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Instrument Jeopardy Questions on Orchestra Family Instruments
Brass Percussion Strings Woodwinds 10 pts 50pts 40pts 20pts 30pts 20pts 30pts
Brass 10 points Brass instruments are made of this.
Brass 20 points The type of mouth piece used by brass instruments.
Brass 30 points The name of the “buttons” used by a trumpet
Brass 40 points The item used to produce sound on a trombone.
Brass 50 points Name the four main instruments in the brass family.
Woodwinds 10 points The “buttons” on woodwind instruments are called
Woodwinds 20 points A clarinet uses this in the mouth piece to produce sound.
Woodwinds 30 points The reason this family got its name.
Woodwinds 40 points Name an instrument in this family that does not use a reed.
Woodwinds 50 points Name the type of reed is used in an oboe.
Strings 10 points This is where the cello is placed to be played.
Strings 20 points This is the reason the violin plays very high notes.
Strings 30 points This is the stick that is used to play the violin.
Strings 50 points This is the number of pedals that a harp has.
Strings 40 points This is the difference between a violin and a viola.
Percussion 10 points This is what you use to produce a sound on the snare drum.
Percussion 20 points This is used to produce sound on a bass drum.
Percussion 30 points This the way sound is produced in jingle bells.
Percussion 40 points The is the reason a piano is in this family.
Percussion 50 points This is the difference between a timpani and a bass drum.
Percussion 50 points (answer) The timpani are never played alone (2-4 each with a different pitch). The bass has only one pitch
Brass 10 points (answer) What is brass and another metal ie. nickel or silver?
Brass 20 points (answer) What is a cup mouthpiece?
Brass 30 points (answer) What are values?
Brass 40 points (answer) What is the slide?
Brass 50 points (answer) What are trumpet, French horn, trombone and tuba?
Woodwinds 10 points (answer) What are keys?
Woodwinds 20 points (answer) What is a reed?
Woodwinds 30 points (answer) What is they were made out of wood and use wind?
Woodwinds 40 points (answer) What is a flute or piccolo?
Woodwinds 50 points (answer) What is a double reed?
Strings 10 points (answer) What is between your legs?
Strings 20 points (answer) What is it is the smallest instrument?
Strings 30 points (answer) What is the bow?
Strings 40 points (answer) What is size? (the viola is larger and thicker)
Strings 50 points (answer) What is seven? (one for each note of the musical alphabet)
Percussion 10 points (answer) What is a drum stick?
Percussion 20 points (answer) What is a mallet?
Percussion 30 points (answer) What is shaking? (small ball inside hitting the sides)
Percussion 40 points (answer) What is hammers hitting the strings?
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