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Zoomusicology: Quiz


Question 1: ________'s Treatise on the Influence of Melodies on the Souls of Animals in the 11th century was the earliest treatise dealing with the effects of music on animals.
AlhazenAl-KindiNasir al-Din al-TusiAbu Rayhan Biruni

Question 2: The icaros (sacred healing songs and chants) sung by ________ healers, or shamanic practitioners, among Amazonian tribes are evocative of many of the sounds of birds, animals and insects of the jungle.
MDMAPsychedelics, dissociatives and deliriantsDimethyltryptamineAyahuasca

Question 3: Zoomusicology is a field of ________ and zoology or more specifically, zoosemiotics.
MusicologyEthnomusicologyMusic historyMusic theory

Question 4: Zoomusicology may be distinguished from ________, the study of human music.
SociomusicologyClassical musicEthnomusicologyMusic education

Question 5: Zoomusicology is the study of the music of ________, or rather the musical aspects of sound or communication produced and received by animals.

Question 6: In the treatise, he demonstrates how a camel's pace could be hastened or retarded with the use of music, and shows other examples of how music can affect ________ and animal psychology, experimenting with horses, birds and reptiles.


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