Vibraphone: Quiz

Question 1: ________: 4-mallet style improvisation / Post-Bop style Jazz.
Tommy Smith (saxophonist)Bob BergCharles MingusJoe Locke

Question 2: Later (October 16, 1930), Hampton was recording with ________ & His Sebastian New Cotton Club Orchestra, and the studio they were working in happened to have a vibraphone.
Louis ArmstrongDuke EllingtonCount BasieJazz

Question 3: Deagan, Inc., of ________, United States, although they called the instruments vibraharps.
ChicagoElmhurst, IllinoisBurr Ridge, IllinoisBlue Island, Illinois

Question 4:
Which of the following names does Vibraphone go by?
Essa Ru00EDos
Vibraharp, Vibes
Bobo Brown
Madama Devil

Question 5: The standard modern instrument has a range of three ________, from the F below middle C (F3 to F6 in scientific pitch notation).
FifteenthOctaveInterval (music)Semitone

Question 6:
Which of the following are related to Vibraphone?

Question 7: Gary Burton (at On Gary's Vic Firth Artist page, there is a video where Gary talks about his signature mallets and plays a ________.
JazzAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1896–1954)BluesAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)

Question 8: Double stops (two notes played simultaneously) are sometimes used, but mostly as a reinforcement of the main melodic line, similar to the usual use of double stops in solo ________ music.
CelloPlaying the violinMusical styles (violin)Violin

Question 9: For example, Musser has used the #2024-T4 product from ________.
AlcoaAT&TCaterpillar Inc.Boeing

Question 10: Results can be interesting, especially five-mallet playing where the left hand "comps" in three note voicings while the right hand plays melodic lines, similar to the popular ________ technique.
TimpaniPercussion instrumentPianoVibraphone

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