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1 A How many lines on a staff? 5

1 A How many lines on a staff? 5

1 B How many spaces on a musical staff? 4

1 B How many spaces on a musical staff? 4

1 C What is the name of the graph that musical notes are written

1 C What is the name of the graph that musical notes are written on? Staff

2 A What clef do the flutes, clarinets, saxes, trumpets, and bells use? Treble

2 A What clef do the flutes, clarinets, saxes, trumpets, and bells use? Treble Clef

2 B What are the note names on the spaces of a treble clef

2 B What are the note names on the spaces of a treble clef staff? F, A, C, E

2 C What are the note names on the lines of a treble clef

2 C What are the note names on the lines of a treble clef staff? E, G, B, D, F

3 A What is another name for the bass clef? “ F clef” (the

3 A What is another name for the bass clef? “ F clef” (the two dots surround the F note)

3 B What are the note names of the lines on a bass clef

3 B What are the note names of the lines on a bass clef staff? G, B, D, F, A

3 C What are the names of the notes on the spaces of the

3 C What are the names of the notes on the spaces of the bass clef staff? A, C, E, G

4 A What are leger lines? Small lines above or below the staff

4 A What are leger lines? Small lines above or below the staff

4 B Name this note in the treble clef? A

4 B Name this note in the treble clef? A

4 C Name this note in the bass clef. D

4 C Name this note in the bass clef. D

5 A What is the term for the lines that divide our music into

5 A What is the term for the lines that divide our music into measures? Bar lines

5 B What is between two bar lines? Measure

5 B What is between two bar lines? Measure

5 C Small section of music that has full number of counts in it.

5 C Small section of music that has full number of counts in it. Measure

6 A What does a double bar line indicate? End of a piece or

6 A What does a double bar line indicate? End of a piece or section.

6 B What is this symbol? Double bar line

6 B What is this symbol? Double bar line

6 C Draw a double bar line.

6 C Draw a double bar line.

7 A What does the top number of a time signature tell you? How

7 A What does the top number of a time signature tell you? How many counts per measure.

7 B What does the bottom number of the time signature tell you? It

7 B 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.

7 C Define the time signature Three counts in each measure and a quarter

7 C Define the time signature Three counts in each measure and a quarter note gets one beat (whole note gets 4 beats)

8 A How many beats does a quarter note and a quarter rest get

8 A How many beats does a quarter note and a quarter rest get in 4/4 time signature? One

8 B How many eight note can fit in the same time as a

8 B How many eight note can fit in the same time as a half note? Four

8 C How many quarter rests could fit into this rest? Two

8 C How many quarter rests could fit into this rest? Two

9 A What are these signs? Repeat Signs

9 A What are these signs? Repeat Signs

9 B What do repeat signs mean? Repeat the section between the signs once.

9 B What do repeat signs mean? Repeat the section between the signs once.

9 C Where do you go if there is only on repeat sign? To

9 C Where do you go if there is only on repeat sign? To the beginning

10 A The breath mark can indicate the end what? Phrase or musical sentence

10 A The breath mark can indicate the end what? Phrase or musical sentence

10 B What is this symbol? Breath Mark

10 B What is this symbol? Breath Mark

10 C What is diaphragmatic breathing? Taking a full breath pushing your diaphragm out

10 C What is diaphragmatic breathing? Taking a full breath pushing your diaphragm out to breath in and pushing the diaphragm in to breath out.

11 A What is a sharp? It is a symbol that raises the note

11 A What is a sharp? It is a symbol that raises the note ½ step and is in effect for an entire measure. #

11 B Describe what the flat does to a note. It lowers the pitch

11 B Describe what the flat does to a note. It lowers the pitch by ½ step and is in effect for the whole measure.

11 C Describe a natural. Cancels a flat or sharp and remains in effect

11 C Describe a natural. Cancels a flat or sharp and remains in effect for the entire measure.

12 A What is a beam? Two or more eighth or sixteenth notes are

12 A 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.

12 B What is this called? Beam

12 B What is this called? Beam

12 C What is the difference between these eighth notes? The second group is

12 C What is the difference between these eighth notes? The second group is beamed

13 A Define dynamics. Volume of the music, use great tone at all dynamic

13 A Define dynamics. Volume of the music, use great tone at all dynamic levels.

13 B What is the difference between forte and piano? Forte means strong and

13 B What is the difference between forte and piano? Forte means strong and piano means soft.

13 C What is this symbol and what do you do? Crescendo – gradually

13 C What is this symbol and what do you do? Crescendo – gradually get louder

14 A What is this musical symbol? Fermata – hold the note or rest

14 A What is this musical symbol? Fermata – hold the note or rest longer.

14 B This is a fermata it means to hold the note. What is

14 B This is a fermata it means to hold the note. What is the second meaning? Watch the conductor.

14 C How long do you hold a fermata? Until the conductor cuts the

14 C How long do you hold a fermata? Until the conductor cuts the band off or about twice as long if you practicing at home.

15 A Define Allegro. Fast tempo

15 A Define Allegro. Fast tempo

15 B Define Moderato. Medium tempo

15 B Define Moderato. Medium tempo

15 C Define Andante. Slow tempo.

15 C Define Andante. Slow tempo.

16 A What information does the key signature give you? What notes are sharp

16 A What information does the key signature give you? What notes are sharp or flat for the entire piece.

16 B Where is the key signature located? Between the clef and the time

16 B Where is the key signature located? Between the clef and the time signature.

16 C How many sharps in the key of C Major? None – no

16 C How many sharps in the key of C Major? None – no sharps or flats

17 A How many counts is this note? 3

17 A How many counts is this note? 3

17 B What does the dot beside a note do to it mathematically? Adds

17 B What does the dot beside a note do to it mathematically? Adds half of the value to the note

17 C How many counts would a dotted whole note get? 6

17 C How many counts would a dotted whole note get? 6

18 A What is a musical phrase? A musical sentence, usually 4 measures.

18 A What is a musical phrase? A musical sentence, usually 4 measures.

18 B Generally, how long is a phrase? 4 measures

18 B Generally, how long is a phrase? 4 measures

18 C What event signifies the start or end of a phrase? Breath mark

18 C What event signifies the start or end of a phrase? Breath mark

19 A What is a multi measure rest? The number above the rest indicates

19 A What is a multi measure rest? The number above the rest indicates how many measures of rest.

19 B How would you count this rest in 2/4 time? 1, 2, 2,

19 B How would you count this rest in 2/4 time? 1, 2, 2, 2, 3, 2, 4, 2, 5, 2, 6, 2, 7, 2

19 C How do you keep track of measures during long multi measure rests?

19 C How do you keep track of measures during long multi measure rests? Use your fingertips

20 A Define interval. The distance between two notes.

20 A Define interval. The distance between two notes.

20 B What is the distance between these notes? 5 th

20 B What is the distance between these notes? 5 th

20 C What is this interval? Type answer here

20 C What is this interval? Type answer here

21 A What is a curved line that connects notes of the same pitch?

21 A What is a curved line that connects notes of the same pitch? Tie

21 B Does an accidental get tied or does the tied note change over

21 B Does an accidental get tied or does the tied note change over a bar line? The accidental is carried over with the tie.

21 C What is the difference between a tie and slur? A tie must

21 C What is the difference between a tie and slur? A tie must be the same pitch, a slur involved different pitches.

22 A What is a curved line that connects notes of different pitches? Slur

22 A What is a curved line that connects notes of different pitches? Slur

22 B Which notes to you tongue in a slur. Only the first note.

22 B Which notes to you tongue in a slur. Only the first note.

22 C How do trombones slur? They use a legato or smooth tongue (doo)

22 C How do trombones slur? They use a legato or smooth tongue (doo) along with quick arm movement to give the impression of joined notes.

23 A What symbol is this? accent

23 A What symbol is this? accent

23 B Define accent. musical symbol meaning to emphasize the note.

23 B Define accent. musical symbol meaning to emphasize the note.

23 C Draw and accent >

23 C Draw and accent >

24 A When performing 1 st and 2 nd ending, after the repeated section

24 A When performing 1 st and 2 nd ending, after the repeated section it is important to. . . Skip over the 1 st ending.

24 B Where do you repeat back to at the end of a 1

24 B Where do you repeat back to at the end of a 1 st ending To the opposite repeat sign or to the beginning.

24 C Define 1 st and 2 nd endings Play through the 1 st

24 C Define 1 st and 2 nd endings Play through the 1 st ending then the repeated section, skipping the 1 st ending and play the 2 nd ending.

25 A What does the musical symbol D. C. mean. Da Capo, the head

25 A What does the musical symbol D. C. mean. Da Capo, the head or the beginning of the music.

25 B What does the musical term fine (fee-nay) mean. It means the finish

25 B What does the musical term fine (fee-nay) mean. It means the finish or the end.

25 C Define D. C. al fine. Repeat back to he beginning of the

25 C Define D. C. al fine. Repeat back to he beginning of the music and play until the fine marking

26 A What is a scale. A sequence of notes up or down like

26 A What is a scale. A sequence of notes up or down like a musical ladder.

26 B How many different pitches are there in a major scale. 8

26 B How many different pitches are there in a major scale. 8

26 C What is the interval between the 1 st and last note of

26 C What is the interval between the 1 st and last note of a major scale. An octave

27 A What is a chord? Two or more notes are played together.

27 A What is a chord? Two or more notes are played together.

27 B What is an arpeggio? A broken chord, when notes of a chord

27 B What is an arpeggio? A broken chord, when notes of a chord are played individually.

27 C How do you build a major chord. From the 1 st, 3

27 C How do you build a major chord. From the 1 st, 3 rd and 5 th notes of a major scale.

28 A What is are pick up notes? One or more notes that come

28 A What is are pick up notes? One or more notes that come before the first full measure of music.

28 B What happens to the last measure if there is a pick up

28 B What happens to the last measure if there is a pick up note? The counts from the pick up are subtracted from the last measure.

28 C If the last measure had three beats how long is the pick

28 C If the last measure had three beats how long is the pick up. One beat. It could be one quarter note, two eight notes, four sixteenth notes or any combination of one beat.

29 A Define Duet A composition with two different parts, played together.

29 A Define Duet A composition with two different parts, played together.

29 B How many different parts in a duet. Two

29 B How many different parts in a duet. Two

29 C Can a large ensemble perform a duet? Yes, they will need to

29 C Can a large ensemble perform a duet? Yes, they will need to division into two parts.

30 A Two or more notes played together, each combination forms a chord Harmony

30 A Two or more notes played together, each combination forms a chord Harmony

30 B When notes accompany the melody with other notes from the chord. Harmony

30 B When notes accompany the melody with other notes from the chord. Harmony

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31 A What is a “soli” A section or group solo or feature

31 A What is a “soli” A section or group solo or feature

31 B How is soli different than solo. A solo is only one person

31 B How is soli different than solo. A solo is only one person and a soli is a group.

31 C How many people play the solo part. One person

31 C How many people play the solo part. One person

32 A What is a musical form featuring a primary melody followed by alternate

32 A What is a musical form featuring a primary melody followed by alternate version of this melody? Theme and Variation.

32 B What exercise in you book is an example of Theme and Variation?

32 B What exercise in you book is an example of Theme and Variation? #90 Variations on a Familiar Theme

32 C What is Theme and Variation? A musical form with a theme followed

32 C What is Theme and Variation? A musical form with a theme followed by altered versions of theme.

33 A What is the beat? The pulse of the music.

33 A What is the beat? The pulse of the music.

33 B When tapping you foot to the beat, where is your foot on

33 B When tapping you foot to the beat, where is your foot on each number and on each &. Foot is down on each number and up on each &.

33 C Is it more important to tap your foot to a steady beat

33 C Is it more important to tap your foot to a steady beat or to tap your foot to the rhythm Always tap your foot to a steady beat not the rhythm.

34 A What is articulation? The way in which one attacks or tongues the

34 A What is articulation? The way in which one attacks or tongues the note.

34 B List some different articulations. Accent, tenuto, marcato, staccato,

34 B List some different articulations. Accent, tenuto, marcato, staccato,

34 C What happens inside your mouth when you tongue. Your tongue moves to

34 C What happens inside your mouth when you tongue. Your tongue moves to the top of your mouth behind your teeth or on the reed and separates your air into different rhythms

35 A Why is proper posture important. It allows the air to support the

35 A Why is proper posture important. It allows the air to support the sound and move through your instrument properly.

35 B What are four components to proper posture. 1. Sit at edge of

35 B What are four components to proper posture. 1. Sit at edge of chair 2. Spine straight and tall 3. Shoulders back and relaxed 4. Feet flat on the floor

35 C True or False. At times our instrument may require use to adjust

35 C True or False. At times our instrument may require use to adjust our posture. False, our instrument should be brought to our proper posture.

36 A What type of breathing to we use to play our instruments. Diaphragmatic

36 A What type of breathing to we use to play our instruments. Diaphragmatic Breathing

36 B What is diaphragmatic breathing? Using your diaphragm to control your air.

36 B What is diaphragmatic breathing? Using your diaphragm to control your air.

36 C True or False, when using diaphragmatic your stomach should go in when

36 C True or False, when using diaphragmatic your stomach should go in when you breath in deeply. False. Your diaphragm should push your stomach out as you breath in to fill the lower lungs

37 A If your pitch is constantly too low, you need to tighten your

37 A If your pitch is constantly too low, you need to tighten your ________ Embouchure

37 B What is an embouchure. The formation of your face and mouth to

37 B What is an embouchure. The formation of your face and mouth to play your instrument.

37 C The formation of your mouth and face to play your instrument is

37 C The formation of your mouth and face to play your instrument is called. The embouchure

38 A When we have blowing contest for who can play concert Bb for

38 A When we have blowing contest for who can play concert Bb for the longest. This is an example of a ____ Long Tone

38 B To improve our tone we practice these for a long time. Long

38 B To improve our tone we practice these for a long time. Long Tones

38 C What do we call the exercise of playing a note for a

38 C What do we call the exercise of playing a note for a long time with a steady sound. Long Tones

39 A Using our best posture and airstream help us to produce our best

39 A Using our best posture and airstream help us to produce our best ____. Tone

39 B Always try to produce your best ______ on your instrument. Tone

39 B Always try to produce your best ______ on your instrument. Tone

39 C What is the term for the sound that you produce on your

39 C What is the term for the sound that you produce on your instrument? Tone

40 A What nationality is Mozart. Austian

40 A What nationality is Mozart. Austian

40 B Name a piece by Mozart. Twinkle, Twinkle

40 B Name a piece by Mozart. Twinkle, Twinkle

40 C What is Mozart’s middle name? Amadeus

40 C What is Mozart’s middle name? Amadeus

41 A What years did Rossini live. 1792 -1868

41 A What years did Rossini live. 1792 -1868

41 B What country was Giacchino Rossini from? Italy

41 B What country was Giacchino Rossini from? Italy

41 C Name a famous piece by Rossini. William Tell Overture

41 C Name a famous piece by Rossini. William Tell Overture

42 A What years did Grieg live? 1843 -1907

42 A What years did Grieg live? 1843 -1907

42 B What nationality was Grieg. Norwegian

42 B What nationality was Grieg. Norwegian

42 C Name a piece by Edvard Grieg. Peer Gynt Suite

42 C Name a piece by Edvard Grieg. Peer Gynt Suite

43 A Who composed “Morning” from Peer Gynt Suite? Edward Grieg

43 A Who composed “Morning” from Peer Gynt Suite? Edward Grieg

43 B What years did Bach live. 1686 -1750

43 B What years did Bach live. 1686 -1750

43 C What county was Bach from? Germany

43 C What county was Bach from? Germany

44 A What years did Franz Peter Schubert live. 1979 -1828

44 A What years did Franz Peter Schubert live. 1979 -1828

44 B Where was Franz Schubert from. Austria

44 B Where was Franz Schubert from. Austria

44 C Name a piece by Franz Schubert. March Millitaire

44 C Name a piece by Franz Schubert. March Millitaire

45 A How many symphonies did “Papa” Haydn compose? 104

45 A How many symphonies did “Papa” Haydn compose? 104

45 B Name a piece composed by Haydn. Symphony 94 The Surprise Symphony

45 B Name a piece composed by Haydn. Symphony 94 The Surprise Symphony

45 C What county is Franz Josef Haydn from? Austria

45 C What county is Franz Josef Haydn from? Austria

46 A How many symphonies didi Beethoven compose. piece by Beethoven. 9

46 A How many symphonies didi Beethoven compose. piece by Beethoven. 9

46 B What years did Beethoven live? 1770 - 1827

46 B What years did Beethoven live? 1770 - 1827

46 C What country is Beethoven from. Germany

46 C What country is Beethoven from. Germany

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