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Unformatted text preview: MULIT 1003' TEST NUMBER ONE - A Page 1. Fall, 2007 Instructor: Henry Rankles 1 , Music can be defined as a. sounds produced by musical instruments. b. sounds that are pleasing, as opposed to noise. Q an art based on the organization of sounds in time. a system of symbols that performers learn to read, 2. The four main properties of musical sounds are pitch, dynamics, tone color and tion b. rhythm c. melody d. medium 3. The relative hi ss or lowness of a tone is called a. timbre pitch c. dynamics d. octave 4. The pitch of a sound is decided a. amplitude b. timbre a l the of its vibrations. uency d. dynamics 5.jjlJsdefm edas a. degrees of loudness or softness in music. b. the quality that distinguishes musical sounds. the relative highness or lowness we hear in sound. d. leaning on a musical note. .,.:__ H-1,167--s he"---tr- o a sonnets decidedly theC :fitauency-of Its vibrations_ a. dynamics Ejj. itch c. timbre d. amplitude 7. The frequency of vibrations is measured in a. cycles per minute c. dynamic levels cycles per second d. Italian words 8. general, the smaller the vibrating element, the its pitch. 6, igher b. softer c. lower , d. louder . 9. Hildegard of Bingen was a. the first woman composer to leave a large number of works that have survived b. abbess of the convent at Rupatsburg . a visionary and mystic active in religious and diplomatic affairs all of the above. 10. A tone in music is a sound that a is pleasing to the ear b. is produced by irregular vibrations c. has an indefinite pitch has a definite pitch I . The distance in pitch between any two tones is calied) a. duration b. dynamic accent c. timbre friPan interval 12. If a pitch vibratcs t 880 cycles p/s, the octave below would vibrate at cycles....
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