The Full Wiki

Bar (music): Quiz

Advertisements
  
  

Question 1: Typically, a piece consists of several bars of the same length, and in modern musical notation the number of beats in each bar is specified at the beginning of the score by a ________ (such as 3/4).
Meter (music)HarmonyTime signatureRhythm

Question 2: The term was coined by ________.
Harold PowersEdward T. ConeMilton BabbittBenjamin Boretz

Question 3: Hypermeasures must be larger than a notated bar, perceived as a unit, consist of a pattern of strong and weak beats, and along with adjacent hypermeasures, which must be of the same length, create a sense of ________.
Time signatureMeter (music)TonalityRhythm

Question 4: A hypermeasure, large-scale or high-level measure, or measure-group is a metric unit in which, generally, each regular measure is one beat (actually ________) of a larger meter.
Time signatureRhythmBeat (music)Meter (music)

Question 5: In ________, a bar (or measure) is a segment of time defined as a given number of beats of a given duration.
Music theoryClassical musicMusical scaleMusical notation







Advertisements









Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message