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Unformatted text preview: GMUS 200: Music in General Culture JMUSpring 2011 J. Gibson Test I Description . This test (like all tests and quizzes in this class) will be entirely multiple choice, using scan forms. Please make sure you remember to bring a sharpened pencil. You may not use this sheet, or any other notes or materials, during your test. Your test will include a mixture of three main types of questions. Each of these is explained in detail below: I. GENERAL QUESTIONS These may be taken from any aspect of our class discussions and lectures, and from your reading assignments. Anything mentioned in class might appear on the test. Note : We have discussed in class some musical works not assigned for class. Although I will not ask you to identify these works by composer, title, etc., other types of questions about these works may appear on the test, provided that we covered the material in class discussions. Study suggestion : Assuming that you have been attentive in class and have been taking detailed notes, your most important studying will involve carefully reviewing your notes. Trading notes with a willing class member is also a good idea.class member is also a good idea....
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course GMUS 200 taught by Professor Musicingeneralculture during the Spring '08 term at James Madison University.
- Spring '08