World Music: European
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What country is the Nykelharpa from?
How many holes does the Seljefloyte have?
How many strings does the Langeliek have?
What is the name of the 3-stringed European lute that comes in 5 sizes?
If you attach a double-reed mouthpiece to a cow's horn what instrument do you create?
lute and zither
The Bandura is a combination of what two instruments?
What do you call the Yiddish band that ususally consists of a clarinet, accordian, trumpet, trombone, piano and percussion?
Does the mandolin have single or double strings?
Two materials are used when making castanets. They are string and _____?
The "triple clarinet" uses one drone and two chanters to produce three pitches at once. What is it's other name?
The Lira uses what kind of tuning?
So you can play two notes at the same time.
Why does the Hackbrett have 3 bridges?
What instrument is considered a manual violin?
If someone were making intricate foot and leg motions while keeping their upper body stiff what would they be doing?
Do you pluck or strum a lute?
The Bodhran is a traditional Irish ______?
1st term test
Unit 3, Lesson 3
Choir - Music Terms
Music Terms for General Music
Beginning Choir Music Terms
Western Music: Comprehensive
World Music: African
World Music: North American
World Music: South American