Music Lessons and Repairs
Introduction to Music Theory - Unit 01 Quiz
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Music is written on: _____________________.
a 4 line clef a 5 space staff a 5 line clef a 5 line staff a 4 line staff a 5 line measure a 5 line ledger
Enter all the letters of the musical alphabet in the box below.
The treble clef is also called the G clef. Choose which example correctly shows the note G.
Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example 4 Example 5 Example 6
In the text box below this example, enter the note shown. (Hint: It is also the other name of the bass clef!)
Enter the note here:
The following are examples of note value math. Choose which example is WRONG.
Identify the rests in these 4 examples by entering their name (not the number of beats):
In general terms, explain what a dot means next to a note or rest (as shown in the following examples):
Type explanation here:
Select ALL of the time signature examples that do NOT have the correct number of beats in the measure and are WRONG.
Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example 4 Example 5 Example 6 Example 7 Example 8 Example 9
Refer to this image and fill in the blanks in the statements below (all answers are two words):
When we see these two musical symbols combined together with the brace, it is called the:
The first note shown between them is called:
(Note what the little arrows are pointing to for the next question...!)
The last two notes show how notes can be written above or below using:
Select all of the ways that a TIE is DIFFERENT than a SLUR:
A tie connects more than 2 notes. A tie can be used across bar lines. A tie connects notes of the same pitch. There is no difference. A tie shows that notes should change as smoothly as possible. A tie means you hold the two notes as if they were one note.
Explain what the two dots are called and what they mean.
Refer to the musical example below. Using the measure numbers shown in the squares, enter the numbers in the order they are to be played. (You may use some numbers more than once!)
Enter string of numbers here (no spaces or commas):
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