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Department of Education Region IX, Zamboanga Peninsula Division of Zamboanga AYALA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Ayala, Zamboanga City MAPEH 8 - Summative 1 - Quarter 2 Music - Module 1 - Week 1, Module 2 - Week 2 NAME: ____________________________________________ DATE: ____________________ GRADE & SECTION: ________________________________ SCORE: __________________ Multiple Choice Directions: Read and understand the questions carefully. Choose the correct answer and write the letter of your choice on the space provided. ______ 1. What is the tonality of Chinese music? a. Diatonic b. Harmonic c. Melodic d. Pentatonic ______ 2. Which of the following musical instrument has an extended dynamic range and remarkable expressive power? a. Dizi b. Erhu c. Pipa d. Yueqin ______ 3. It is used as a solo instrument. a. Dizi b. Erhu c. Pipa d. Yueqin ______ 4. Which of the following traditional Chinese songs has a beautifully gentle and lyrical melody? a. Arirang b. Mahori c. Mo Li Hua d. Sakura ______ 5. Which of the following is the traditional song of China? a. Arirang b. Mahori c. Mo Li Hua d. Sakura ______ 6. It is a moon-shaped lute with a shorter neck and four strings. a. Dizi b. Erhu c. Pipa d. Yueqin ______ 7. How many notes are there in an octave of a pentatonic scale? a. 1 b. 5 c. 7 d. 12 ______ 8. How is Chinese music described? a. It is slow in b. It is gentle and c. It is slow and d. It is meditative tempo. lyrical. melancholic. and highly ritualized. ______ 9. Which of the following is the chosen musical instrument of Breten, goddess of music, poetry, and education in Shinto? a. Biwa b. Erhu c. Pipa d. Yueqin _____ 10. A Japanese folk song depicting spring. a. Arirang b. Jasmine c. Mahori d. Sakura _____ 11. Which flute is the most famous in Japan? a. Piri b. Shakuhachi c. Shinobue d. Sho _____ 12. What Japanese musical instrument originated from China? a. Changgo b. Odaiko c. Pengling d. Shinobue _____ 13. It is a Japanese board zither with 13 strings and movable bridges. a. Biwa b. Koto c. Odaiko d. Tsuzumi _____ 14. How is Japanese musical timing described? a. Slow in b. Syncopated c. Based on human d. Based on tempo timing breathing mathematical timing _____ 15. It is an important aspect of Korean music. a. Used for b. Concerned c. Used music to d. Used music in aesthetics with territorial help augments Shamanistic and disputes business Buddhist traditions _____ 16. What group of instruments will sound through the vibration of strings? a. Aerophone b. Chordophone c. Idiophone d. Membranophone

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_____ 17. What materials did these ancient musical instruments of Japan, China, and Korea were made from? a. From artifacts b. Crafted from c. Imported from d. From abundant stone other countries and available materials of the said countries _____ 18. How did the musical instruments of Japan, China, and Korea get classified into different groups? a. According to the b. According to c. According on d. According on way it is played the materials method of how it method of how it made produces sound produces sound and the way it is played _____ 19. How is the Arirang song classified? a. LoveSong b. Spring Song c. Farewell Song d. Welcome Song _____ 20. How is the music of Korea described? a. Has light rhythms b. Has husky c. Has a dull melody d. Has bright melodies rhythms and melodies Keep Safe Always… God Bless… Prepared by: Amelita R.M. Carlos Jeffrey O. Francisco Ma. Cristina L. Quirante Jenny Nadia G. Atalan Christian Jay L. Lozada