1. Identify the following note.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 1: Discover the Pulse]
    Sixteenth note    Quarter note
    Eighth note    Half note
    Whole note

2. What is the scale number of the following note in a major key?
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 5: Pitches and Scales]
    7    3
    4    1
    2    6

3. Identify the following note.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 1: Discover the Pulse]
    Sixteenth note    Eighth note
    Whole note    Half note
    Quarter note

4. The _____ tells the performer how many beats are in each measure.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 2: Quarter, Half and Whole Notes]
    Key signature    Measure number
    Bar line    Double bar line
    Time signature    Brace

5. In the key of C, the following pitch should be sung _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 8: Reading Accidentals]
    Thrah    Four
    Wahn    Three
    Fayr    Tay

6. Baritones are _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 9: Singing Parts]
    Men who sing the lowest notes    Men who sing the highest notes
    Ladies who sing the lowest notes    Ladies who sing the highest notes
    Ladies who sing the mid-range notes    Men who sing mid-range notes

7. In 4/4 time, the sixteenth note receives _____ beat(s).
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 3: Eighths, Sixteenths and Triplets]
    2    1/2
    1    4
    1/4    8

8. On choral music, parts are abbreviated as _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 9: Singing Parts]
    SOPALTTENBAS    BLTS
    SOALTEBA    SMTB
    SATB    BTAS

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

10. The following notes in the major key of C move by _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 6: Pitch Movement]
    Moving stepwise within the scale    Skipping around within the tonic triad
    Staying on the same pitch