MUSICE
  • 1. A single bar line decides music into measures(also called bars) breaking up the paragraph into smaller, measurable groups of notes and rests.
A) End Double Bar line
B) Single Bar Line
C) Double Bar Line
D) Repeat Symbol
  • 2. A double bar line(or double bar) can consist of two single bar lines drawn close together, seperating two sections within a piece.
A) End Double Bar Line
B) Single Bar Line
C) Repeat Symbol
D) Double Bar line
  • 3. Bar line followed by a thicker bar line, indicates the end of piece or movement.
A) End Double Bar Line
B) Single Bar Line
C) Repeat Symbol
D) Double Bar Line
  • 4. In music, a repeat sign indicates a section should be repeated. if the piece has one repeat sign alone, then that means to repeat from the beginning, and then continue.
A) Single Bar Line
B) Double Bar Line
C) End Double Bar Line
D) Repeat Symbol
  • 5. Combination of BASS STAFF and the TREBLE STAFF when joined together by a BRACE.
A) Ledger Lines
B) Grand staff
C) Bass staff
D) Treble Staff
  • 6. The element of TIME" in music. When you tap your foot to the music, you are "keeping the beat" of the following the structural rhythm pulse of the music. (Ex. Slow , moderate, fast).
A) DYNAMICS
B) MELODY
C) TEMPO
D) RHYTHM
  • 7. The LINEAR/HORIZONTAL presentation of pitch (the word used to describe the highness or lowness of a musical sound). Many famous musical compositions have a memorable melody or theme.
A) MELODY
B) TEMPO
C) DYNAMICS
D) HARMONY
  • 8. The notes may go up and down in a smooth and connected manner or playing or singing.
A) Repetitive
B) Smooth Flowing
C) Downward
D) Upward
  • 9. The VERTICALIZATION of pitch. Often, harmony is thought of as the art of combining (unison/voicing) pitches into chords (several notes played simultaneously as a "block").
A) HARMONY
B) TEMPO
C) MELODY
D) DYNAMICS
  • 10. Refers to the number of individual musical lines (melodies) and the relationship these lines have to one another.
A) MELODY
B) TEMPO
C) TEXTURE
D) HARMONY
E) DYNAMICS
  • 11. Refers to musical pieces that have neither a major nor minor key all throughout the piece; this happens when flats and sharps randomly appear in certain measures except for its specific indication in the beginning key signature.
A) Undetermined Tonality
B) Minor Tonality
C) Monophonic music
D) Major Tonality
  • 12. Also known as minor key; a term used for the distinctions of minor interval and chords.
A) Major Tonality
B) Undetermined Tonality
C) Minor Tonality
D) Homophonic music
  • 13. The notes or tune flows in an ascending direction.
A) Repetitive
B) Downward
C) Smooth Flowing
D) Upward
  • 14. one to three tones interval.
A) Smooth Flowing
B) Narrow range
C) Wide range
D) Repetitive
  • 15. four or more tones interval.
A) Wide range
B) Repetitive
C) Narrow range
D) Smooth Flowing
  • 16. f f means very loud.
A) forte
B) fortissimo
C) pianissimo
D) ritardando
  • 17. f means loud.
A) fortissimo
B) ritardando
C) forte
D) pianissimo
  • 18. fast and spirited
A) andante
B) allegro
C) presto
D) vivace
  • 19. Brisk and lively.
A) vivace
B) lento
C) allegro
D) largo
  • 20. Very slow or stately.
A) largo
B) andante
C) lento
D) allegro
  • 21. Slowly, in an easy graceful manner
A) presto
B) allegro
C) andante
D) adagio
  • 22. Slow
A) vivace
B) adagio
C) lento
D) allegro
  • 23. Moderate
A) andante
B) vivace
C) allergo
D) largo
  • 24. At a rapid pace.
A) adagio
B) presto
C) largo
D) lento
  • 25. The overall structure or plan of a piece of music and it describes the layout of a composition as divided into sections.
A) Dynamics
B) Tempo
C) Texture
D) Form
  • 26. music-represented by a single melodic line.
A) Heterophonic music
B) Polyphonic music
C) Monophonic music
D) Homophonic music
  • 27. consists of a single melodic line (horizontal) supported at various points by chords (vertical).
A) Monophonic music
B) Polyphonic music
C) Homophonic music
D) Heterophonic music
  • 28. consists of two or more horizontal lines of individual designs.
A) Polyphonic music
B) Monophonic music
C) Heterophonic music
D) Homophonic music
  • 29. two or more performers produce essentially the same melody with slight modification in one Part mainly that of omission or addition of some notes.
A) Homophonic music
B) Polyphonic music
C) Heterophonic music
D) Monophonic music
  • 30. a aaa -same music all throughout.
A) Ternary form
B) Binary form
C) Variation form
D) Strophic form
  • 31. a' a" a -one type of music with very slight version.
A) Binary form
B) Variation form
C) Ternary form
D) Strophic form
  • 32. a a b b-part, repeat of; part; a repeat of aabb.
A) Variation form
B) Binary form
C) Strophic form
D) Ternary form
  • 33. a b a- part; part again
A) Ternary form
B) Strophic form
C) Variation form
D) Binary form
  • 34. The unique or peculiar quality of a tone as sounded by a given instrument or voice.
A) FORM
B) MELODY
C) TIMBRE OR TONE COLOR
D) TEXTURE
  • 35. vocal sounds produced by the "nasal cavities" of the face or the "nasal area"; voice resonates through the nose.
A) Head voice/falsetto
B) Chest tone
C) Guttural
D) Nasal
  • 36. light voice; less effort is exerted in singing.
A) Head voice/ falsetto
B) Chest tone
C) Nasal
D) Guttural
  • 37. similar to the "speaking voice"; throaty.
A) Nasal
B) Chest tone
C) Head voice/falsetto
D) Guttural
  • 38. characterized by a raspy sound or a "growl"
A) Chest tone
B) Nasal
C) Head voice/ falsetto
D) Guttural
  • 39. Which of the following is the first era of music?
A) Renaissance
B) Medieval time
C) Classical
D) Romantric
  • 40. Prehistoric men and women probably started making music as a way to imitate the sounds of ________. What is it?
A) Animals
B) Power
C) Instrument
D) Nature
  • 41. The modern musical notation is considered to be __________ work.
A) Elves Presley
B) Victor Hugo
C) Pope Gregory the Great
D) Guido d’Arezzo
  • 42. What music doesn't play an instrument to compose a tune, they rather use a piece of software or an electronic device to deliver?
A) Electronic music
B) Opera
C) Rock music
D) Jazz
  • 43. Who invented Gregorian Chant?
A) Ludwig van Beethoven
B) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
C) Louis Armstrong
D) Pope Gregory the Great
  • 44. Which of the following musical periods is a French word meaning "re-birth"?
A) Renaissance
B) Baroque
C) Classical
D) Medieval
  • 45. "The music is not in the notes, but in the silence between." Who stated this about music?
A) Ludwig Van Beethoven
B) Victor Hugo
C) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
D) Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • 46. It is defined as the vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion. What is it?
A) Sounds
B) Music
C) Instrument
D) Volume
  • 47. Who stated "Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy."?
A) Ludwig van Beethoven
B) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
C) Victor Hugo
D) Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • 48. Who stated “Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent."?
A) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
B) Victor Hugo
C) Ludwig Van Beethoven
D) Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • 49. How many Spaces are there in a staff?
A) 3
B) 4
C) 5
D) 6
  • 50. Which of the following is used to notate pitches below or above the regular lines and spaces of the staff?
A) Bar line
B) End line
C) Ledger lines
D) middle line
  • 51. What is the other term for Bass Clef?
A) f clef
B) G clef
C) A clef
D) D clef
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