Cultural And Creative Art

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  • 1. 

    Tap on the play button to listen attentively. 

  • 2. 

    Music is an art of creating and making pleasant and organized sounds using the human voice or musical instruments. ​​​​​​ Its can also be defined as a sacred art. This means that music is used for worship in holy places such as churches, mosques, temples and shrines. Most importantly, music is a universal language. This means that people appreciate and sing songs that are composed in languages that are not their own. For example. A Yoruba man can sing a song in Igbo , idoma, Hausa, Edo or tiv languages. SOURCES OF MUSIC  The main source of music is sound. Sound can be defined as things we can hear. It can be produced in the following ways 1. With the human voice 2. By playing musical instruments 3. By striking two objects together 4. By animals, thunder, wind, birds cars, aeroplanes and so on.  Sources of sounds There are two main sources of sound 1. Natural sources 2. Artificial sources  1. Natural sources This is when sound is produced naturally. Example . the human voice or sounds made by animals, winds , thunders, birds, insect, waterfall etc. 2. Artificial sources This is regarded as man made sources of sound. Examples are sound of musical instruments, cars, radio, train, television, aeroplanes etc There are two types of sounds 1. Organized sound  2. Unorganized sound NOISE Noise is an unorganized sound that is unpleasant to the ear. It is characterised by its indefinite, irregular and unequal sound. Examples of noise are : shouting, crying, many people talking at the same time, playing musical instruments without a rhythm, blarring of horns and so on. Difference between Noise and music Music NOISE Organized unorganized  Regular irregular  Definite indefinite  DO THESE  Use your exercise book to write the above notes.  ASSIGNMENT  Choose the correct answer from the alternatives.   

  • 3. 

    Mr. Patrick  Stay safe 

  • 4. 

    The following are sources of sound except_______

    • A.

      Plants

    • B.

      Birds 

    • C.

      Cars

    • D.

      Thunder

    Correct Answer
    A. Plants
    Explanation
    Plants do not produce sound. While birds, cars, and thunder are all sources of sound, plants do not have the ability to generate sound waves.

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  • 5. 

    The main source of music is________

    • A.

      Sound

    • B.

      Plant

    • C.

      Art

    • D.

      School 

    Correct Answer
    A. Sound
    Explanation
    The main source of music is sound. Sound waves are created by various musical instruments and vocal cords, which produce vibrations that travel through the air and reach our ears. These vibrations are then interpreted by our brain as music. While plants, art, and school may have indirect influences on music, sound is the fundamental element that gives rise to the auditory experience we perceive as music.

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  • 6. 

    Music is use in the following places except______

    • A.

      Hell fire 

    • B.

      Mosques

    • C.

      Shrines

    • D.

      Churches 

    Correct Answer
    A. Hell fire 
    Explanation
    Music is used in mosques, shrines, and churches as a form of religious expression and worship. However, hell fire is not a place where music is traditionally used or associated with.

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  • 7. 

    __________is a universal language. 

    • A.

      Music 

    • B.

      Hausa 

    • C.

      Igbo 

    • D.

      Yoruba 

    Correct Answer
    A. Music 
    Explanation
    Music is often referred to as a universal language because it has the ability to transcend cultural and linguistic barriers. It can evoke emotions and communicate messages without the need for words, allowing people from different backgrounds to connect and understand each other on a deeper level. Music is a powerful form of expression that can be appreciated and enjoyed by people from all walks of life, making it truly universal.

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  • 8. 

    The sources of sound are mainly________

    • A.

      2

    • B.

      3

    • C.

      6

    • D.

      5

    Correct Answer
    A. 2
  • 9. 

    ________is an artificial source of sound. 

    • A.

      Car

    • B.

      Wind

    • C.

      Waterfall 

    • D.

      Insect

    Correct Answer
    A. Car
    Explanation
    A car is an artificial source of sound because it is a man-made vehicle that produces sound through its engine, exhaust system, and other mechanical components. When the car is in motion, it creates noise from the movement of its tires on the road, the engine running, and other mechanical operations. Therefore, a car can be considered as an artificial source of sound.

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  • 10. 

    The natural source of sound ________

    • A.

      Animal sound

    • B.

      Trains sound 

    • C.

      Radio sound 

    • D.

      Aeroplane sound

    Correct Answer
    A. Animal sound
    Explanation
    The natural source of sound refers to sounds that occur in nature without human intervention. Animal sound is a natural source of sound as it is produced by animals as a means of communication, mating, or warning signals. Trains sound, radio sound, and aeroplane sound are not natural sources of sound as they are man-made and require human technology to produce.

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  • 11. 

    ________is an unorganized sound that is unpleasant to the ear. 

    • A.

      Noise 

    • B.

      Natural 

    • C.

      Artificial 

    • D.

      Music 

    Correct Answer
    A. Noise 
    Explanation
    Noise is an unorganized sound that is unpleasant to the ear. It can be characterized by its lack of rhythm or melody, and it often disrupts or interferes with other sounds. Noise can be caused by various sources such as machinery, traffic, construction, or even people talking loudly. It is generally considered undesirable and can be irritating or harmful to human health.

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  • 12. 

    What is of these is the different between music and noise? 

    • A.

      Irregular noise 

    • B.

      Irregular music 

    • C.

      Irregular horn

    • D.

      Irregular instrument

    Correct Answer
    A. Irregular noise 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Irregular noise. Music and noise can both be irregular in terms of rhythm or sound patterns, but the main difference is that music is intentional and organized, while noise is typically random and chaotic. Irregular horn and irregular instrument do not accurately describe the difference between music and noise, as they both can be part of music or noise depending on how they are used.

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  • 13. 

    A crying child makes________sound.

    • A.

      Noise 

    • B.

      Music 

    • C.

      Regular 

    • D.

      Definite

    Correct Answer
    A. Noise 
    Explanation
    A crying child makes noise. Noise refers to any unwanted or unpleasant sound, and the sound produced by a crying child can be considered as noise because it is often loud, disruptive, and can cause discomfort to those around.

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