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Question #1

Which dynamic marking means "Extremely Loud"?

Question #2

Pitch can be defined as

Question #3

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

Question #4

A staff can be described as

Question #5

A dynamic marking that means "Medium Soft" would be pronounced

Question #6

Where "W" means a whole step and "H" means a half step, the correct "stepwise" pattern for a diatonic scale is

Question #7

An octave can be described as

Question #8

What is the correct order of the sharps?

Question #9

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

Question #10

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

Question #11

What is the correct way to count this rhythm?

Question #12

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

Question #13

What is the correct order of the flats?

Question #14

Which of these dynamic markings is Pianissimo?

Question #15

Leger Lines are used to

Question #16

The expression "Diminuendo" means for the performer to

Question #17

Which of the following are an example of enharmonic pitches?

Question #18

What is the correct way to count this rhythm?

Question #19

The dynamic marking below represents ?, which means ?

Question #20

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

Question #21

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

Question #22

The bottom number of a time signature tells the musician

Question #23

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

Question #24

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

Question #25

What are the four clefs commonly used today?