E ast Asian Music. An Interactive Quiz. Instructions. Complete the question index. Choose a number from the Question Index. Choose the correct answer by clicking the letters. Repeat the question if your answer is wrong, proceed to the next question if your answer is correct. .
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East Asian Music
An Interactive Quiz
How is Chinese music described?
a. It is gentle and lyrical
b. It is slow in tempo and is very peaceful.
c. Influences the harmony of universe.
d. It is slow and melancholy.
Which of the following is one of China’s most popular instruments?
What meter is used in the Japanese song “Sakura”?
Which of the following does not belong in the group?
Which Korean music category is traditionally associated with the lower class?
How is the “Arirang” song classified?
a. Welcome song
b. Love song
c. Song for spring
d. Farewell song
What melody is used in the folk song “Mo Li Hua”?
Which Japanese instrument is the counterpart of the kayageum?
Which Japanese instrument is called the “dragon flute”?
Which of the following statements about
the changgo is correct?
a. It is a single headed drum whose tone is altered by squeezing its isles.
b. It is a Japanese drum that has become the central
Instrument of percussion ensemble.
c. It is large hanging barrel drum
d. An hour glass-shaped double headed drum made from animal skin.
It is a korean folk song used as a symbol of Korea and Korean culture.
It refers to the overall structure or plan of piece of music.
It is a two stringed plucked instrument made of bamboo.
What is the folk song of Japan?
It is a large hanging barrel drum.
It is a musical texture that consists of a single melodic line.
d. Pentatonic Scale
It is a musical scale or mode with five notes per octave.
It is a kind of music presented to audiences by skilled vocal singers and drummers.
It is a traditional Japanese folk song depicting spring, the season of cherry blossom.
It is Japanese transverse flute or fue that has a high-pitched sound.