per measure and a quarter note gets one beat?

38 4/4 time (meter) signature 4.

39 30. Which musical element is the tune? 1.Dynamic 2.Harmony 3.Melody 4.Tempo 10

40 31. What is a short passage often consisting of 4 to 8 measures with a clear beginning and end? 10 1.Breath Mark 2.Melody 3.Phrase 4.Slur

41 32. How many phrases are in the following example?

42 33. In which direction does this melody move? 1.Up 2.Down 3.Same 10

43 34. In which direction does this melody move? 1.Up 2.Down 3.Same 10

44 35. In which direction does this melody move? :10 1.Up 2.Down 3.Same

45 36. Which best describes these two notes? 1.Leap 2.Skip 3.Unison 4.Step 10

46 37. Which best describes these two notes? 10 1.Step 2.Skip 3.Unison 4.Leap

47 38. Which best describes these two notes? 10 1.Step 2.Skip 3.Unison 4.Leap

48 39. Which of these is a symbol that raises a pitch ½ step? :10

49 A sharp raises a pitch ½ step. 1.

50 40. Which of these is a symbol that lowers a pitch ½ step?

51 A flat lowers a pitch ½ step. 1.

52 41. Which of these is a musical symbol that cancels a sharp or flat?

53 50.The following example means 10 1.Play through the 1 st ending to the repeat sign, then go back to the beginning. When repeating skip the 1 st ending and play the 2 nd. 2.Play through the 1 st ending to the repeat sign, then go back to the beginning. When repeating play the 1 st ending and then play the 2 nd. 3. Play through the 1st ending to the repeat sign, then go back to the beginning. When repeating skip the both the 1st and 2nd endings

54 51. Which of the following is a treble clef? :10

55 Is the treble clef symbol. 2.

56 52. Which of the following is the symbol for the bass clef? :10

57 Is the bass clef symbol. 1.

58 53. Which of the following is a repeat sign? :10

59 Is the repeat sign. 3.

60 54. Which of the following is the double bar? :10

61 Is the symbol for the double bar. 2.

62 54. Which of the following is the fermata? :10

63 Is the symbol for the fermata. 3.

64 Traditional Appalachian instruments are 10 1.Drum, rattle, thumb piano 2.Dulcimer, fiddle, banjo 3.Rattle, drum, flute 4.French horn, trumpet, trombone

65 The traditional Appalachian instrument that is not a bluegrass instrument is the 10 1.Banjo 2.Dulcimer 3.Guitar 4.Fiddle

66 One style of music used primarily by Appalachian children is 10 1.Game song 2.Patriotic song 3.Work song 4.Spiritual

67 For which reason was patriotic music most important during the Colonial American Period 10 1.To celebrate weddings 2.To express their independence 3.To help the colonists escape 4.To express religious beliefs

68 The influence of Europe on colonial music was very strong due to 10 1.Native Americans learning English ballads 2.Settlers creating new songs after arriving in the colonies 3.The movement of settlers from Europe to American

69 Much Colonial American is 10 1.Folk music 2.Classical music 3.Bluegrass music 4.Jazz music

70 Traditional Appalachian music was originally learned by listening to 10 1.CDs 2.Radio 3.Family 4.concerts

71 Why did Traditional Appalachian music stay the same for many years? 10 1.Because they lived in the South 2.Modern music was against their religion 3.New music was too hard to learn 4.The people were very isolated

72 In the Appalachian culture, what is the purpose when members of the community gather together to sing, dance and play Ceremonial 2.Artistic expression 3.Professional 4.Recreational

73 The violin is a member of the string family of the orchestra. What is this instrument called when it is used to play Appalachian music? 10 1.Violin 2.Viola 3.Fiddle 4.banjo

74 Which cultural group developed and introduced jazz to America? 10 1.Scottish 2.French 3.African 4.Japanese

75 The music of a Native American rain dance is an example of 10 1.Ceremonial 2.Recreational 3.Artistic Expression

76 What style of music would most likely use banjos, fiddles, mandolins and dulcimers? 10 1.Bluegrass 2.Classical 3.Jazz 4.Reggae

77 Which of the following is an example of monophonic texture? 10 1.A crowd singing “Happy Birthday” at a birthday party. 2.Three groups entering at different times as they sing the round “Frere Jacques” 3.A chorale 4.Two flutes performing a duet.

78 Which of the following is an example of polyphonic texture? 10 1.A crowd singing “Happy Birthday” at a birthday party 2.Three groups entering at different times singing the round “Frere Jacques” 3.A chorale 4.Two flutes performing a duet.

79 The Italian dynamic markings used to indicate very soft, loud and very loud are (respectively) 10 1.Forte, piano, pianissimo 2.Mezzo piano, forte, mezzo piano 3.Pianissimo, piano, forte 4.Pianissimo, forte, fortissimo

80 Which of the following contains an instrument that is not in the percussion family? 10 1.Maracas, rainstick, triangle 2.Drum, gong, cymbal 3.Guiro, tuba, tambourine 4.Timpani conga, bass drum

81 Which of the following represents the order of human voices from highest to lowest? 10 1.Soprano, tenor, bass, alto 2.Soprano, alto, bass, tenor 3.Soprano, bass, tenor, alto 4.Soprano, alto, tenor, bass

82 During what period in music history did artists and thinkers begin to renew the spirit of science, invention and the arts as Europe emerged from the oppression against freedom of thought? 10 1.Renaissance 2.Medieval 3.Romanticism

83 During which music history period were the arts completely controlled by the church? 10 1.Renaissance 2.Medieval 3.Romanticism

84 The banjo came to America with which cultural group? 1.European 2.African 3.Latin 10

85 African


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