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Music Appreciation Name_________________________ Elements of Music Period________________________ Mr. Chen Extra Credit I 1. Every instrument is capable of playing different pitches. T F 2. Every instrument is capable of playing different rhythms. T F 3. Music can have no distinct melody as long as it has a rhythm. T F 4. A Flute is considered to be both a woodwind and brass instrument because it is made of brass. T F 5. All music in the world has at least one musical element. T F 6. A march that is counted in two would be in ________________ meter. 7. The opening of Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss has very bold _________________ because it starts out soft and then gets loud very quickly. 8. Groups of notes that are played to accompany the melody is called the ____________________. 9. Tchaikovsky blends many different instruments together in his fourth symphony to create different ___________________. 10. Early Gregorian chant generally has a monophonic __________________. Music Appreciation Name_________________________ Elements of Music Period________________________ Mr. Chen Extra Credit II 1. Every single instrument has a unique ____________________. 2. Music would be pretty boring without _____________________ because everything would have the same volume. 3. In Bach’s Little Fugue in G minor there was a total of four different voices, this makes the music _____________________. 4. Pitches that blend with a melody to create a more rich sound are called the _____________________. 5. A minuet often has two parts and each is repeated. This means that it is in ________________ form. 6. The bass provides a strong __________________ which keeps the rhythm going. 7. Fast pieces tend to have a fast ___________________. 8. Contemporary music is very __________________ because it has a lot of harsh sounding harmonies. 9. The chorale from Gustav Holst’s Jupiter has one of the most beautiful __________________. The pitches or notes are so simple yet they are able to touch the soul. 10. Shostakovich’s Waltz is counted in three which makes it in _______________________. Music Appreciation Name_________________________ Elements of Music Period________________________ Mr. Chen Extra Credit III 1. Rhythm is the basic unit of time in music. T F 2. A melody with conjunct motion usually does not skip around. T F 3. Timbre is the same thing as tone color T F 4. Polyphonic texture can also be homophonic T F 5. Strophic form can only represent vocal music. T F 6. Define Dissonant Harmony ________________________________________________________________________ 7. Define Texture in music ________________________________________________________________________ 8. What is the difference between homophonic and polyphonic textures? ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ 9. In Michael Jackson’s Beat It, there is a lot of _____________________ in the music because the rhythm is usually off beat. 10. If music is always loud, then there are limited ___________________. One could say that because of this, the music would lose its suspense and intensity. Music Appreciation Name_________________________ Elements of Music Period________________________ Mr. Chen Extra Credit IV 1. All woodwind instruments are made of wood. T F 2. All brass instruments are made of brass T F 3. The piccolo is very closely related to the flute T F 4. The cello is the largest of the string instruments T F 5. Generally the larger the instrument, the lower the pitch T F 6. All percussion instruments have no pitch T F 7. The opening of Also Sprach Zarathustra has a _______________________________ because there is only one instrument playing the melody by itself. 8. Music can be boring or empty without ______________________ because there is nothing accompanying the melody. 9. In ______________________ form, the A section comes back in the third section of the song. 10. The _____________________ of a note is how long the note lasts before it stops or changes.