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Exam 1 Questions

by: Julie Mendola

Exam 1 Questions Mus 22121

Julie Mendola
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Music as a world phenomenon
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Julie Mendola on Wednesday August 3, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Mus 22121 at Kent State University taught by in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 148 views. For similar materials see Music as a world phenomenon in Music at Kent State University.


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Date Created: 08/03/16
Exam 1 questions 1. _____ , _____ , and _____ are three primary sub-categories of areophones a. flutes, trumpets, brass b. flutes, reeds, recorders c. trumpets, reed, woodwinds d. trumpets, woodwinds, recorders e.flutes, reeds, trumpets 2. A(n) ______ pitch has a dominant frequency that is “singable” a. Semantic b. Centrophonic c. Definite d. Indefinite e. Determinant 3. Music is a universal language a. True b.False 4. _____ is defined as “simultaneous variations of a single line of music” a. homophony b. harmony c. melody d.heterophony e. monophony 5. A piano is an example of a _____ a.Zither b. Idiophone c. Harp d. Lute e. Lyre 6. Asserting that “Beethoven’s ninth symphony was the pinnacle of European art music performance in 1824” is an example of _____ a. Pedagogical approach b. Modernist scholarship c. Post-modernist scholarship d. Semiotic analysis e. Emic/etic interpretation 7. _____ music can best be defined as music that is learned formally with specialized training a. folk b. traditional c. popular d. ethnic e.classical 8.Determining the _____ of a music requires an interpretation and meaning in a given situation a. Relativism b. History c. Use d. Performance e.Function 9._____ is a research approach embraced by ethnomusicologists that encourages the acceptance of differing cultural perspectives a.Bi-musicality b.Ethnocentrism c. Anthropology d.Cultural relativism e.Positivism 10. _____ and _____ are two primary sub-categories of chordophones, as well as harps and lyres a.lutes, idiophones b. zithers, guitars c. lutes, zithers, lutes e. zithers, dulcimers 2


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