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When accented notes are played between, rather than on, regular beats, the effect is

Question

6. When accented notes are played between, rather than on, regular beats, the effect is

called

A. syncopation. B. upbeat. C. compound meter. D. regular meter.

7. Which of the following is an example of binary form?

A. ABA B. A beginning (A) section followed by a contrasting (B) section C. A beginning (A) section followed by a contrasting (B) section, and ending with a repeated but shorter version of the beginning (A) section D. ABCBA

8. Compositions used for religious ceremonies in the early Christian Church were called

A. motets. B. dance music. C. Gregorian chants. D. troubadour songs.

9. The highest point in a melody is called the

A. frequency. B. cadence. C. allegro. D. climax.

10. Why might a composer use notes outside of the key of the song?

A. To create drama B. To evoke a feeling of peace C. To end a piece of music with a sense of arriving at home D. To resolve tension

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