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Catanauan National High School

Catanauan, Quezon

Second Periodical Examination


Name: ___________________________________ Score: _______________

Year/Section: ______________________________ Date: ________________

I.Multiple Choice: Choose the correct answer from the words listed below. Write the correct answer on the blank.

Zither Balafon Flutes Agogo

Ocarina Atingting Kon Tarkas Djembre
Conch Shekere Lute Rasp
Lamellaohone Body Percussion Talking Drum Whisle

____________1. It is a West African xylophone. It is a pitched percussion instrument with bars made from logs or
____________2. A single bell or multiple bells that had its origins in traditional Yoruba music.
____________3. These are slit gongs used to communicate between villages.
____________4. One of the best-known African drums .
____________5. Is a type of gourd and shell megaphone from West Africa, consisting of a dried gourd with
woven into a net covering the gourd.
____________6. Hand percussion instrument whose sound is produced by scraping the notches on a piece of wood.
____________7. Africans frequently use their bodies as musical instruments.
____________8. Used to send messages to announce births, deaths, marriages, sporting events, dances, initiation,
or war.
____________9. One of the most popular African percussion instruments which is a set of plucked tongues or keys
mounted on a sound board.
___________10. Originating from the Arabic states, is shaped like the modern guitar and played in similar fashion.
___________11. Is a wind instrument made from a seashell usually of a large sea snail.
___________12. Are vertical duct flutes with a mouthpiece similar to that of a recorder, used during the rainy season.
___________13. It was an ancient vessel flute made of clay or ceramic with four to 12 finger holes and a mouthpiece
that projected from the body.
___________14. These are widely used throughout Africa and either vertical or side-blown.
___________15. It is a stringed instrument with varying sizes and shapes whose strings are stretched along its body.

II. Enumeration: Enumerate the following:

A. Classification of Traditional African Instruments (1-3)
B. Influences of Latin American Music (4-6)
C. Incan Instruments (7-8)
D. Andean Instruments (9-10)