What is a drone?
One note played repeatedly
A collection of notes pressed together
One note held down for a long time
How many bass parts are there in Electric Counterpoint?
What is an ostinato?
A technique for playing the guitar
A repeated pattern or riff
A recording technique used for Electric Counterpoint
What key does Electric Counterpoint start in?
What time signature does Electric Counterpoint start in?
How are the bass guitar parts panned?
One far left, one far right
Two together in the middle
Three - one left, one middle, one right
At Bar 74, the key briefly changes to_______
Gradually changing from one musical idea to another, changing one note at a time
Two almost identical parts that go out of sync with each other, but fall back into sync after a number of repetitions
Shortening the values of the notes in a cell
Lengthening the values of the notes in a cell
Adding more notes to a cell
Taking notes away from a cell
What is rhythmic displacement?
Playing a rhythm with dotted values
Playing a rhythm more quickly
Starting at a rhythm at a different point in the bar, thus changing the accents
Playing a rhythm in the corner of the room
What happens to the bass parts at Bar 106?
They fade out
They stop suddenly
They use rhythmic displacement
They play a new ostinato
What is the tempo of Electric Counterpoint?
102 crotchets per minute
142 crotchets per minute
192 crotchets per minute
202 crotchets per minute
What is the tonality of Electric Counterpoint?
The piece is for live guitar, accompanied by parts for ___________ guitars, along with bass guitars.
When was Electric Counterpoint written?
What answer below best describes the overall dynamics throughout the piece?
Some loud parts, and some quiet parts
Mainly constant unchanging dynamics
Extremes of volume, very quiet and then very loud
What is the texture of the music in this piece?
What style is this piece written in?
At one point in the music, the live guitar plays a melody that is made up of selected individual notes from the other guitar parts. What is the name for this melody?