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Twenty Questions Music
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1. When a piece of music starts with one section, then has a different section, and then repeats the first, it is called: ABA
2. A flute is a member of which family? Woodwind
3. The four instrument families in the orchestra are: Woodwind, Brass, Percussion, & Strings
4. “Timbre” best describes: The unique sound of a voice or instrument.
5. The space notes of the treble clef staff are: F, A, C, E
6. The volume, or loudness and softness of a piece is called its: Dynamic Level.
7. What part of the music may move up, down, or stay the same? The melody.
8. The instrument family in which the sound is produced by shaking, scraping or striking: The percussion family.
9. When all voices are singing the same pitch at the same time, they are singing in: Unison
10. Ceremonial music is music created or performed for rituals or celebrations. An example of this would be: Patriotic, church, wedding, etc….
11. The musical term for soft is Piano
12. The top number of a time signature tells us: How many beats in a measure.
13. Music that is minor typically sounds: Sad, mysterious, dark or such.
14. The four string instruments in the orchestra. (Five, if you like!) Violin, viola, cello, double bass. (and harp)
15. Music that is major typically sounds: Happy, joyful, bright or such.
16. The musical term for loud is: Forte.
17. A piano is a keyboard instrument but is often classified in this other family. The percussion family.
18. The speed of the music’s beat. Tempo.
19. The form used in Native American music. No real form. There are sections which are signaled by honor beats on the drums.
20. The form used most often in music from West Africa. Call and Response.
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