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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region VI – Western Visayas
MOSTRO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Mostro, Anilao, Iloilo

FIRST QUARTER ASSESSMENT (MAPEH 10)

MUSIC and ARTS

TEST I. Multiple Choice. Write the letter of the best answer. Write it on the space provided before the number.
1. A French movement developed by visual artists who favored vague blurry images intended to capture an
‘impression’ of the subject.
A. Cubism C. Expressionism
B. Impressionism D. Primitivism
2. Less precision but more impression. He didn’t put much detail. He just wanted to suggest, capture the feeling, the
emotion, and the____________.

A. Love C. Impression
B. Expression D. Feeling
3. He was the primary exponent of the impressionist movement and the focal point for other impressionist
composers.
A. Maurice Ravel C. Claude Monet
B. Claude Debussy D. Igor Stravinsky
4. He changed the course of musical development by dissolving traditional rules and conventions into a new language
of possibilities in harmony, rhythm, form, texture, and color.
A. Maurice Ravel C. Claude Monet
B. Claude Debussy D. Igor Stravinsky
5. The process by which the composition of individual sounds, or superposition of sounds, is analyzed by hearing.
Usually, this means simultaneously occurring frequencies, pitches (tones, notes), or chords.
A. Color C. Harmony
B. Texture D. Rhythm
6. The structure of a musical composition. The term is regularly used in two senses: to denote a standard type, or
genre, and to denote the procedures in a specific work.
A. Color C. Form
B. Harmony D. Texture
7. This refers to the tone color, also known as timbre, is the quality of a sound that is not characterized as frequency
(pitch), duration (rhythm), or amplitude (volume).
A. Color C. Form
B. Harmony D. Texture
8. This refers to the combination of melody, harmony and rhythm of a given piece.
A. Color C. Form
B. Harmony D. Texture
9. This refers to the arrangement of sounds as they move through time.
A. Color C. Rhythm
B. Harmony D. Texture
10. It is an ensemble with bells, gongs, xylophone, and occasional vocal parts which he later used in his works to
achieve a new sound.
A. Gamelan C. Brass band
B. Bamboo Organ D. Kulintang
11. The following are musical compositions of Debussy EXCEPT;
A. Ariettes Oubliees C. Bolero
B. String Quartet D. Claire de Lune
12. The most popular piano composition of Claude Debussy and is considered as his masterpiece.
A. Claire de Lune(Moonlight) C. String Quartet
B. Bolero D. Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun
13. He was born in Ciboure, France to a Basque mother and a Swiss father. He entered the Paris Conservatory at the
age of 14 where he studied with the eminent French composer Gabriel Faure.
A. Claude Monet C. Igor Stravinsky
B. Maurice Ravel D. Claude Debussy
14. It is the term used to call a person who excels in musical technique or execution.
A. Bolero C. Prodigy
B. Virtuoso D. Moron
15. His musical style is uniquely innovative but not atonal style of harmonic treatment. Intricate and sometimes modal
melodies and extended chordal components.
A. Maurice Ravel C. Claude Debussy
B. Claude Monet D. F. Handel
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region VI – Western Visayas
MOSTRO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Mostro, Anilao, Iloilo

FIRST QUARTER ASSESSMENT (MAPEH 10)

16. The following are the musical composition of Maurice Ravel EXCEPT;
A. Pavane for a Dead Princess C. Gaspard de la Nuit
B. Jeux d’Eau or Water Fountains D. Claire de Lune
17. The name impressionism was coined from the title of a work by French painter___________.
A. Claude Monet C. Maurice Ravel
B. Claude Debussy D. Igor Stravinsky
18. The term precisely captured what this group of artists sought to represent in their works: the viewer’s momentary
________________ of an image.
A. Impression C. Color
B. Expression D. Timbre
19. Impressionists ventured into capturing scenes of life around them, household objects, landscapes and seascapes,
houses, cafes, and buildings.
A. Light and Color C. Painting Outdoors
B. “Everyday” Subjects D. Open composition
20. Impressionists found that they could best capture the ever-changing effects of light on color by painting outdoors
in________________.
A. Natural color C. Still life
B. Natural light D. Portraits
21. This refers to the arrangement of objects in a photograph.
A. Composition C. Depth
B. Light D. Texture
22. This refers to the creation of a sense of three-dimensionality in a photograph.
A. Light C. Depth
B. Texture D. Line
23. The position from which the photograph was taken.
A. Light C. Depth
B. Texture D. Vantage point
24. The detailed surface properties of the object or objects depicted in the photograph.
A. Light C. Depth
B. Texture D. Vantage point
25. Aesthetically pleasing and draw attention to a photograph.
A. Light C. Depth
B. Pattern and shape D. Vantage point

PE and HEALTH

Test II. ESSAY.

DIRECTIONS: Answer the following questions analytically. Observe appropriate writing method, proper sentence
construction and punctuation. You may write your answers on a separate sheet of paper or at the back of your answer sheet.

[PE]

Situation: Angel is an obese person. She eats fatty and sweet foods in fast food restaurants most of the time. In her
house, she is always watching Television and does not have any physical activities.

Questions:

a. What do you think will happen to Angel if she continues her lifestyle?
b. How do lifestyle affects the health of an individual?

[HEALTH]

There are several health products that you can in the market today. Some of these products can be beneficial or hazardous to you
and to others.

Question: How can you ensure that the products you buy is safe, reliable and effective?
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region VI – Western Visayas
MOSTRO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Mostro, Anilao, Iloilo

FIRST QUARTER ASSESSMENT (MAPEH 10)