1A How many lines on a staff? 5
1B How many spaces on a musical staff? 4
1C What is the name of the graph that musical notes are written on? Staff
2A What clef do the flutes, clarinets, saxes, trumpets, and bells use? Treble Clef
2B What are the note names on the spaces of a treble clef staff? F, A, C, E
2C What are the note names on the lines of a treble clef staff? E, G, B, D, F
3A What is another name for the bass clef? “ F clef” (the two dots surround the F note)
3B What are the note names of the lines on a bass clef staff? G, B, D, F, A
3C What are the names of the notes on the spaces of the bass clef staff? A, C, E, G
4A What are leger lines? Small lines above or below the staff
4B Name this note in the treble clef? A
4C Name this note in the bass clef. D
5A What is the term for the lines that divide our music into measures? Bar lines
5B What is between two bar lines? Measure
5C Small section of music that has full number of counts in it. Measure
6A What does a double bar line indicate? End of a piece or section.
6B What is this symbol? Double bar line
6C Draw a double bar line.
7A What does the top number of a time signature tell you? How many counts per measure.
7B What does the bottom number of the time signature tell you? It tells you what type of note gets one beat or how many counts a whole note gets.
7C Define the time signature Three counts in each measure and a quarter note gets one beat (whole note gets 4 beats)
8A How many beats does a quarter note and a quarter rest get in 4/4 time signature? One
8B How many eight note can fit in the same time as a half note? Four
8C How many quarter rests could fit into this rest? Two
9A What are these signs? Repeat Signs
9B What do repeat signs mean? Repeat the section between the signs once.
9C Where do you go if there is only on repeat sign? To the beginning
10A The breath mark can indicate the end what? Phrase or musical sentence
10B What is this symbol? Breath Mark
10C What is diaphragmatic breathing? Taking a full breath pushing your diaphragm out to breath in and pushing the diaphragm in to breath out.
11A What is a sharp? It is a symbol that raises the note ½ step and is in effect for an entire measure. #
11B Describe what the flat does to a note. It lowers the pitch by ½ step and is in effect for the whole measure.
11C Describe a natural. Cancels a flat or sharp and remains in effect for the entire measure.
12A What is a beam? Two or more eighth or sixteenth notes are joined with a beam or a line across the top or below the notes.
12B What is this called? Beam
12C What is the difference between these eighth notes? The second group is beamed
13A Define dynamics. Volume of the music, use great tone at all dynamic levels.
13B What is the difference between forte and piano? Forte means strong and piano means soft.
13C What is this symbol and what do you do? Crescendo – gradually get louder
14A What is this musical symbol? Fermata – hold the note or rest longer.
14B This is a fermata it means to hold the note. What is the second meaning? Watch the conductor.
14C How long do you hold a fermata? Until the conductor cuts the band off or about twice as long if you practicing at home.
15A Define Allegro. Fast tempo
15B Define Moderato. Medium tempo
15C Define Andante. Slow tempo.
16A What information does the key signature give you? What notes are sharp or flat for the entire piece.
16B Where is the key signature located? Between the clef and the time signature.
16C How many sharps in the key of C Major? None – no sharps or flats
17A How many counts is this note? 3