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Final Exam Sample - 1Music 10, Sample Final Exam YOU MUST...

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1 Music 10, Sample Final Exam YOU MUST COMPLETE THE EXAM ON A SCANTRON FORM 888-E WITH A PENCIL. If you do not have a Scantron form, points will be deducted, but you may take the exam by circling the answers on this xerox copy and writing the essays on paper we provide. Make sure that you have written your NAME and STUDENT ID# on your SCANTRON. Also indicate your DISCUSSION SECTION NUMBER in the box labeled “HOUR.” Part I: Listening-based Multiple Choice (1 point each) For each question, fill in the bubble on the Scantron next to the best answer . Listen carefully to the following musical selection before answering questions 1, 2, and 3 on your Scantron Form. It will be played twice. 1. The most likely composer of this selection is: A) Milton Babbitt B) Claude Debussy C) Duke Ellington D) Amy Beach 2. This selection might be associated with which of the following artistic trends: A) impressionism B) electronic music C) primitivism D) romanticism 3. Which of the following adjectives best describes this selection: A) tonal B) avant-garde C) bel canto D) melismatic Listen carefully to the following musical selection before answering questions 4, 5, 6, and 7 on your Scantron Form. It will be played twice. 4. The meter of this selection is: A) duple or quadruple meter B) triple meter 5. This is an example of: A) blues B) bebop C) ragtime D) Big Band (= Swing)
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6. The instrumentation is: A) brass, reed, and rhythm sections B) solo brass instruments C) symphony orchestra D) quintet made up of trumpet, trombone, clarinet, piano, and percussionist
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2011 for the course MUSIC 10 taught by Professor Levy during the Fall '09 term at UC Davis.

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Final Exam Sample - 1Music 10, Sample Final Exam YOU MUST...

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