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all the quizes - MUSIC 120 Final Review...

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Quiz 3 Question 1 of 25 The element of music that organizes movement in time is: A. rhythm B. melody C. form D. harmony Question 2 of 25 Melody and harmony function independently of one another. True False Question 3 of 25 According to your text, the musical element that makes the widest and most direct appeal is:
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Question 4 of 25 The distance between the highest and lowest tones of a melody is called
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Question 5 of 25 The distance between two different pitches is called Question 6 of 25 The resting place at the end of a phrase is called A. a pause B. a period
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C. a cadence D. a comma Question 7 of 25 Most music cultures share the concept of melody or musical line True False Question 8 of 25 Disjunct motion describes melodies that skip in disjointed intervals True False Question 9 of 25 The basic unit of rhythm that divides time into equal segments is called
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Question 10 of 25 In triple meter, the strongest pulse occurs on
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Question 11 of 25 The patriotic song America (“My country ’tis of thee”) is an example of Question 12 of 25 Syncopation is a rhythmic characteristic of American jazz True False Question 13 of 25 All world musics feature a strong regular pulse or beat True False
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Question 14 of 25 A combination of three or more tones that constitutes a single block of harmony is called A. a scale B. a chord C. an interval D. an octave Question 15 of 25 The principle of organization around a central tone is called
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Question 16 of 25 Should a composer write a film score to a horror movie, one might reasonably expect that the harmony would include a great deal of: Question 17 of 25 The use of a drone, or sustained tone underlying a melody, is used in some European folk musics
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True False Question 18 of 25 When two or more independent melodic lines are combined, the resulting texture is called
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