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MUSIC 105 Test 1 ONLINE MUS 105

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Test 1 answers Spring 16
Music Appreciation - Survey of Styles ONLINE
Dr. Catherine Roche-Wallace
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Exam I   1. Which group includes one instrument that does not belong w/others?­ (starts with violin….). 2. Pulling out all of the stops: organ. 3. Arpeggio: playing notes. 4. Polyphony: two or more independent melodic lines. 5. Trombone: brass. 6. Oboe: wood winds. 7. Clarinet: wood winds.  8. Waltz: triple meter.  9. Row, Row, Row your boat: imitative polyphony. 10. Volume: Amplit ude. 11. Double­Reed: oboe. 12. Sad songs: minor.  13. Viola: string. 14. Organizational structure of music: form. 15. Double brass: strings. 16. Meter is beats arranged into repeating patters of accented and unaccented beats. 17. French horn is a regular member of the wood wind quintet. TRUE. 18. Walking tempo: andante. 19. Matching: ascending/descending series of pitches = scale; central tone = tonic; relatively  stable = consonance; the combination of pitches = harmony; smooth melodic motion = conjunct;  a melody that moves = disjunct; the technique of playing = pizzicato; three or more notes =  chord; several pitches = melody; the word describes = dissonance. 20. John Blacking = humanly organized sounds. 21. Percussion instruments are not capable of playing exact instruments = FALSE. 22. The young person’s guide….=FALSE. 23. Measured duration of silence = rest. 24. Cymbal = percussion. 25. Process of changing keys = modulation. 26. Bassoon belongs to…= wood winds. 27. Rhythm = correct spelling. 28. A folk singer strumming on chords = homophonic.  29. The four properties of sound = pitch, duration, dynamics, tone color. 30. Which words tell a musician to play loudly = forte.  31. The scale made up of entirely half steps = ch romatic.  32. A scale with five notes = pentatonic.  33. Which instrument has strings to be plucked = harpsichord. 34. Tone color = timbre.  35. The harp belongs to the string category. 36. Timpani belongs to the percussion category. 37. The strings of the harpsichord are played…FALSE. 38. Correct instrumentation of string quartet = 2 violins, viola, and cello. 39. Which type of scale is frequently used in folk music = pentatonic.  40. Tuba belongs to the brass category. 41. Degree of loudness and softness = dynamics.  42. A rhythmic effect that results when a weak beat is accented = syncopation. 43. Which of the following letter diagrams best represents terinary form = ABA.    Listening Portion:   1. Example 1, question 1: the tempo of this example is best described as allegro.      2. Example 1, question 2: the texture of this example is best described as homophonic. 3. Example 1, question 3: this example begins in the major mode. 4. Example 1, question 4: the performing medium for this example is the string quartet. 5. Example 2, question 1: the performing medium for this example is Orchestra 6. Example 2, question 2: ABACA best represents the form of this example. 7. Example 3, question 1: the texture of this example is first homophonic, then polyphonic 8. Example 3, question 2: the composer of this work is Bizet


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