Mini Music Theatre Half Way Assessment!

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Quiz on Mini Music Theatre Half Way Assessment! , created by MissMiller on 03/25/2015.

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Question 1

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What do you understand by the word pulse in relation to music?
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  • It is the underlying beat in music.
  • It is the rhythm of the music.

Question 2

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What is call & response?
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  • An answerphone message.
  • A single leader makes a musical statement and the chorus respond to it directly.

Question 3

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What is rhythm?
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  • It is what only drums play.
  • Rhythm is the short and long sounds in music.

Question 4

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What is pitch?
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  • Pitch is how high or low the range of notes are in music.
  • Pitch is loud and soft singing.

Question 5

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How do the numbers (12345678) help us to sing a scale?
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  • Each number represents each step of the scale so it helps us to sing higher and lower note by note.
  • It helps us learn how to count.

Question 6

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Which of the following are types jukebox musicals
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  • Mamma Mia
  • We Will Rock You
  • American Idiot
  • Les Miserables

Question 7

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Which of these musicals are based on a book?
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  • Les Miserables
  • Into the Woods
  • Matilda
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf

Question 8

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What words might you use to describe sections of a song?
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  • Verse
  • Chorus
  • Fill
  • Pre - Chorus
  • Ghost
  • Bridge

Question 9

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When you breathe in your chest and abdominal muscles expand as your lungs fill with air.
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  • True
  • False

Question 10

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When you breathe out your chest rises.
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  • True
  • False

Question 11

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How should a singer stand?
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  • Tall and proud with feet hip-distance apart.
  • Slightly slouched to look cool.

Question 12

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What is the difference between voiced and unvoiced sounds?
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  • Voiced sounds involve the vibration of the vocal cords whereas unvoiced sounds use just the air in the mouth to create a percussive effect.
  • One uses vowels the other uses consonants.

Question 13

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What are the main differences between an Opera and a Musical?
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  • The vocal technique is different depending on the style of music that is used.
  • Operas tend to use only orchestral 'classical' instruments whereas a musical can have a variety of different instruments.
  • Only Operas are performed on a stage.

Question 14

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What elements are there in music theatre and opera?
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  • Solo Songs
  • Cups of tea
  • Chorus Ensemble Songs
  • Orchestral or Band Accompaniment
  • Dance
  • A loaf of bread
  • Story-telling
  • Costumes
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