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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
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
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
                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
What does a crescendo tell the musician?
  1. To get softer
  2. To get louder
  3. To rest
Grade 3 Musical Notation
In 6/8 time, there are       six       beats per measure.
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
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
A quarter note has one beat.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 3 Musical Notation
Forte, or "f" means:
  1. soft
  2. loud
  3. slow
Grade 3 Musical Notation
What are the names of the lines on the treble clef?
  1. e,g,b,d,f
  2. g,b,d,f,a
  3. c,e,g,a,c
  4. a,c,e,g,b
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
Accompaniment is:
  1. to sing without instruments
  2. the music in the background
  3. the music in an opera
Grade 3 Musical Notation
On the staff paper below, write in the following notations in order: eighth note, quarter note, dotted quarter note, half note, whole note, eighth rest, quarter rest, half rest, whole rest, and two beamed eighth notes.
Check your work to be sure you included everything.
Treble Clef Staff Paper
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