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Third Grade (Grade 3) Musical Notation Questions

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Grade 3 Musical Notation
What does a quarter rest mean?
  1. Be quiet for 1 beat
  2. Play for 3 beats
  3. Be quiet for 2 beats
  4. Play for 4 beats
Grade 3 Musical Notation
This note is D?
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 3 Musical Notation
Name this note                 [eighth note]                
Grade 3 Musical Notation
In 4/4 time, there are        four        beats per measure.
Grade 3 Musical Notation
Dynamics are:
  1. the speed of the beat
  2. how loud or quiet the music is
  3. the overall plan of the music
Grade 3 Musical Notation
The spaces of the treble staff are:
  1. A,B,C,D
  2. A,C,E,G
  3. F,A,C,E
  4. F,A,D,E
Grade 3 Musical Notation
In 2/4 time there are        two         beats per measure.
Grade 3 Musical Notation
When music is marked with piano, or "p", it means:
  1. loud
  2. slow
  3. soft
Grade 3 Musical Notation
In 6/8 time, there are       six       beats per measure.
Grade 3 Musical Notation
A time signature tells the musician:
  1. how many beats are in the song.
  2. how long it will take to play.
  3. how many beats are in a measure.
Grade 3 Musical Notation
What does a crescendo tell the musician?
  1. To get softer
  2. To get louder
  3. To rest
Grade 3 Musical Notation
                is the space on a staff between two bar lines.
  1. A Meter
  2. A Measure
  3. A Note
  4. A Staff
Grade 3 Musical Notation
The tempo of a song tells us how                 to play or sing.
  1. loud or soft
  2. long or short
  3. fast or slow
  4. high or low
Grade 3 Musical Notation
A coda is:
  1. a short section added to end a song or piece
  2. at the beginning of a piece
  3. in the middle of a song or piece
Grade 3 Musical Notation
Dynamics in music tell us:
  1. how fast or slow to play/sing
  2. how loud or soft to play/sing
  3. to play a solo
Grade 3 Musical Notation
Forte, or "f" means:
  1. soft
  2. loud
  3. slow
Grade 3 Musical Notation
What does a descrescendo tell the musician?
  1. To get louder
  2. To get softer
  3. To play faster
Grade 3 Musical Notation
What is the symbol called at the beginning of a music staff?
  1. Time Signature
  2. Bar Line
  3. Treble Clef
Grade 3 Musical Notation
Accompaniment is:
  1. to sing without instruments
  2. the music in the background
  3. the music in an opera
Grade 3 Musical Notation
An ostinato pattern does NOT repeat.
  1. True
  2. False
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