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Instructions Let’s Play! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Score 1 2 Your topic is “Composer” My Answer Ludwig van Beethoven was a deaf composer who bridged the Classical and Romantic music eras. Next Question Ludwig van Beethoven The topic is “Rhythmic Value” My Answer In any time signature with the number ‘4’ at the bottom, the quarter note gets the beat. Next Question Quarter Note The topic is “Interval” My Answer A major third consists of four half steps and sounds like the solfege ‘do’ to ‘mi’ or ‘mi’ to ‘do’ Next Question Major Third The topic is “Instrument” My Answer A piano is made up of 88 keys and is a member of the percussion family. Next Question Piano The topic is “Percussion” My Answer A drum stick can be any type of stick used to play a battered instrument. Next Question Drum Stick The topic is “Opera” My Answer A comedic opera written by Mozart; it was one of his most successful works. Next Question Marriage of Figaro The topic is “Dynamics” My Answer A dynamic marking meaning “loud”; it is preceded by ‘mezzo forte’ and followed by ‘fortissimo’. Next Question Forte The topic is “Articulation” My Answer A term meaning “separated” or “disconnected” Next Question Staccato Oh no! You’ve gone Bankrupt! Next Question The topic is “Musical Styles” My Answer Rondo means “round,” therefore it repeats back to the beginning over and over in the pattern “a-b-a-c-a” Next Question Rondo Form The topic is “20th Century Composer” My Answer A Romanian composer who wrote a large series of piano pieces called ‘Mikrokosmos.’ Next Question Bartok Oh no! You’ve Lost a Turn! Next Question The topic is “Ensembles” My Answer A quartet is an ensemble consisting of four members performing on any four instruments. Next Question Quartet The topic is “Success” My Answer You must practice in order to be successful on your instrument. Remember to keep in mind: “Practice makes perfect!” Next Question Practice How to play Wheel of Knowledge 1. Divide the group up into two teams. Assign one group to be Team 1, the other will be Team 2. Have each team choose a spokesperson. 2. Begin the PowerPoint and review the rules. 3. Have the spokesperson from one team choose a question. 4. Click on that number. Read the question and have the group guess the letters in the answer. If the group continues to guess correct answers, they may choose to state the entire answer to the question. If the group guesses an incorrect answer, the next team takes a guess. 5. Read the answer displayed on the next slide. Click on the button to move back to the board. 6. If the answer given was correct, type the correct number of points in the score box. 7. Continue to play until all questions have been answered. The team with the most points wins. Let’s Play!