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Test Bank for The Enjoyment of Music (Thirteenth Edition) Thirteenth Edition

Test Bank for The Enjoyment of Music (Thirteenth Edition) Thirteenth Edition

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Chapter 1 Melody: Musical Line

MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

  1. In determining pitch, what is meant by frequency?
a. how often the pitch is heard
b. how fast the pitches are played
c. the span between the highest and lowest notes
d. the number of vibrations per second

 

 

ANS:    D                           DIF:      Easy                    REF:     7                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. Musical sounds are represented by symbols called
a. pitches. c. notes.
b. cues. d. amplitudes.

 

 

ANS:    C                           DIF:      Easy                    REF:     7                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. By definition, a musical sound has
a. a perceivable pitch and a measurable frequency.
b. a certain volume.
c. a distinct timbre.
d. all answers shown here.

 

 

ANS:    D                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     7                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. A succession of single tones or pitches perceived as a unit is called a(n)
a. interval. c. harmony.
b. melody. d. chord.

 

 

ANS:    B                           DIF:      Easy                    REF:     7                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. The distance between the highest and lowest tones of a melody is called the
a. tempo. c. phrase.
b. range. d. tonic.

 

 

ANS:    B                           DIF:      Easy                    REF:     7                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. The distance between two pitches is called a(n)
a. interval. c. cadence.
b. phrase. d. countermelody.

 

 

ANS:    A                           DIF:      Easy                    REF:     8                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. Which term describes a melody that moves by small intervals?
a. consonant c. dissonant
b. conjunct d. disjunct

 

 

ANS:    B                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     8                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. A melody can be characterized by
a. its range. c. the way it moves.
b. its shape. d. all answers shown here.

 

 

ANS:    D                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     7–8                       TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Analyzing

 

  1. Why is Beethoven’s Ode to Joy easy to sing?
a. It has a wide range. c. It has phrases of unequal lengths.
b. It is conjunct. d. It has no cadences.

 

 

ANS:    B                           DIF:      Difficult              REF:     8                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Analyzing

 

  1. A unit of meaning within the larger structure of a melody is called a
a. phrase. c. cadence.
b. stanza. d. climax.

 

 

ANS:    A                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     8                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. The resting place at the end of a phrase is called a
a. pause. c. cadence.
b. period. d. comma.

 

 

ANS:    C                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     8                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. Musical punctuation, which is similar to a comma or period in a sentence, is called a
a. cadence. c. chord.
b. syncopation. d. scale.

 

 

ANS:    A                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     8                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. The striking emotional effect created by the high point in a melodic line is called the
a. cadence. c. climax.
b. countermelody. d. range.

 

 

ANS:    C                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     9                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. A melody added to, or played against, another melody is called a
a. cadence. c. countermelody.
b. phrase. d. tune.

 

 

ANS:    C                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     9                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. A note designates frequency and
a. duration. c. timbre.
b. volume. d. range.

 

 

ANS:    A                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     7                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. In terms of a musical note, duration refers to
a. length of time. c. volume.
b. timbre. d. None of the answers shown here.

 

 

ANS:    A                           DIF:      Easy                    REF:     7                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. The distinct quality of a pitch is called
a. tone color or timbre. c. duration.
b. volume. d. melody.

 

 

ANS:    A                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     7                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Applying

 

  1. Which term refers to the overall shape of a melody?
a. contour c. range
b. interval d. cadence

 

 

ANS:    A                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     8                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Applying

 

  1. A melody that moves in large, disconnected intervals is described as
a. conjunct. c. pitchy.
b. disjunct. d. easy to sing.

 

 

ANS:    B                           DIF:      Difficult              REF:     8                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Analyzing

 

  1. In terms of text, this diagram, a b a b, refers to
a. the rhyme scheme. c. the melody.
b. the overall form of the music. d. pitch.

 

 

ANS:    A                           DIF:      Difficult              REF:     9                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Analyzing

 

TRUE/FALSE

 

  1. The length or size of a vibrating object has no effect on pitch.

 

ANS:    F                           DIF:      Easy                    REF:     7                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. A musical note is the symbolic representation of a sound with pitch and duration.

 

ANS:    T                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     7                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. Tone color is a property of pitch.

 

ANS:    T                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     7                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. The overall shape of a melody is called its range.

 

ANS:    F                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     7                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. Melodies that move principally by small, connected intervals are conjunct.

 

ANS:    T                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     8                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. Melodies that skip in disjointed intervals are disjunct.

 

ANS:    T                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     8                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. A phrase is a component unit of a melody.

 

ANS:    T                           DIF:      Easy                    REF:     8                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. The phrases in the tune Amazing Grace are of unequal length.

 

ANS:    F                           DIF:      Difficult              REF:     9                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Applying

 

  1. The melody of The Star-Spangled Banner is best described as conjunct.

 

ANS:    F                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     8                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Applying

 

  1. The rhyme scheme of a poem is determined by the first word of each poetic line.

 

ANS:    F                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     9                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Applying

 

  1. Volume refers to length of time, or duration, of a note.

 

ANS:    F                           DIF:      Easy                    REF:     7                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. The high point in a melody is known as its contour.

 

ANS:    F                           DIF:      Easy                    REF:     9                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. Stars and Stripes Forever includes a countermelody performed by the piccolos.

 

ANS:    T                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     9                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. A singer or instrumentalist will pause to draw a breath at a cadence.

 

ANS:    T                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     9                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Remembering

 

  1. The component units of a melody have no relationship to sentence structure.

 

ANS:    F                           DIF:      Moderate            REF:     8                           TOP:     Melody

MSC:   Applying

 

ESSAY

 

  1. Describe the elements that contribute to the sound of a pitch.

 

ANS:

Answers will vary.

 

DIF:      Moderate            REF:     7–8                      TOP:     Melody                MSC:   Applying

 

  1. What are the features that give each melody a distinctive character?

 

ANS:

Answers will vary.

 

DIF:      Moderate            REF:     8–9                      TOP:     Melody                MSC:   Analyzing

 

  1. Compare the structure of a melody with the form of a sentence.

 

ANS:

Answers will vary.

 

DIF:      Difficult               REF:     8–9                      TOP:     Melody                MSC:   Analyzing

 

  1. Describe the differences between the melodies for Ode to Joy, Joy to the World, and The Star-Spangled Banner.

 

ANS:

Answers will vary.

 

DIF:      Difficult               REF:     8–9                      TOP:     Melody                MSC:   Analyzing

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