1. Name the following rest.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 2: Quarter, Half and Whole Notes]
    Eighth rest    Half rest
    Sixteenth rest    Quarter rest
    Whole rest

2. The singer should relax all _______ surrounding the larynx.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 5: Phonation - Vocal Production]
    muscles    skin
    cartilage    tendons
    fatty tissue    ligaments

3. The possible color notes for a major 7th chord are ____.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 4: Adding Color Notes]
    #5th, #7th, 8th    9th, 10th, 11th
    9th, #11th, 13th    2nd, 3rd, 4th
    9th, 11th, 13th    9th, b9th, #9th, #11th, 13th, b13th

4. The upper thorax includes _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 6: Resonance]
    trachea, esophagus and pharynx    trachea, bronchial tubes and lungs
    the Adam's apple, the sternum and the ribs    sinus cavities, oral cavity and pharynx
    the diaphragm, lungs and larynx    the chest, the abdomen and the pelvis

5. Name the piano note.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 4: Piano Notes]
    C#    Eb
    A#    G#
    Gb    Bb

6. According to the book of Job, who "sang together" at creation?
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 3: A History of Music in the Bible]
    Trees of the field    Demons
    Four-footed beasts    Flowers
    The morning stars    Mankind

7. "Whistle register" and "flageolet register" are other terms for _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 7: Vocal Registers]
    falsetto    super head voice
    the mix    vocal fry
    head voice    chest voice

8. Identify the following.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 2: Staff Notation]
    Double bar line    First ending
    Time signature    Key signature
    Grand staff    Coda sign

9. Identify the name of the major key.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 6: Key Signatures]
    G#    C#
    C    A
    F    G

10. 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
    Skipping within the supertonic triad    Other
    Skipping within the tonic triad    Same pitch

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

12. Create a subtext using your _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 9: Communicate the Message]
    powerpoint presentation    multimedia
    imagination    choreography
    visual aids    facial expression

13. The singer should stand with _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 2: Supportive Posture]
    both feet facing straight forward    heels apart and toes together
    one foot slightly ahead of the other    feet flat on the floor
    feet widely spaced apart    both feet close together

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

15. When adding a 7th note, the chords that will naturally become Major 7th chords are ____.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 2: Adding 7ths]
    ii, iii, vi    I, IV, V
    I, IV    IV, V
    I, V    I, iii, vii

16. We learn what God wants us to do from _____.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 1: Take Me to Your Leader]
    the Bible    theologians
    our conscience    denominational leaders
    the news channel    a hymn book

17. The following rest indicates the performer is to remain silent for _____ beat(s).
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 3: Eighths, Sixteenths and Triplets]
    2    8
    1    1/4
    4    1/2

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

19. The chords: I, ii, iii, IV, V, vi, vii (dim) are considered the ____ chords.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 1: Understanding Foundational Chords and Function]
    Major    Best
    Augmented    Diminished
    Natural    Minor

20. What is the scale number of the following note in a major key?
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 5: Pitches and Scales]
    7    8
    4    2
    6    3

21. The following is an example of ____ chord voicing.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 5: Voicing]
    Minor 7th    Major 6th
    Dominant    Half diminished
    Diminished    Major 7th

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

23. Syncopation means _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 4: Advanced Rhythm]
    Placing beams across multiple notes    Creating a triplet
    Combining rhythms    Connecting notes across a bar line
    Placing an accent on an off-beat    Dotting a note

24. Hold your hand outstreched with the palm upward to indicate _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 4: Beginning, Holding and Ending]
    The correct tempo    A cut-off
    A new section    A fermata or held out note
    A loud dynamic    A lead-in

25. In the key of C, the following pitch should be sung _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 8: Reading Accidentals]
    Six    Fahr
    Thray    Fahv
    Wayn    Two

26. When creating a hook, it is best to come up with the melody, chords and rhythm simultaneously.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 8: Hooks]
    False    True

27. Analyze the following chord progression.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 3: Minor Chord Substitutions]
    I - IV - V    IV - V7 - I
    ii - V - I    I - V7 - I
    iii - ii - I    I - ii - iii

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

29. What is the sign above the following note called?
     [Music Theory, Lesson 1: Notes and Rests]
    Tie    Flag
    Tenuto    Bar line
    Fermata    Slur

30. Which of these would NOT be a good situation in which to mirror the right hand with the left hand?
     [Conducting, Lesson 7: The Left Hand]
    Directing a small ensemble    To indicate emphasis
    To indicate you want a larger sound    Conducting a choir and an orchestra simultaneously
    Conducting physically separated groups    Conducting a very large group

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

32. The Adam's apple indicates the position of the _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 4: The Vocal Mechanism]
    epiglottis    diaphragm
    bronchial tubes    lungs
    larynx    esophagus

33. Asaph wrote at least _____ psalms.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 9: Moving Forward]
    5    75
    2    50
    12    20

34. The harmony of a song speaks to our _____.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 2: Music Speaks]
    Will    Intellect and emotions
    Spirit    Body

35. Matched vowel sounds create a _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 8: Articulation and Phrasing]
    lively group    good choral sound
    full sounding solo    tense atmosphere
    neutral resonance    nice word color

36. Congregational song leaders should keep accurate records of _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 9: Congregational Song Leading]
    Key signatures used    Time signatures used
    Songs used and dates used    Church attendance
    Instrumentalists used    Sermon topics used

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

38. To indicate a change in tempo, make the conducting pattern _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 5: Expressive Gestures]
    Faster or slower    Bigger or smaller
    Smoother or more abrupt    Longer or shorter
    Syncopated    More or less accented

39. A natural sign means to _____.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 9: Accidentals and Phrasing]
    Raise the pitch a half step    Carry the note over
    Lower the pitch a half step    Pause momentarily
    Cancel previous accidentals    Breathe here

40. The 7 beat pattern is generally subdivided into groupings of _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 6: Advanced Conducting Patterns]
    1+6    3.5+3.5
    3+4    1+2+2+2
    5+1+1    2+5

41. A "natural" sound is the same as a completely accurate sound.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 9: Feeling]
    False    True

42. Many Old Testament musicians were involved in music full-time.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 5: Music in the Church]
    False    True

43. Christian music is to be directed to _____.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 4: What Is Christian Music?]
    The director    The choir
    The Lord    The singer
    The lost    The audience

44. Which of these is NOT a way to encourage your performers?
     [Conducting, Lesson 8: Other Body Language]
    Smile at them    Mouth the words
    Make eye contact    Notice when they get a difficult part right
    Scratch your head    Nod to them when they do something good

45. The conductor should direct primarily with _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 1: Introduction to Conducting]
    The head    The right hand
    Either hand    Both hands
    The left hand    An open hand

46. The regular, repeating series of beats in a song is called a _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 1: Discover the Pulse]
    Purse    Pulse
    Time signature    Pattern
    Notation    Key signature

47. Which of the following pairs of Italian terms are completely unrelated?
     [Music Theory, Lesson 8: Dynamics and Accents]
    Piano & pianissimo    Tenuto & piano
    Staccato & staccatissimo    Decrescendo & diminuendo
    Forte & Fortissimo    Sforzando & forte-piano

48. The term that means to "speed up" is _____.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 7: Tempo Markings]
    Meno    Largo
    Poco a poco    Accelerando
    Subito    Ritardando

49. When Paul and Silas prayed and sang, God sent a(n) _____.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 6: The Power of Music]
    Jailer    Storm
    Roman soldier    Angel
    Earthquake    Big fish

50. The most commonly used conducting patterns are _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 2: Finding the Pulse]
    2, 3, 4    1, 2, 3
    6, 9, 12    3, 4, 5
    3, 4, 6    4, 6, 9