1. Which of the following is the softest marking?
     [Music Theory, Lesson 8: Dynamics and Accents]
    f    ff
    fff    p
    mf    mp

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

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

4. A flat sign in front of a note means the note is to sound _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 8: Reading Accidentals]
    Louder    As it would normally within the key signatur
    A half step lower    Expressive
    Faster    A half step higher

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

6. The primary cut-off motion looks like _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 1: Introduction to Conducting]
    A looping or pinching motion    A rebound
    A vertical or downward motion    A takt
    An upward bounce    Half the height of a downbeat

7. The following pattern is an example of _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 5: Expressive Gestures]
    Melded gestures    Syncopation
    Staccato    Tenuto
    Legato    Dead beats

8. The _______ is attached to the base of the ribs.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 3: Breathe from the Diaphragm]
    heart    bronchial tubes
    trachea    lungs
    diaphragm    stomach

9. Low notes are sung in _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 7: Vocal Registers]
    falsetto    chest voice
    head voice    super head voice
    blended bridges    flageolet register

10. Consonants should be thought of as having the same _______ as the vowels.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 8: Articulation and Phrasing]
    pronunciation    pitch
    sustain    space
    articulation    accent

11. Which of the following means "very slow?"
     [Music Theory, Lesson 7: Tempo Markings]
    Vivace    Lento
    Andante    Allegretto
    Accelerando    Presto

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

13. The _____ indicates the music is to pause momentarily.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 9: Accidentals and Phrasing]
    Legato    Slur
    Carry over    Marcato
    Cesura    Accidental

14. The student should say _____ when reading the following note.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 2: Quarter, Half and Whole Notes]
    Too-tah    Tah-ah-ah
    Tah    Tim-ri
    Tah-ah    Tah-ah-ah-ah

15. A hook must contain the identical rhythmic pattern as the song you are playing.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 8: Hooks]
    False    True

16. According to 1 Chronicles 25:7, there were _____ musicians who were "instructed in the songs of the Lord."
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 9: Moving Forward]
    82    822
    28    282
    88    288

17. The melody note in the following example is number ____ in the chord.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 5: Voicing]
    4    5
    6    1
    3    2

18. If a key signature has 4 sharps, which notes are sharped?
     [Music Theory, Lesson 6: Key Signatures]
    CGDA    GDAE
    FCGD    BADC
    ACED    BEAD

19. When developing step progressions, find chords that fit with the ____.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 6: Step Progressions]
    Voicing chart    Circle of fifths
    Existing harmony    Lead sheet
    Melody    Bass line

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

21. The key signature indicates _____.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 2: Staff Notation]
    The end of the song    A repeated section
    How fast or slow the song goes    The scale used in the song
    The rhythmic value of each measure    The letter name of one line or space on the staff

22. Identify the number of steps between the two notes.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 4: Piano Notes]
    1/2    2
    2 1/2    1
    1 1/2    3

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

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

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

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

27. Basses are ______.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 9: Singing Parts]
    Men who sing the mid-range notes    Ladies who sing the highest notes
    Ladies who sing the lowest note    Men who sing the lowest notes
    Men who sing the highest notes    Ladies who sing the mid-range notes

28. The student should read the following notes as _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 4: Advanced Rhythm]
    Tee-tah    Tah-ee
    Tim-ri    Ti-rim
    Tah-ah    Ti-ri

29. The most commonly used conducting pattern is _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 2: Finding the Pulse]
    1    9
    3    6
    2    4

30. A pleasant vibrato moves _______ the target pitch.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 5: Phonation - Vocal Production]
    1/2 step above to 1/2 step below    a whole step below to right on
    1/2 step above to right on    1/2 step below to right on
    a whole step above to a whole step below    a whole step above to right on

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

32. Most songs can be harmonized using the I, ii, and iii chords.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 1: Understanding Foundational Chords and Function]
    True    False

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

34. The preparatory beat should cause all performers to _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 4: Beginning, Holding and Ending]
    Tap their feet in unison    Hold a note out
    Breathe together    Stop the sound simultaneously
    Retain energy in the sound    Count out loud

35. Our highest goal should be to create music that impresses the listener.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 9: Feeling]
    False    True

36. Worldly influences should __________ our singing.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 1: A Reason to Sing]
    be clearly separated from    affect
    direct    be reflected in
    strongly influence    make a difference in

37. The Biblical term for the body is the _____.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 2: Music Speaks]
    Message    Flesh
    Tune    Soul
    Lyrics    Spirit

38. Psalm 119:54 says, "Thy statutes have been my _____."
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 6: The Power of Music]
    Fear    Thoughts
    Testimony    Praises
    Trumpets    Songs

39. The ____ chord can be easily substituted for the I chord.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 3: Minor Chord Substitutions]
    ii min7    II
    iii min7    vii dim7
    V7    IV maj7

40. Which type of music is more likely to appeal to the flesh?
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 7: Musical Balance]
    Classical music    Folk music

41. The singer's instrument is from his _______ to his _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 2: Supportive Posture]
    vocal cords, chest    vocal cords, belly
    head, feet    head, chest
    sinus cavities, neck    head, vocal cords

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

43. Which of these would be a common grouping of beats within a 5 beat pattern?
     [Conducting, Lesson 6: Advanced Conducting Patterns]
    1+4    0+5
    3+2    5+0
    4+1    2.5+2.5

44. ____ are an especially effective way to achieve inner voice movement.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 7: Technical Treatments]
    Parallel motion    Time signature changes
    Suspensions    Melody variations
    The little finger    Tritones

45. 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

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

47. Humility is not an act of your will.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 4: What Is Christian Music?]
    False    True

48. A psalm is a song containing _____.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 8: Developing Discernment]
    The words of Scripture    God's name
    Worship themes    Doctrine
    Personal experience    Hebrew poetry

49. 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]
    Singing    Minstrels
    Wind    Prophesying
    Water    Orchestra

50. 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