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

2. The trachea is protected by _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 4: The Vocal Mechanism]
    cartilage rings    "V" shaped ligaments
    the ribs    the skull
    the sternum    the backbone

3. Notes below 1 should be numbered -1, -2, -3, etc.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 6: Pitch Movement]
    True    False

4. When reading the following note, the student should say _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 2: Quarter, Half and Whole Notes]
    Tah    Ti-ri
    Tah-ah    Tah-ah-ah
    Tah-ah-ah-ah    Tim-ri

5. Name the piano note.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 4: Piano Notes]
    D    A
    F    G
    B    C

6. Which of these is not involved in resonance?
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 6: Resonance]
    sinus cavities    trachea
    oral cavity    abdomen
    nasal passages    pharynx

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

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

9. The ictus indicates _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 1: Introduction to Conducting]
    The precise instant of the rhythmic pulse    The lead-in to the next beat
    The instant of cut-off    One beat before the performers begin
    The upward bounce following the beat    Musical leadership

10. "Shell voicing" is the term used to describe playing ____.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 2: Adding 7ths]
    Notes 1 and 7 in the left hand    Alberti bass lines
    The 7th note with the thumb of the right hand    6ths in the left hand
    Diminished 7ths exclusively    Beside the ocean

11. Subdividing the main beat into three parts gives us _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 3: Eighths, Sixteenths and Triplets]
    Eighth notes    Whole notes
    Quarter notes    Sixteenth notes
    Triplets    Half notes

12. A dot beside a note indicates _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 4: Advanced Rhythm]
    The note is syncopated    The note is part of a triplet
    The note is to be held out longer    The note is to be shortened
    The note is to be performed staccato    The pitch of the note is to be raised

13. The breathing apparatus should be free to provide _______ and _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 2: Supportive Posture]
    health, strength    tone, relaxation
    pressure, energy    volume, tonal support
    air, tension    openness, velocity

14. The vocal folds should "zip up" as you sing _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 7: Vocal Registers]
    falsetto    lower
    louder    softer
    higher    vocal fry

15. The supertonic triad consists of the notes _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 7: Other Intervals]
    1, 3, 5    2, 3, 4
    3, 5, 7    1, 2, 3
    2, 4, 6    3, 4, 5

16. Instrumental introductions to congregational songs should clearly set the _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 9: Congregational Song Leading]
    Tempo and key    Expression and breath
    Mood of the service    Beginning beat
    Volume and rhythm    Sermon topic

17. We must trust _____ as the final authority of right and wrong.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 8: Developing Discernment]
    Our church    Our reason
    Our conscience    Culture
    Our intellect    God's Word

18. Step progression refers to movement by ____.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 6: Step Progressions]
    Cadence    Half step or whole step
    Whole step only    Half step only
    Sevenths    Fifths

19. A measure is _____.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 2: Staff Notation]
    A repeated section    A vertical line
    The scale on which the music is based    The space between two bar lines
    Really a fancy G    Two connected staves

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

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

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

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

24. Consonants require exaggerated _______ in order to be understood.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 8: Articulation and Phrasing]
    pitch    energy
    relaxation    resonance
    jaw drop    color

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

26. The purpose of a cut-off is to ____ the sound.
     [Conducting, Lesson 4: Beginning, Holding and Ending]
    Fill    Soften
    Start    Hold
    Create    Stop

27. What musical instrument indicates the moving of God?
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 6: The Power of Music]
    Sackbut    Pipes
    Flute    Cymbals
    Harp    Trumpet

28. Who sang at creation?
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 1: A Reason to Sing]
    Adam    The land and seas
    Eve    The "morning stars"
    Lucifer    God the Father

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

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

31. Asaph was skilled in writing _____.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 9: Moving Forward]
    Non-fiction    Fiction
    Genealogies    Newsletters
    Stories    Hebrew poetry

32. An inverted major third is a/an _____.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 5: Intervals]
    Diminished prime    Perfect fourth
    Minor sixth    Major second
    Augmented fifth    Perfect octave

33. The musical style does not need to be appropriate for the audience.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 7: Musical Balance]
    True    False

34. Another name for the first note of the scale is the _____ note.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 5: Pitches and Scales]
    Leading    Beginning
    Root    Dominant
    Tonic    Bottom

35. One of the purposes of a "hook" is to provide an introduction to a song.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 8: Hooks]
    False    True

36. The 6, 9 and 12 beat patterns can be used in _____ songs with compound meter.
     [Conducting, Lesson 6: Advanced Conducting Patterns]
    old    soft
    loud    new
    slow    fast

37. A good pianist maintains a good balance between confidence and humility.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 9: Feeling]
    True    False

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

39. According to Scripture, which musical activity does God the Father participate in?
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 3: A History of Music in the Bible]
    Psaltery    Harp
    Singing    Drums
    Conducting    Trombone

40. The singer can practice breathing from the diaphragm by laying on his _______ on the floor.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 3: Breathe from the Diaphragm]
    stomach    arms
    hands and knees    right side
    back    left side

41. A _____ combines the time values of two notes across a bar line.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 1: Notes and Rests]
    Triplet    Dot
    Fermata    Slur
    Tie    Beam

42. The singer should _______ the listeners.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 9: Communicate the Message]
    thank    impress
    amuse    entertain
    make eye contact with    collect fees from

43. The conductor can emphasize certain beats by _____.
     [Conducting, Lesson 8: Other Body Language]
    Twisting the head slightly    Bringing the head back slightly
    Nodding on the beat    Tilting the head slightly
    Bobbing the head with the beat    Raising the shoulders slightly

44. Identify the name of the major key.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 6: Key Signatures]
    Bb    B
    Eb    Ab
    Fb    F

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

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

47. Scales do not need to start or end on the first note of the scale.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 7: Technical Treatments]
    False    True

48. The term that means "slowing down" is _____.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 7: Tempo Markings]
    Rallantando    Presto
    Rubato    Molto
    A tempo    Accelerando

49. 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
    Triad    Tritone
    Minor third    Magnetone

50. A musical joke is created when the message of the music _____ the message of the text.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 2: Music Speaks]
    Mimics    Enhances
    Illustrates    Beautifies
    Supports    Is the opposite of