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  1. M1104 Music Appreciation Test 1

  2. Question 1 • Identify the instruments in the picture from the highest pitch to the lowest pitch. • Bass, violin, cello, viola • Viola, bass, cello, violin • Violin, viola, cello, bass • Cello, bass, viola, violin

  3. Question 2 • Identify the instrument in the picture. • Flute • Oboe • Clarinet • Bassoon

  4. Question 3 • Identify the instrument in the picture. • Horn • Trumpet • Trombone • Tuba

  5. Question 4 • Identify the instrument in the picture. • Timpani • Snare drum • Vibraphone • Bass drum

  6. Question 5 • Listen to the example and identify the family of the instrument playing. • Aerophone • Chordophone • Idiophone • Membranophone

  7. Question 6 • Listen to the example and identify the family of the instrument playing. • Aerophone • Chordophone • Idiophone • Membranophone

  8. Question 7 • Listen to the example and identify the family of the instrument playing. • Aerophone • Chordophone • Idiophone • Membranophone

  9. Question 8 • Listen to the example and identify the family of the instrument playing. • Aerophone • Chordophone • Idiophone • Membranophone

  10. Question 9 • Listen to the excerpt and identify the instrument playing the melodic line. • Flute • Bassoon • Horn • clarinet

  11. Question 10 • Listen to the excerpt and identify the instrument (voice range) singing. • Soprano • Alto • Tenor • Bass

  12. Question 11 • Listen to the excerpt and identify the instrument playing. • Alto voice • Flute • Violin • Soprano voice

  13. Question 12 • Watch and listen to this excerpt and identify the instrument playing. • Tuba • String bass • Bassoon • Bass voice

  14. Question 13 • Watch and listen to this excerpt and identify the instrument playing. • Violin • Viola • Cello • String Bass

  15. Question 14 • Watch and listen to this excerpt and identify the instrument playing. • Violin • Flute • Trumpet • Oboe

  16. Question 15 • Listen to this excerpt and identify the section of the orchestra playing. • Woodwinds • Brass • Percussion • Strings

  17. Question 16 • Listen to this excerpt and identify the section of the orchestra playing. • Woodwinds • Brass • Percussion • Strings

  18. Question 17 • Listen to this excerpt. The TEXTURE you are hearing is called: • Monophonic • Polyphonic • Homophonic • Heterophonic

  19. Question 18 • The term “a cappella” refers to choral music performed: • With organ accompaniment • With orchestral accompaniment • With piano accompaniment • Without any accompaniment

  20. Question 19 • Listen to this composition. Is it a cappella? • Yes • No

  21. Question 20 • What distinguishes chamber music from orchestral music? • The forms of the movements • The number of players to each part • The room in which the music is being performed • The number of movements in a work

  22. Question 21 • Listen to this excerpt. It is: • Orchestral music • Band music • Choral music • Chamber music

  23. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 22. The preservation of music without the help of written notation is called________________. • 1. oral tradition • 2. mental telepathy • 3. impossible • 4. Preservation method

  24. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 23. Hildegard of Bingen is known as_________. • 1. A mezzo-soprano • 2. The earliest-known woman composer • 3. The mother of the plainchant • 4. The creator of organum

  25. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 24. The single-line melodies of the music of the early Christian Church are known as______. • 1. Gregorian chant • 2. Plainchant • 3. Plainsong • 4. All of the above

  26. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 25. The earliest type of polyphony was_______. • 1. The round • 2. The fugue • 3. Plainchant • 4. Organum

  27. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 26. The___________portion of the Mass remains the same in every celebration of the service. • 1. Spoken • 2. Proper • 3. Ordinary • 4. Sung

  28. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 27. One of the earliest women composers of importance was_____________. • 1. Fanny Mendelssohn • 2. Janet Jackson • 3. Hildegard • 4. Barbara Strozzi

  29. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 28. The________________were Medieval entertainers who played instruments, sang and danced, juggled, and performed tricks. • 1. Jongleurs • 2. Minisingers • 3. Troubadours • 4. Meistersingers

  30. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 29. The vielle is a Medieval_________instrument. • 1. Evil • 2. Percussion • 3. String • 4. Wind

  31. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 30. The 14th century motet flowered in the hands of______________. • 1. Dufay • 2. Josquin • 3. Palestrina • 4. Leonin

  32. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 31. A fretted string instrument of the guitar family with a pear-shaped back is the__________. • 1. Sackbut • 2. Tromba marina • 3. Harpsichord • 4. Lute

  33. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 32. A Medieval “brass” instrument usually made from wood with fingerholes is called the______. • 1. Bassoon • 2. Cornetto • 3. Saxophone • 4. Shawm

  34. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 33. The sackbut is the Medieval ancestor of the modern__________. • 1. Trombone • 2. Tuba • 3. Horn • 4 Trumpet.

  35. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 34. The outstanding poet-composer of the French Ars Nova was____________. • 1. Monteverdi • 2. Perotin • 3. Machaut • 4. Philip of Burgundy

  36. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 35. Women _______(were or were not) allowed to take part in secular music performances in the Middle Ages. • 1. Were • 2. Were not

  37. QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages • 36. Printing and making gunpowder came from___. • 1. The Near East • 2. The Middle East • 3. The Far East • 4. Northern Europe

  38. QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance • 37. A vocal work without instrumental accompaniment is said to be performed______. • 1. A cappella • 2. Poorly • 3. In church • 4. With organ only

  39. QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance • 38. The fixed melody used as a basis for elaborate polyphonic writing in the Renaissance was called_________. • 1. The tune • 2. The old one • 3. The cantus Firmus • 4. The Ground Round

  40. QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance • 39. Native American music has been preserved largely through____________. • 1. Manuscripts • 2. The writings of Columbus • 3. Photographs • 4. Oral Tradition

  41. QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance • 40. The golden age of a cappella music was the______century. • 1. 13th • 2. 14th • 3. 15th • 4. 16th

  42. QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance • 41. Renaissance composers preferred_________meter. • 1. Duple • 2. Triple

  43. QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance • 42. The first section of the ordinary of the Mass is______. • 1. Gloria • 2. Kyrie • 3. Credo • 4. Sanctus

  44. QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance • 43. Who wrote the L’homme arme Mass? • 1. Monteverdi • 2. Palestrina • 3. Gesualdo • 4. Dufay

  45. QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance • 44. the L’homme arme Mass is based on______. • 1. A violin piece • 2. A popular piece • 3. A Gregorian Chant • 4. Organum

  46. QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance • 45. Josquin’s Ave Maria is an example of_______. • 1. A popular song • 2. A motet • 3. A Gigue • 4. A mass

  47. QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance • 46. Who is the composer of the Pope Marcellus Mass? • 1. Palestrina • 2. Monteverdi • 3. Josquin • 4. Dufay

  48. QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance • 47. Where was the first madrigal developed? • 1. In England • 2. In France • 3. In Germany • 4. In Italy

  49. QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance • 48. The St. Mark’s singing style was called________. • 1. Loud • 2. Polychoral • 3. Antiphonal • 4. Stereo