NES Music (504): Practice & Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1. When playing the piano, Melissa's left hand is focusing on the:

Question 2 2. The text underneath a staff of music is known as the:

Question 3 3. Roman numerals are often utilized in music. The Roman numeral IV indicates that:

Question 4 4. Before an opera begins, its orchestra plays a preview of some of the songs within the opera. This is known as:

Question 5 5. When two different meters are played within the same song, this is known as:

Question 6 6. Used in many commercials to help give a sense of excitement, this tempo ranges from 105 to 132 beats per minute and is known as:

Question 7 7. Which composer created music for the ballet Swan Lake and The Nutcracker?

Question 8 8. In a symphony, two musical themes are introduced. This is known as the:

Question 9 9. In which musical family does the saxophone belong?

Question 10 10. The distance that falls between two musical notes is known as:

Question 11 11. Pitches that all relate to a specific home tone are known as:

Question 12 12. This musical term indicates that one should play medium loud and is known as:

Question 13 13. For how many beats does a whole note last?

Question 14 14. Which term means to gradually increase in volume?

Question 15 15. These break music into appropriate measures:

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