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

2. On exhalation, the diaphragm should _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 3: Breathe from the Diaphragm]
    create tension against the stomach muscles    relax naturally
    expand the stomach area    contract slightly
    cause the chest to cave in    push the air out

3. To conduct the ____, you must determine what beat the song begins on.
     [Conducting, Lesson 4: Beginning, Holding and Ending]
    Cut-off    Ictus
    Rebound    Preparatory beat
    Fermata    Lead-in

4. What is the order of flats in a key signature?
     [Music Theory, Lesson 6: Key Signatures]

5. Which of the following can NOT be accomplished by turning your ear towards a section?
     [Conducting, Lesson 8: Other Body Language]
    Remind about a problem section    Encourage greater diligence
    Indicate a problem needs to be fixed    Communicate that you are listening
    Increasing the tempo of the music    Encourage greater accuracy

6. In the key of C, the following pitch should be sung _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 8: Reading Accidentals]
    Five    Tah
    Fahv    Fahr
    Fayv    Thray

7. Connecting a treble clef staff and a bass clef staff together creates a _____.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 2: Staff Notation]
    Brace    Measure
    Grand staff    Time signature
    Bar line    Double bar line

8. How many piano keys are found on a normal size piano?
     [Music Theory, Lesson 4: Piano Notes]
    230    61
    36    76
    88    52

9. The earliest recorded music in the earth's history was when _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 1: A Reason to Sing]
    Jubal invented musical instruments    Asaph wrote a psalm
    Adam sang to Eve    the 144,000 sang around the throne
    Eve sang to Adam    the "morning stars" sang together

10. The V7 chord has a strong "pull" toward resolving into a I chord because it contains a ____.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 3: Minor Chord Substitutions]
    Enharmonic tone    Whole tone
    Magnetone    Minor third
    Tritone    Triad

11. Being able to perform different tasks with separate hands simultaneously is called _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 7: The Left Hand]
    Eye-hand coordination    Hand independence
    Karate    Being athletic
    Juggling    Hand spasticity

12. Accent syllables that would be naturally accented when _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 8: Articulation and Phrasing]
    reading silently    angry
    shouting    happy
    speaking    whispering

13. Ladies who sing the mid-range notes are called _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 9: Singing Parts]
    Tenors    Basses
    Baritones    Sopranos
    Altos    Second sopranos, or mezzo sopranos

14. To indicate the performer is to be soft, the composer will use the letter(s) _____.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 8: Dynamics and Accents]
    dB    sfz
    kHz    p
    f    ff

15. "Right hand thumb drop" refers to using the right thumb to play ____.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 2: Adding 7ths]
    The doubled root    The note delicately, with feeling
    The 7th instead of the root    Loudly
    Nothing    The melody in octaves

16. It is not necessary to play the piano every day to be a good pianist.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 9: Feeling]
    True    False

17. Please identify this portion of the conducting pattern diagram.
     [Conducting, Lesson 3: Basic Conducting Patterns]
    Lead-in    Flick of the wrist
    Rebound    Cut-off
    Downbeat    Ictus

18. The vocal folds should _______ as you sing higher.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 7: Vocal Registers]
    flip    zip up
    separate    tighten
    yodel    lighten up

19. "Voice box" is another term for the _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 4: The Vocal Mechanism]
    Adam's apple    epiglottis
    pharynx    trachea
    esophagus    larynx

20. The conductor's hand should be held primarily _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 1: Introduction to Conducting]
    Thumb up    Fingers stiff
    Thumb and pinky together    Palm downward
    Palm upward    Fingers spread open

21. The open spaces behind the forehead, nose and cheekbones are called _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 6: Resonance]
    the thorax    nostrils
    the pharynx    sinus cavities
    oral cavities    skull cavities

22. The melody note in the following example is number ____ in the chord.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 5: Voicing]
    2    7
    4    3
    5    6

23. It is important that we write fresh new songs of praise for our generation.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 9: Moving Forward]
    False    True

24. The VI chord is the secondary dominant of the ____ chord.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 1: Understanding Foundational Chords and Function]
    ii    V
    I    vii
    iii    IV

25. Name the note.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 1: Notes and Rests]
    Sixteenth note    Half note
    Whole note    Double whole note
    Quarter note    Eighth note

26. Accelerando means to _____.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 7: Tempo Markings]
    Freely adjust the tempo    Get louder
    Speed up    Get softer
    Slow down    Perform very broadly

27. Scales should always start and end on the first note of the scale.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 7: Technical Treatments]
    True    False

28. Dead gestures may be used by a choral conductor during _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 5: Expressive Gestures]
    Staccato sections    Interludes
    Fermatas    Legato sections
    Crescendos    Diminuendo

29. We must remove anything that ________ the message of the song.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 9: Communicate the Message]
    beautifies    enhances
    demonstrates    uplifts
    distracts from    spiritualizes

30. How many numbers make up a time signature?
     [Conducting, Lesson 2: Finding the Pulse]
    1    4
    8    2
    3    6

31. To mimic _____, music will move slowly.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 2: Music Speaks]
    Happiness    Sadness
    Excitedness    Anger
    Passion    Ecstasy

32. Christian music should agree with the teaching of _____.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 4: What Is Christian Music?]
    The church    The culture
    The denomination    The Bible
    Baptists    Classical music theory

33. According to Paul, Christian musicians are to be filled with _____ and _____.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 8: Developing Discernment]
    The Bible, the Holy Spirit    Excellence, fear
    Happiness, energy    Love, peace
    Volume, leadership    Passion, joy

34. Name the note.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 3: Note Names]
    A    F
    B    E
    D    C

35. The notes in the following song _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 6: Pitch Movement]
    Skip around within the tonic triad    Move stepwise
    Stay the same    Combine three different note movements
    Are numbered 2, 4, 6, 4    Are upside down

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

37. Marcato means to perform _____.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 9: Accidentals and Phrasing]
    Smooth and connected    Accented and slightly disconnected
    Like a rainbow    While marching in tempo
    With great enthusiasm    Without breathing in this section

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

39. How many beats does a dotted quarter note get?
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 4: Advanced Rhythm]
    4    2 1/2
    3    1 1/2
    2    3 1/2

40. In 2 Chronicles 5, the musicians wore _____.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 5: Music in the Church]
    Coats of many colors    White linen
    The garments of the high priest    Burgundy robes
    Normal clothing    Suits and ties

41. Generally, in a song service, songs should _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 9: Congregational Song Leading]
    Have the same time signature    Move from faster tempos to more thoughtful
    Have the same key signature    Be repeated every week
    Be chosen at random    All be fast

42. Phonation should be combined with _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 5: Phonation - Vocal Production]
    abdominal pressure    circular breathing
    vocal fold vibration    laryngeal support
    diaphragmatic breathing    plenty of water

43. A good rule of thumb is to use one of your little fingers to play the color notes.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 4: Adding Color Notes]
    True    False

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

45. Identify the interval.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 5: Intervals]
    Third    Prime
    Fourth    Sixth
    Fifth    Second

46. Joshua mistook the sound of _____ (associated with idol worship), with the noise of war.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 3: A History of Music in the Bible]
    Wind    Minstrels
    Prophesying    Orchestra
    Singing    Water

47. The chest should be lightly _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 2: Supportive Posture]
    energized    compressed
    supported    expanded
    filled    contracted

48. Double bar lines indicate the _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 2: Quarter, Half and Whole Notes]
    End of a song    Time signature
    Beginning of a song    Middle of a song
    Coda    First and second endings

49. Which of the following is NOT one of the purposes of a hook?
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 8: Hooks]
    Bridge a change in style    Better congregational accompaniment
    Interlude between verses    Transposition
    Incorporating a pattern throughout the song    Ending

50. Which type of music utilizes a wider range of musical expression?
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 7: Musical Balance]
    Classical music    Folk music