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Question 1: Chordophones, such as the piano or ________, produce sound by vibrating strings; they are sorted into zithers, keyboard chordophones, lyres, harps, lutes, and bowed chordophones.
Double bassConcertoCelloViolin

Question 2: Most makers of musical instruments specialize in one genre of instruments; for example, a ________ makes only stringed instruments.
LuthierSeven-string guitarElectric guitarGuitar

Question 3: ________ instruments: Bassoon, English Horn, Baritone Saxophone, Baritone Horn, Bass Clarinet, Cello, Euphonium, bass trombone

Question 4: ________. Retrieved 2008-09-30.
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture GardenSmithsonian InstitutionArts and Industries BuildingNational Museum of American History

Question 5: Tubular drums, stick zithers named ________, short fiddles, double and triple flutes, coiled trumpets, and curved India horns emerged in this time period.
Carnatic musicTelugu languageRamayanaVeena

Question 6: Aerophones, such as the pipe organ or ________, produce sound by vibrating columns of air; they are sorted into free aerophones, flutes, organs, reedpipes, and lip-vibrated aerophones.
OboeCor anglais (English horn)BassoonOboe d'amore

Question 7: Musical instrument development was dominated by the Western Occident from 1400 on—indeed, the most profound changes occurred during the ________ period.
BaroqueRenaissanceItalian RenaissanceWestern art history

Question 8: Bass instruments: ________, Bass Saxophone, double bass, tuba
Oboe d'amoreContrabassoonCor anglais (English horn)Oboe

Question 9: [7] The graves to which these instruments were related have been ________ to between 2600 and 2500 BCE, providing evidence that these instruments were being used in Sumeria by this time.
Isotope geochemistryRadiometric datingRadiocarbon datingGeologic time scale

Question 10: [91] Bowed instruments such as the violin, ________, baryton, and various lutes dominated popular music.
Chamber musicCelloViolaDouble bass


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