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Adventist University of the Philippines

ACADEMY
Puting Kahoy,Silang, Cavite
MUSIC Gr. 8
THIRD GRADING PERIOD
Prepared by: Mr. Cyril O. Punay

Name:_____________________________________Section:______________________ Date:_____________

Testing Rm: ____________________________Proctor:__________________________Score:____________

Direction: MULTIPLE CHOICE: Read the statement carefully and shade the letter that corresponds to your answer in
the answer sheet.

1. . How does the kinnor and nebel differ?


A. Size and height C. Size and strings
B.. Weight and height D. Weight and strings
2.. All are influences that came from Middle East, except:
A. Homophonic texture C.. Nasal
B. Pop and rock from Greek D. Use of Minor keys
3. Why is the Hymn of Shiva considered as an important song to the Indians?
A. A song with spiritual content. C. A song for temple music.
B. Symbolizes their patriotism. D. Used for rituals.
4. What Indian instrument is commonly used in religious songs?
A. Ghungroo C. Khartal
B. Pungi D. Sitar
5. Why is the Hindustani music called North Indian classical music?
A. Emphasize more on ensembles. C. Emphasize more on instrumental music.
B. Emphasize more on religious music. D. Emphasize more on vocal music.
6. What is not a musical characteristic of Hindustani Music?
A. The fast elaboration of raga. C. The practice of non-metric system.
B. The use of the raga system. D. The use of tala.
7. Why is India known as the land of spirituality and philosophy?
A. Focuses more on spiritual songs. C. It was the birthplace of some religions.
B. Music and religion are closely connected. D. None of the above.
8. All of these are the major religions of the world, except:
A. Buddhism C. Islam
B. Jainism D. Sikhism
9. Why is it that the Carnatic Music of India is the same as the Devotional Music of Israel?
A. Both is more on instrumental music.
B. Both is more on instrumental and vocal music.
C. Both is more on religious music.
D. Both is more on vocal music
10. What instrument is used as the primary rhythmic accompaniment in a Carnatic music ensemble?
A. Damaru C. Maddale
B. Mridanga D. Tabla
11.Why is the melody and the music of Israel touches the inner soul of people?
A. Lyrics relate to the Israeli experiences. C. Music was used for passage events.
B. Use of minor keys for their songs. D. Used it for ceremonies.
12. What is the theme of Israel’s national anthem?
A. Patriotism.
B. Their hope to return to the land of their forefathers.
C. Their love for their country.
D. None of the above
13. Statements below are Indian music elements, except:
A. Use of narrow range in melody. C. Use of nasal voice.
B. Use of strong off beats. D. Usually sung in slow tempo.
14. In what way does the harmony and texture of Indian music and Israel music similar?
A. Heterophonic/highly ornamented C. Heterophonic/melismatic ornamented
B. Homophonic/highly ornamented D. Homophonic/melismatic ornamented
15.Why is music important to Israel?
A. Important as a reinforcement of their identity.
B. Important as the meaning of songs.
C. Important as their religion.
D. None of the above.
16 Why are there different types of talas?
A. Each has different beats. C. Each has different rhythmic mood.
B. Each has different styles. D. Each has different tempos.
17. These are musical characteristics of Hindustani Music, except:
A. They are based on the raga system. C. They use tala.
B. They start with a fast elaboration of raga. D. They practice non-metric system.
18. Why is Indian music close to most rituals in Indian religions?
A. Mostly present in different musical activities.
B. Mostly present on poetic contents.
C. Mostly present on spiritual contents.
D. Mostly present in temple music.
19. What Indian instrument is used by snake charmers in street performances?
A. Bansuri C. Pungi
B. Shenai D. Shruti Upanga
20. It is a vocal music in India that is used for pedagogic purposes.
A. Gangal C. Swarmlika
B. Tamil Nad D. Vijaya
21. This symbol was commonly used in the Biblical times.
A. Star of Abraham C. Star of David
B. Star of Jacob D. Star of Moses
22. It is an instrument used by women while dancing in joyous occasions.
A. Hasosera C. Kinnor
B. Shofar D. Toph
23. It is a small two-headed drum made of wood with leather drumheads at both ends.
A. Damaru C. Mridanga
B. Shruti Upanga D. Tabla
24. One of the melodic modes used in traditional South Asian music genres such as Indian classical
music.
A. Tala C. Raga
B. Both A and B D. None of the above
25. A transverse flute with six or seven finger holes.
A. Bansuri C. Pungi
B. Shenai D. Shruti Upang
Adventist University of the Philippines
ACADEMY
Puting Kahoy,Silang, Cavite
MUSIC Gr. 8
THIRD GRADING PERIOD
Prepared by: Mr. Cyril O. Punay

Name:_____________________________________Section:______________________ Date:_____________

Testing Rm: ____________________________Proctor:__________________________Score:____________

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