exam 2 2002 - MUSIC 104 Examination 3 Spring 2002 LISTENING...

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Music 104/3/1 1 MUSIC 104 Examination 3 – Spring 2002 LISTENING QUESTIONS Questions 1-5 Choose from the following instruments the one that is the most predominant in each passage played: a) Electric Guitar b) Acoustic Guitar c) Hammond Organ d) Synthesizer e) Mellotron Questions 6-11 should be answered with one of the following: a) 12-Bar Blues b) AABA (usually 32-bar Pop) c) Neither of the above Questions 12-15 You will hear four (4) musical examples; match these with the appropriate description below: a) Same music, different words b) Same words, different music c) Same words, same music d) Different words, different music Question 16-20 The five Beatles tunes played should be placed in “release order” A. First Released B. Second Released C. Third Released D. Fourth Released E. Fifth Released PART II –– MATCHING In Questions 21-25 , match the following names with the role they played in Beatles history: A. Pete Best B. Stu Sutcliffe C. Brian Epstein D. George Martin E. Ed Sullivan 21. Host of a TV show which in 1964 brought the Beatles into millions of home. 22. The Beatles’ manager 23. An early bassist with the Beatles 24. The Beatles’ record producer 25. An early drummer with the Beatles
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Music 104/3/1 2 PART III objective questions (mostly!) For true use “A” for false use “B” 26. T/F According to the lecture, the three elements of a music review are: Color, Context, Criticism
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