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M1104 Music Appreciation Test 1 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 Question 2 Identify the instrument in the picture.

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question 1
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
question 2
Question 2
  • Identify the instrument in the picture.
    • Flute
    • Oboe
    • Clarinet
    • Bassoon
question 3
Question 3
  • Identify the instrument in the picture.
    • Horn
    • Trumpet
    • Trombone
    • Tuba
question 4
Question 4
  • Identify the instrument in the picture.
    • Timpani
    • Snare drum
    • Vibraphone
    • Bass drum
question 5
Question 5
  • Listen to the example and identify the family of the instrument playing.
    • Aerophone
    • Chordophone
    • Idiophone
    • Membranophone
question 6
Question 6
  • Listen to the example and identify the family of the instrument playing.
    • Aerophone
    • Chordophone
    • Idiophone
    • Membranophone
question 7
Question 7
  • Listen to the example and identify the family of the instrument playing.
    • Aerophone
    • Chordophone
    • Idiophone
    • Membranophone
question 8
Question 8
  • Listen to the example and identify the family of the instrument playing.
    • Aerophone
    • Chordophone
    • Idiophone
    • Membranophone
question 9
Question 9
  • Listen to the excerpt and identify the instrument playing the melodic line.
    • Flute
    • Bassoon
    • Horn
    • clarinet
question 10
Question 10
  • Listen to the excerpt and identify the instrument (voice range) singing.
    • Soprano
    • Alto
    • Tenor
    • Bass
question 11
Question 11
  • Listen to the excerpt and identify the instrument playing.
    • Alto voice
    • Flute
    • Violin
    • Soprano voice
question 12
Question 12
  • Watch and listen to this excerpt and identify the instrument playing.
    • Tuba
    • String bass
    • Bassoon
    • Bass voice
question 13
Question 13
  • Watch and listen to this excerpt and identify the instrument playing.
    • Violin
    • Viola
    • Cello
    • String Bass
question 14
Question 14
  • Watch and listen to this excerpt and identify the instrument playing.
    • Violin
    • Flute
    • Trumpet
    • Oboe
question 15
Question 15
  • Listen to this excerpt and identify the section of the orchestra playing.
    • Woodwinds
    • Brass
    • Percussion
    • Strings
question 16
Question 16
  • Listen to this excerpt and identify the section of the orchestra playing.
    • Woodwinds
    • Brass
    • Percussion
    • Strings
question 17
Question 17
  • Listen to this excerpt. The TEXTURE you are hearing is called:
    • Monophonic
    • Polyphonic
    • Homophonic
    • Heterophonic
question 18
Question 18
  • The term “a cappella” refers to choral music performed:
    • With organ accompaniment
    • With orchestral accompaniment
    • With piano accompaniment
    • Without any accompaniment
question 19
Question 19
  • Listen to this composition. Is it a cappella?
    • Yes
    • No
question 20
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
question 21
Question 21
  • Listen to this excerpt. It is:
    • Orchestral music
    • Band music
    • Choral music
    • Chamber music
questions from the middle ages
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
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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
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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
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QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages
  • 25. The earliest type of polyphony was_______.
    • 1. The round
    • 2. The fugue
    • 3. Plainchant
    • 4. Organum
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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
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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
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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
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QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages
  • 29. The vielle is a Medieval_________instrument.
    • 1. Evil
    • 2. Percussion
    • 3. String
    • 4. Wind
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QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages
  • 30. The 14th century motet flowered in the hands of______________.
    • 1. Dufay
    • 2. Josquin
    • 3. Palestrina
    • 4. Leonin
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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
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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
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QUESTIONS FROM The Middle Ages
  • 33. The sackbut is the Medieval ancestor of the modern__________.
    • 1. Trombone
    • 2. Tuba
    • 3. Horn
    • 4 Trumpet.
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance
  • 40. The golden age of a cappella music was the______century.
    • 1. 13th
    • 2. 14th
    • 3. 15th
    • 4. 16th
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QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance
  • 41. Renaissance composers preferred_________meter.
    • 1. Duple
    • 2. Triple
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QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance
  • 42. The first section of the ordinary of the Mass is______.
    • 1. Gloria
    • 2. Kyrie
    • 3. Credo
    • 4. Sanctus
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QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance
  • 43. Who wrote the L’homme arme Mass?
    • 1. Monteverdi
    • 2. Palestrina
    • 3. Gesualdo
    • 4. Dufay
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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
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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
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QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance
  • 46. Who is the composer of the Pope Marcellus Mass?
    • 1. Palestrina
    • 2. Monteverdi
    • 3. Josquin
    • 4. Dufay
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QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance
  • 47. Where was the first madrigal developed?
    • 1. In England
    • 2. In France
    • 3. In Germany
    • 4. In Italy
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QUESTIONS FROM The Renaissance
  • 48. The St. Mark’s singing style was called________.
    • 1. Loud
    • 2. Polychoral
    • 3. Antiphonal
    • 4. Stereo