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  1. The bottom number of a time signature tells the musician

  2. Leger Lines are used to

  3. A piece of music’s time signature is represented by two numbers. The top number represents

  4. Which of the following are an example of enharmonic pitches?

  5. A dynamic marking that means “Medium Soft” would be pronounced

  6. What are the four clefs commonly used today?

  7. A planned series of pitches moving forward in time can also be referred to as

  8. What is the correct order of the flats?

  9. What is wrong with this diagram of the Circle of Fourths?

    Circle of Fourths

  10. Pitches that have the same frequency but different letter names are called

  11. What is the correct way to count this rhythm?

    Simple Exam Rhythm 2

  12. An octave can be described as

  13. A staff can be described as

  14. Which dynamic marking means “Extremely Loud”?

  15. What is wrong with this notation of the order of the flats and the order of the sharps?

    grand-staff-sharps-flats

  16. Where “W” means a whole step and “H” means a half step, the correct “stepwise” pattern for a diatonic scale is

  17. A ? indicates that a note should be lowered one half step, and a ? indicates that a note should be raised one half step

  18. Which of these dynamic markings is Pianissimo?

  19. The expression “Diminuendo” means for the performer to

  20. The dynamic marking below represents ?, which means ?

  21. What is the correct way to count this rhythm?

    Simple Exam Rhythm

  22. Pitch can be defined as

  23. What is the correct order of the sharps?

  24. The distance from any note to the note directly above or below it, and the smallest interval in written notation, is referred to as

  25. When a composer places three eighth notes in the place of two, the rhythm produced is called