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Second Quarterly Examination

Name: _________________________________________________________ Level: ____________ Date: ______________________ Score: _________

I. Identification
DIRECTION: Identify the terms being described in the following sentences. Choose your answer from the words
inside the box below.
Patatag Ulibaw Saggeypo Tongali

Bad-iw Og-gayam Gangsa Gangsa-palook

Patangguk Salidumay Pagang Bunkaka

Gangsa Toppayya Tongatong Kolitong

Diwdiw-as Paldong Sulibaw Ethnic pop

____________________ 1. An Ibaloy or Ibaloi death ritual song that usually gives hope of gaining favors for the living
from the spirit-relatives.
____________________ 2. A song that is famous in Cordilleras that is usually sung by groups and for use in
____________________ 3. An Itneg song usually performed during festivals, weddings, peace agreements, harvest time or
even welcoming guests.
____________________ 4. A genre appeared in the Philippines that seeks to incorporate ethnic components in to modern
music culture.
____________________ 5. Old name for copper or brass.
____________________ 6. Bamboo buzzer that is played by striking the split end against the palm of the hand.
____________________ 7. Requires six or more men striking the inner side of the gongs with sticks allowing them to
____________________ 8. Set of six graduated gongs tied to the bells of six men who kneel down and lay their gongs in
their lap.
____________________ 9. Quill-shaped tube that is struck against a bamboo tube or piece of hard wood.
____________________ 10. Stamping tubes played by women in groups of six for healing rites.
____________________ 11. A leg xylophone that is a set of bamboo blades in graduated sizes.
____________________ 12. A stringed instrument made of a single bamboo.
____________________ 13. Jew’s harp that is a bamboo instrument made of thin, narrow strip of bamboo or brass.
____________________ 14. Panpipes that are played by both young and old women during leisure hours.
____________________ 15. Bamboo instruments that are played by both young and old women or men during relaxation
periods and socialization.
____________________ 16. A traditional bamboo lip-valley flute played by men for serenading, courting women or
passing by leisure time.
____________________ 17. Nose flute instrument that is normally played solo by men to woo women and for general
Nose flute instrument that is normally played solo by men to woo women and for general entertainment.
____________________ 18. Conical drum with skin head played by padded stick or tapping using open hands.
II. Error-Analysis Test
DIRECTION: Identify and cross-out the term that makes the sentence incorrect. Write the correct term on the space
_____________________ 19. Interlock is a stylistic device creating a resultant melody through the distribution of five or
more instruments.
_____________________ 20. Interlocking technique is the united and connected sounds of the different instruments.
_____________________ 21. Idiophone is the sound produced by air.
_____________________ 22. Membranophone is the sound produced by strings.
_____________________ 23. Idiophone is the sound produced by way of the instrument itself vibrating without the use f

III Matching Type

DIRECTION: Match column A with the corresponding term in column B. Write the letter of your answer on the
space provided.


________ 24. A traditional poetic expression of the

southern Mangyan with a meter of 7 syllable lines. A. Aruding
________ 25. Jew’s harp in Luzon B. Kalutang
________ 26. A 40 cm bamboo instrument from C. Ambahan
Mindoro D. Boss
________ 27. Consists of two light gongs played by two E. Batiwtiw
men squatting on the floor. F. Suling
________ 28. An instrument in Marinduque that is G. Ensemble
played by pairs. H. Pagang
________ 29. A transverse flute with five holes I. Lantoy
________ 30. A group producing sound J. Agung
________ 31. A knot-like bulge at the center of a gong K. Balitaw
________ 32. Musical instrument in Palawan which is a L. Baybayin
long bamboo tube with a very thin surface M. Pastores
________ 33. It literally means “to spell” which is one of
the Phil.’s ancient and traditional scripts.
________ 34. A Christmas song performed in Samar.
________ 35. An old Visayan folk song in which meter is
the same as the kundiman’s triple time but it proceeds
in a lifting and joyful manner.

III. Essay
DIRECTION: Answer the following question in not less than 5 sentences. (10 pts
36. What does music play in celebrations and why do we need to promote
and develop music?

Accuracy – 4
Technicalities/grammar – 3
Organization – 3
Total: 10 pts.