1. We are ________ to sing in the Bible.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 1: A Reason to Sing]
    suggested    commanded
    asked    needed
    implied    desired

2. The following picture represents a _____.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 1: Notes and Rests]
    Tie    Slur
    Fermata    Dotted note
    Grace note    Triplet

3. Which type of music is more likely to be self-accompanied?
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 7: Musical Balance]
    Folk music    Classical music

4. The best way to avoid nervousness is to _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 9: Communicate the Message]
    breathe deeply while singing    check yourself in the mirror before singing
    memorize the music beforehand    focus on Christ and the message of the song
    make eye contact only with your friends    drink plenty of water during the day

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

6. Which of the following is not a Bible author who wrote, "The Lord is my song?"
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 6: The Power of Music]
    Isaiah    Daniel
    David    Moses

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

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

9. The intellect alone is enough to create music that is "special."
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 9: Feeling]
    True    False

10. 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

11. In 4/4 time, the following rest indicates the performer is to be silent for how many beats?
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 2: Quarter, Half and Whole Notes]
    1/2    4
    2    8
    1/4    1

12. 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
    Stepwise within the scale    Skipping within the tonic triad

13. When adding a natural 7th note, the I and IV chords become ____ chords.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 2: Adding 7ths]
    Major 7th    Augmented
    Dominant    Diminished 7th
    Minor 7th    Half Diminished 7th

14. Consonants should be thought of as having _______ preceding or following vowels.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 8: Articulation and Phrasing]
    more word color than    different energy levels than
    no pitch despite    different pitch than
    the same tension as    the same pitch as

15. The church music education program should focus first on encouraging singing in the _____.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 5: Music in the Church]
    Sunday School    Car
    School    Home
    Choir    Worship service

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

17. A three note chord consisting of notes a third apart is called a ____.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 1: Understanding Foundational Chords and Function]
    Trillium    Trick
    Trinary    Triad
    Triplet    Triumvirate

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

19. Tabrets and pipes were a part of _____ body.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 3: A History of Music in the Bible]
    Eve's    God's
    Nebuchadnezzar's    Cherubim's
    Lucifer's    Adam's

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

21. Previous accidentals can be canceled out by the addition of a _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 8: Reading Accidentals]
    Natural sign    Sharp sign
    Flat sign    Dynamic marking
    Clef sign    Minus sign

22. You are singing in chest voice when singing _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 7: Vocal Registers]
    high notes    above the bridges
    low notes    whistle tones
    vocal fry    a "rattly" sound

23. The Italian word that means to "gradually get louder" is _____
     [Music Theory, Lesson 8: Dynamics and Accents]
    Crescendo    Sforzando
    Decrescendo    Tenuto
    Diminuendo    Forte-Piano

24. A time signature of 2/2 indicates _____ meter.
     [Conducting, Lesson 2: Finding the Pulse]
    Compound    Easy
    Complex    Concave
    Dynamic    Simple

25. The larynx and upper thorax primarily resonate the _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 6: Resonance]
    amplified notes    mixed voice notes
    full range of notes    mid-range notes
    high notes    low notes

26. A happy song will be characterized by _____ movement.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 2: Music Speaks]
    Subdued    Smooth
    Small    Quick
    Droopy    Slow

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

28. A _____ indicates a syllable is to be held through two or more pitches.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 9: Accidentals and Phrasing]
    Cesura    Breath mark
    Carry over    Slur
    Legato    Accidental

29. The breathing apparatus should be free to provide _______ and tonal support
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 2: Supportive Posture]
    muscles    volume
    pitch    expression
    pressure    timbre

30. While waiting through an instrumental interlude, a choral conductor may wish to use _____ gestures.
     [Conducting, Lesson 5: Expressive Gestures]
    Dead    Legato
    Melded    Syncopated
    Staccato    Small

31. This conducting pattern is used to direct a song with how many beats?
     [Conducting, Lesson 6: Advanced Conducting Patterns]
    3    6
    5    9
    12    7

32. We are to serve God from a heart of _____.
     [Bible Music Philosophy, Lesson 1: Take Me to Your Leader]
    Duty    Flesh
    Love    Need
    Fear    Anger

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

34. The muscles that control the vocal folds are mostly _______.
     [Vocal Technique, Lesson 5: Phonation - Vocal Production]
    relaxed    tight
    volitional    involuntary
    controlled by conscious effort    voluntary

35. Which of the following means "extremely fast?"
     [Music Theory, Lesson 7: Tempo Markings]
    Larghetto    Largo
    Vivace    Prestissimo
    Andante    Allegretto

36. In the chord progression ii-#I7-I, the #I7 is a substitute for a ____ chord.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 6: Step Progressions]
    vii (dim) 7    XI7
    iii7    IV7
    V7    bVI7

37. The "tritone" is an interval determined by ____.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 3: Minor Chord Substitutions]
    3 major thirds    An augmented third
    A diminished third    3 whole steps
    3 half steps    3 minor thirds

38. Always strive for the most complete contrasts (from one extreme to the other) in your song arrangements.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 7: Technical Treatments]
    True    False

39. In the following figure, the highlighted note would be sung by the _____.
     [Sight Singing, Lesson 9: Singing Parts]
    Tenors    Baritones
    Altos    Basses
    Sopranos    Second sopranos

40. Identify the interval.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 5: Intervals]
    Ninth    Sixth
    Fifth    Seventh
    Fourth    Octave

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

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

43. When leading congregational songs, allow the singers to _____ between phrases and verses.
     [Conducting, Lesson 9: Congregational Song Leading]
    Stand up    Sit down
    Shake hands    Relax
    Harmonize    Breathe

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

45. The Italian word that means 'stop here' is _____.
     [Music Theory, Lesson 2: Staff Notation]
    Coda    Ritardando
    Segno    Capo
    Mezzo    Fine

46. 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]
    To indicate you want a larger sound    Directing a small ensemble
    Conducting a choir and an orchestra simultaneously    Conducting a very large group
    Conducting physically separated groups    To indicate emphasis

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

48. The most commonly used color note is the ____.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 4: Adding Color Notes]
    Sharp 13th    Sharp 9th
    9th    13th
    11th    Flat 9th

49. Spreading out the notes in a chord over larger intervals is called ____ voicing.
     [Inspirational Improvisation - Piano, Lesson 5: Voicing]
    Tall    Simple
    Short    Complex
    Closed    Open

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