ch_01 - CHAPTER 1 Music, Sound, and Time Multiple-Choice...

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Listen , Sixth Edition Copyright © 2008 by Bedford/St. Martin's C H A P T E R 1 Music, Sound, and Time Multiple-Choice Questions 2. Sound Vibrations, p. 7 A healthy human ear can hear from _________ to __________ cycles per second. a. 10; 20 b. 20; 20,000 c. 20; 440 d. 20; 440,000 3. Pitch (Frequency), p. 7 Frequency refers to: a. how often a pitch is b. sounded. b. how fast sounds are repeated or played. c. the loudness or quietness of a sound. d. the speed or rate of the vibrations. 4. Pitch (Frequency), p. 8 Pitch is the quality of: a. highness or lowness of a sound. b. loudness or softness of a sound. c. brightness or dullness of a sound. d. the speed of travel of sound waves. 7. Dynamics (Amplitude), p. 8 The musical term for the level of strength of a sound is: a. pitch. b. amplitude. c. duration. d. dynamics. 8. Dynamics (Amplitude), p. 8 In which language are dynamics generally described? a.
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