1. Name the following rest.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 3: Eighths, Sixteenths and Triplets]
    Whole rest    Sixteenth rest
    Quarter rest    Half rest
    Eighth rest

2. Notes below 1 should be numbered 7, 6, 5, etc.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 6: Pitch Movement]
    False    True

3. There is no flat/sharp note between notes _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 8: Reading Accidentals]
    5,6    7, 8
    4, 5    2, 3
    6, 7    1, 2

4. In 4/4 time, what kind of note receives 1 beat?
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 2: Quarter, Half and Whole Notes]
    Quarter note    Whole note
    Half note    Sixteenth note
    Eighth note

5. How many half notes fit in the same time as a whole note?
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 1: Discover the Pulse]
    5    4
    2    3
    6    1

6. Ladies who sing the highest notes are called _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 9: Singing Parts]
    Baritones    Second sopranos
    Tenors    Basses
    Sopranos    Altos

7. The following rhythm should be read as _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 4: Advanced Rhythm]
    Ti-tee-ree    Tim-ri-ti
    Tri-pi-let    Tee-ti-ri
    Tah-ah-ah    Ti-rim-ri

8. The end of a song is indicated by _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 2: Quarter, Half and Whole Notes]
    Time signatures    Double bar lines
    Rests    Key signatures
    Single bar lines    Extra space

9. Identify the movement of the following pitches in the major key of C.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 7: Other Intervals]
    Same pitch    Stepwise within the scale
    Skipping within the supertonic triad    Skipping within the tonic triad
    Other    Movement to the 7th note of the scale

10. In 4/4 time, the following rest indicates the performer is to be silent for how many beats?
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 2: Quarter, Half and Whole Notes]
    1/4    4
    8    1
    2    1/2