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Question 1: These became the basis of the ________ system.
E (musical note)A (musical note)B (musical note)Solfège

Question 2: Notes that belong to the diatonic scale relevant in the context are sometimes called diatonic notes; notes that do not meet that criterion are then sometimes called ________ notes.
SemitoneChord (music)Diatonic and chromaticInterval (music)

Question 3: Any note is an ________ of half-steps away from middle A (A4).
Field (mathematics)Rational numberIntegerNatural number

Question 4: Since the physical causes of music are vibrations of mechanical systems, they are often measured in ________ (Hz), with 1 Hz = 1 complete vibration per second.
VoltJouleHertzPascal (unit)

Question 5: The frequency of the note (f) (assuming ________) is then:
Equal temperamentJust intonationBohlen–Pierce scalePitch class

Question 6: The eighth note, or ________ is given the same name as the first, but has double its frequency.
OctaveInterval (music)FifteenthSemitone

Question 7: Systematic alterations to the seven lettered pitches in the scale can be indicated by placing the symbols in the ________, which then apply implicitly to all occurrences of corresponding notes.
Key signatureMusical scaleSemitoneMusical mode

Question 8: The ________ system for electronic musical instruments and computers uses a straight count starting with note 0 for C-1 at 8.1758 Hz up to note 127 for G9 at 12,544 Hz.
Bus (computing)Universal Serial BusMusical Instrument Digital InterfaceEIA-422

Question 9: Music notation systems have used letters of the ________ for centuries.
Arabic alphabetGreek alphabetAlphabetLatin alphabet

Question 10: The current "standard pitch" or modern "________" for this note is 440 Hz, although this varies in actual practice (see History of pitch standards).
SemitonePitch (music)Musical notationOctave







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