Unit 1 Test - Submitted by BOGART ALYSON(AKB5430 on 9:06:04 PM Points Awarded Points Missed Percentage 49.00 1.00 98.0 1 What are the four principal

Unit 1 Test - Submitted by BOGART ALYSON(AKB5430 on 9:06:04...

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1.What are the four principal instrument groups of the classical orchestra? A) strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussionB) brass, percussion, strings, and pianoC) piano, strings, woodwinds, and brassD) woodwinds, brass, piano, and percussion 2.J. S. Bach is one of the great composers of which stylistic era? 3.The "umbrella" term used to describe European art music of the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries: 4.Which fundamental element of music results whenever "two or more pitches sound at the same time"? 5."A succession of articulated durations" is a definition for which fundamental element of music? A) timbreB) intensityC) melodyD) rhythmSubmitted by BOGART, ALYSON (AKB5430) on 2/6/2016 9:06:04 PMPoints Awarded49.00Points Missed1.00Percentage98.0%Points Earned: 4. Which fundamental element of music results whenever "two or more pitches sound at the same time"?1.0/1.0Points Earned: 1.0/1.0 Points Earned: 5.
6."Tune" is another word for which fundamental element of music? 7.The key numbered "1" is what letter-name note? 8.The black key between the keys numbered "5" and "6" has two different possible names, which are: 9.The key numbered "7" is what letter-name note? A) BB) CC) FD) E10.Identify the two notes played on the keyboard as either a semitone or a whole tone: Points Earned: 1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0Points Earned:1.0/1.0 Points Earned: 1.0/1.0
11. Identify the two notes played on the keyboard as either a semitone or a whole tone: 12.

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