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Just let the game go, it will advance automatically. “Da rules of da game:”. 1. All teams work in order. 2. When a team gives an incorrect answer, the other teams may “steal” the points by answering correctly without penalty for an incorrect answer.

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Just let the game go, it will advance automatically


“Da rules of da game:”

  • 1. All teams work in order.

  • 2. When a team gives an incorrect answer, the other teams may “steal” the points by answering correctly without penalty for an incorrect answer.

  • 3. Daily doubles have a limit of 1000 points.

  • 4. Only the point person may answer a question they chose. HOWEVER, they may seek help from their group.

  • 5. Highest score at the end wins.


How to play…

  • First, choose your desired dollar amount and click it.

  • Then, click the blank blue screen.

  • You may have to click the daily doubles a third time.


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Musical Instruments

More Time Signatures

Bands and Performers

Musical Form

Musical Genres

More Rhythms

Rhythm

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This instrument family uses a reed to make sound.


The piano can be part on these two instrument families.


Trumpets are part of this instrument family. Even though King Tutankhamen had wooden ones in his burial chamber.


Violin, Cello, Guitar, Piano, Bass, Viola


This instruments family uses only air to create their sound.


In duple time signatures, all groups of notes equal this number


One eighth note equals this fraction of a beat.


Dots next to notes add this much to the note before it.


All rhythms in a measure must add up to this number in the time signature


Quarter Note

<,>,=

Dotted Eighth Sixteenth Group


This style of music is usually played be an orchestra or parts of the orchestra.


This type of music tells a story, has little or no speaking and is almost completely sung.


Although this style of music is considered to be all American, it really has its roots in the Caribbean and Africa.


Elvis is considered the father of this kind of music.


Rock and this other musical style share their roots in this other deep south style of music.


4/4 time signature has these in each measure.


The top number in time signatures for waltzes is always divisible by this number.


What is in each measure when you see the time signature 6/8


This time signature has 5 quarter notes per measure as heard in Andrew Lloyd Weber’s musical “Jesus Christ Superstar”


This is the other word for “pick up note(s)”. You get them when the notes in the first measure do not equal what’s in the time signature


This “pop” artist is known for her hits like “Firework and “Roar”.


Known as a classic rock band, the funk song “Another One Bites the Dust” is this band’s biggest hit selling over 7 million copies.


Gene Autry is this style of music’s performer even though his biggest hit was “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.”


He had hits like “Billy Jean,” “Thriller,” and “Beat it.”


This folk style singer wrote “This Land is Your Land,” “Roll On Columbia,” and “Frog Went a Courtin’.”


These have sets of words that usually change every time you repeat them.


When listening to music, this form is the easiest to hear.


This section of music usually does not change words every time you repeat them.


This form of music has two sections


“Row RowRow your Boat,” and “Abram Brown” are two examples of this form.


Answer Bank


Woodwinds


Percussion and Strings


The Brass Family


Stringed Instruments


Flutes and Whistles


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1/2


Dots add half of the value of the notes written directly before them


The Top Number


Quarter Note is

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Dotted Eighth Sixteenth Group


Classical Music


Opera


Rock or Rockabilly


Jazz


Country


4 Quarter Notes

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Measure


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(3/4,6/8,9/8,12/8)


Six Eighth Notes

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Measure


5/4


Anacrusis


Katy Perry


Queen


Country


Michael Jackson


Woodie Guthrie


Verse


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Refrain or Chorus


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Round


Correlating slides Questions hyperlinked to Answers

Question Slide # Hyperlinked to answer slide

Column Column 2 Column 3 Column Column 5 Column 6

5 hyper 36 10 hyper 41 15 hyper 46 20 hyper 51 25 hyper 56 30 hyper 61

6 hyper 37 11 hyper 42 16 hyper 47 21 hyper 52 26 hyper 57 31 hyper 62

7 hyper 38 12 hyper 43 17 hyper 48 22 hyper 53 27 hyper 58 32 hyper 63

8 hyper 39 13 hyper 44 18 hyper 49 23 hyper 54 28 hyper 59 33 hyper 64

9 hyper 40 14 hyper 45 19 hyper 50 24 hyper 55 29 hyper 60 34 hyper 65

* All answer slides hyperlink back to the game board which is slide #4.


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