Filipino folk music: Quiz

Question 1: Traditional Music in the Philippines, like the ________ of other countries, reflects the life of common folk, mainly living in rural areas rather than urban ones.
Folk musicTraditional musicCeltic musicElectric folk

Question 2: Dance Music falling under this category may also be called Habanera, Jota, Fandango, ________, Curacha, etc.
PolkaFolk danceHip-hop danceViennese Waltz

Question 3: It is rarely taught in Elementary school, as in ________, aside from Children's songs.
Northern IrelandIrelandWalesIrish people

Question 4: Though the Spanish used in the Philippines is generally called ________, it is intelligible to anyone who can understand Castilian.
Tausug languageChavacano languageFilipino languageIlokano language

Question 5: This collection also included some songs aimed to promote National Identity, like the National Anthem of the Philippines, the Philippines Our Native Land and even Philippines the Beautiful and adaptation of ________.
Any Day Now (1962 song)Adeste FidelesAmerica the BeautifulHeartbreak Hotel

Question 6: But even though vocal music falling under this category is regarded to have a wide range, as most of them stretch more than an ________, they are still considered singable even for an average singer.
FifteenthInterval (music)OctaveSemitone

Question 7: However, much of it employs the ________ rather than the more famous pentatonic scale.
Chromatic scaleMusical scaleMajor scaleDiatonic scale

Question 8: Some Philippine rock icons from the 1970s tried to record ________.
Pete SeegerWoody GuthrieElectric folkFolk music

Question 9: Attempts have been made to collect and preserve Traditional Philippine Music but most of them focus only on the ________ form.
Human voiceSingingVocal rangeVocal pedagogy

Question 10: The 'Huluna of Bauan', from ________, is the paramount example of this form of music.
Batangas CityBatangasManilaPhilippines

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