ch_02 - CHAPTER 2 Rhythm and Pitch Multiple-Choice...

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Test Bank to Accompany Listen , Sixth Edition Copyright © 2008 by Bedford/St. Martin's C H A P T E R 2 Rhythm and Pitch Multiple-Choice Questions 2. Beat, p. 11 How is musical time measured? a. in decibels b. in cycles c. in beats d. in seconds 3. Beat, p. 11 Which is not an example of “beating time”? a. a conductor waving a hand b. a pianist playing an intricate, syncopated rhythm c. a drum major moving a baton up and down d. a listener tapping a foot 5. Accent, p. 12 An accent mark above or below a note tells the performer to: a. avoid playing that note any differently than the other notes. b. play that note a little longer than the other notes. c. play that note more strongly than the other notes. d. change tone color on that note. 6. Accent, p. 12 The musical term sforzando means: a. forced. b. loud. c. equal. d. high. 9. Meter, p. 12 The purpose of bar lines is to: a. show each beat. b. show accented beats. c. indicate specific arrangements of long and short notes. d. divide music into measures. 20. Tempo, p. 15 Which set of tempo markings is arranged in order from faster to slower? a. moderato, allegro, presto
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Test Bank to Accompany Listen , Sixth Edition Copyright © 2008 by Bedford/St. Martin's b. allegro, moderato, andante c. allegro, presto, andante d. largo, moderato, presto 21. Tempo, p. 15 Which term indicates the fastest tempo? a.
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