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SCHOOL YEAR 2017-2018



Name: ________________________________ Score: __________________________

Section: _______________________________ Date: _________________________
Teacher: Allan Michael R. Estrella__________ Parents Signature: _______________


1. Read all the statements very carefully.

2. Use black ball pen in answering the questions.
3. Avoid glancing and asking from your classmates.

I. SKILLED TESTED: Knowledge and Understanding

DIRECTIONS: Analyze the following statements then write TRUE if the statement is correct and FALSE if it
is incorrect. (10 pts.)

T____________ 1. One f the highlights of renaissance Period is Polyphony.

F____________ 2. Sackbut, shawm and oboe are first instruments were introduced in secular music of Medieval.
F____________ 3. Music of the Medieval Period was base on Madrigals.
T____________ 4. The melismatic Chants are the most ornate chant of Gregorian chants.
T____________ 5. Classical Music is likely to be enjoyed by many future generations because it is written and
cannot be forgotten.
T____________ 6. Dynamic contrast is one of the characteristic of Baroque music.
F____________ 7. One of the characteristics of Baroque Music is melodies are easy to sing.
F____________ 8. Neumatic Notation is the way of writing music during Baroque Period.
T____________ 9. Flute and Recorder are popular wind instruments in the renaissance music.
T____________ 10. Johann Sebastian Bach is Medieval Music composer.


SKILLS TESTED: Knowledge and Analysis
DIRECTIONS: Choose the letter of the correct answer and write the letter of the correct answer on the space
___ 1. It is a period where learning, exploration and achievements are highly valued.
a. Renaissance Period b. Romantic Period c. Iron Age d. Cretaceous Period
___ 2. It is a form of aristocratic entertainment which known for its beautiful poetry and word painting.
a. Gamelan b. Madrigals c. Surrealism d. Beat
___ 3. What do you call to the music that is made for God, worship, religious gathering and for the church?
a. Pop Music b. Rock Music c. Folk Music d. Sacred Music
___ 4. It is a vocal genre that can stand alone without the accompaniment of instrument.
a. A Cappella b. Choir c. Orchestra d. Brass Band
___ 5. Who is the famous Renaissance music composer who composed 100 masses as well as madrigals and motet?
a. Lea Salonga b. Ryan Cayabyab c. Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina d. Bernstein
___ 6. What do you call to the Renaissance Ensemble which composed of instruments from one family?
a. Whole Consort b. Violins c. Cymbals d. Trumpet.
___ 7. What do you call to the Renaissance Ensemble which composed of instruments from different family?
a. Broken Consort b. Trumpet c. Violins d. Cymbals
___ 8. It is a period which the music was based on plain song (Chant)
a. Ancient Greece b. Renaissance Period c. 20th century music d. Surrealism
___ 9. What do you call to the people who went around countryside making a living by singing and playing musical
instruments in Medieval Period?
a. Trouvadours and Trouveres b. Conductor c. Percussion Players d. Mini Singer
___ 10. He is a French poet, musician and composer who is history maker in the world of music during Medieval
a. Franz Liszt b. Adam de la Halle c. Martin Luther d. Beethoven
___ 11. It is a system of writing the music during the Medieval Period.
a. Calligraphic Notation b. Baroque Notation c. Neumatic Notation d. Tablature Notation
___ 12. It is an art music produced or rooted in the tradition of the Western Music, including both Liturgical
(Religious) and Secular Music?
a. Pop Music b. Rock Music c. Electronic Music d. Classical Music
___ 13. It is a Period of artistic style that used exaggerated motion and clear, easily interpreted details to produced
drama, tension, exuberance and grandeur in sculpture.
a. Cretaceous period b. Modern Period c. Baroque Period d. Primitivism
___ 14. It is a form of orchestral Music that employs a solo instrument accompanied by orchestra.
a. Concerto b. Sonata Allegro c. Fugue d. Madrigals
___ 15. A form of Orchestral Music during the Baroque Period where in the Music between a small group of solo
instruments called concertino and whole orchestra called the TUTTI.
a. Fugue b. Concerto Grosso c. Marching Band d. Rock Band
___ 16. The word Baroque was derived from the Portuguese word _______.
a. Muang Thai b. Gamelan c. Barocco d. Javanese Gamelan
___ 17. What is the timeline of Medieval Period?
a. 1990 1999 b. 1965 1989 c. 1945 1970 d. 400AD 1400
___ 18. What do you call on the music that consists of three or four melodies (multiple independent melodic line)?
a. Polyphonic Music b. Homophonic Music c. Pop Music d. Psychedelic Music
___ 19. Time line of Baroque Period is.
a. 1900 2000 b. 2000 2300 c. 1600 1750 d. 1900 1945
___ 20. He was the Greatest Composer of the Baroque Period which wrote over 1000 pieces of Music.
a. Johann Sebastian Bach b. Pachelbel c. Maurice Ravel d. Poulenc

SKILLS TESTED: Knowledge and Application
DIRECTION: Enumerate what is being asked.

Five musical ornamentation of Baroque Music (5pts)

Trills _____________________

Mordent _____________________

Acciaccaturas _____________________

Appoggiatura _____________________

Turn _____________________
Name the Six Periods of Western World (6 pts.)

Medieval Period ___________________________

Renaissance Period ___________________________

Baroque Period ___________________________

Classical Period ___________________________

Romantic Period ___________________________

Modern Period ___________________________


SKILLS TESTED: Analysis and Understanding

DIRECTIONS: Match the different music to where they belong. Write the letter of the correct answer on the
space provided. Some choices can use twice and others may not. (4 pts.)

___ 1. Polyphony a. Baroque

___ 2. Gregorian Chant b. Romantic Period

___ 3. Concerto c. Medieval

___ 4. Fugue d. Renaissance

SKILLS TESTED: Synthesis and Evaluation
DIRECTION: Answer the question below in not less than five sentences. (5 pts.)

1. In what ways can a Dilimanian promote the music of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque? Cite three
specific situations where you can use the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music.