Test your music theory!!

We are going to see how well you did in your music theory classes. Did you pay attention?
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Woodwinds are which instruments?
  • Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn, Guitar
  • Saxophone, Flute, Bass Clarinet, Oboe
  • Keyboards, Trombone, Bass Guitar, Cymbals
  • Timpani, Cowbell, Trumpet, Piccolo
  • 2
    What is an interval?
  • When you stop to breathe.
  • Each line is an interval.
  • The spacing between two notes.
  • The spacing between two instruments.
  • 3
    How do the Whole Tone Scales differ from the other scales?
  • They only have 6 tones.
  • They have more notes.
  • They do not differ from other scales.
  • The spacing is different.
  • 4
    Explain enharmonic keys.
  • Keys that sound the same on each instrument.
  • They are written differently, but sound the same.
  • They are the black keys on the piano.
  • There is no such thing as enharmonic keys.
  • 5
    The term Adagio means
  • Very slow.
  • Moving, but with feeling.
  • Slow, leisurely.
  • Soft.
  • 6
    Pitches are known as what?
  • The numbers 1 - 7.
  • The first people to play,
  • The first 7 letters of the alpahbet.
  • None of the above.
  • 7
    What is not considered a flute?
  • Flute in C
  • Alto flute in G
  • Tenor flute
  • Bass flute
  • 8
    A Cappella is Italian for what?
  • A Solo.
  • In the presence of others.
  • Of the chapel.
  • A duet.
  • 9
    Examples of Dynamics would be?
  • Forte, Piano, Amoroso
  • Pianissimo, Collando, Dolce
  • Sforzando, Crescendo, Forte
  • Mezzo Forte, Vivace, Lento
  • 10
    What is a triad?
  • A group of three musical instruments.
  • Three chords being played together.
  • A group of three notes.
  • None of the above.
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