# Find Your Current Music Level: Quiz!

32 Questions | Total Attempts: 748  Settings  Are you ready to find your current music level? Do you think you can pass this quiz? This quiz involves comprehension of how long a whole note in 4/4 time is, how many quarter notes equal a dotted half note, how many eighth notes equal two half notes, and how many quarters equal three whole notes triplets, or three whole notes in a triplet group. This remarkable quiz will help you find out where you stand musically.

• 1.
Notes Duration. How long is a Whole Note in 4/4 Time?
• A.

4 beats

• B.

2 beats

• C.

1 beat

• D.

8 beats

• E.

None of the above

• 2.
Notes Duration. How many quarter notes equal a dotted half note?
• A.

1 quarter

• B.

2 quarters

• C.

3 quarters

• D.

4 quarters

• E.

5 quarters

• 3.
Notes Duration. How many eighth notes equal 2 half notes?
• A.

4 eighths

• B.

10 eighths

• C.

12 eighths

• D.

8 eighths

• E.

6 eighths

• 4.
Notes Duration. How many sixteenths equal 2 dotted quarters?
• A.

4 sixteenths

• B.

2 sixteenths

• C.

10 sixteenths

• D.

12 sixteenths

• E.

9 sixteenths

• 5.
Notes Duration. How many quarters equal 3 whole notes triplets (that's 3 whole notes in one triplet group)?
• A.

9 quarters

• B.

7 quarters

• C.

8 quarters

• D.

21 quarters

• E.

52 quarters

• 6.
Notes Duration. How many eighths equal 6 thirty seconds in a sextuplet?
• A.

9 eighths

• B.

2 eighths

• C.

4 eighths

• D.

3 eighths

• E.

1 eighth

• 7.
Time Signatures. What note duration takes the beat in common time?
• A.

The whole note

• B.

The quarter note

• C.

The eighth note

• D.

The half note

• E.

None of the above

• 8.
Time Signatures. What note duration takes the beat in alla breve time signature?
• A.

The whole note

• B.

The quarter note

• C.

The half note

• D.

The eighth note

• E.

None of the above

• 9.
Time Signatures. How many eighths are in a 12/8 measure?
• A.

12

• B.

8

• C.

4

• D.

3

• E.

1.5

• 10.
Time Signatures. What type of meter is 9/8?
• A.

Simple duple

• B.

Simple triple

• C.

Compound duple

• D.

Compound triple

• E.

All of the above

• 11.
Time Signatures. Which of these is an invalid time signature?
• A.

5/8

• B.

3/32

• C.

1/1

• D.

⅔/4

• E.

All of the above are valid time signatures

• 12.
Harmony and intervals. A major triad is: __________
• A.

A 3 note chord

• B.

A minor 3rd with a perfect 4th on top

• C.

A perfect 4th with a major 3rd on top

• D.

A mayor 3rd with a minor 3rd on top

• E.

All of the above

• 13.
Harmony and intervals. In music intervals, you can say that 3+3 = 5 is valid.
• A.

False

• B.

Only if you don't know how to add

• C.

No way!

• D.

Of course

• E.

All of the above

• 14.
Harmony and intervals. An inversion of a major interval is a ___________
• A.

• B.

A minor interval

• C.

• D.

A diminished interval

• E.

Another major interval

• 15.
Harmony and intervals. An inversion of 2nd is a _____________
• A.

2nd

• B.

3nd

• C.

6th

• D.

7th

• E.

Unison

• 16.
Harmony and intervals. a tritone is a __________
• A.

Perfect 3rd

• B.

Major 4th or minor 5th

• C.

Perfect 4 or perfect 5th

• D.

Augmented 5th or diminished 4th

• E.

Augmented 4th or diminished 5th

• 17.
Harmony and intervals. V7 is _________
• A.

Dominant

• B.

Tonic

• C.

Sub-Domninant

• D.

Sub-Tonic

• E.

Hiper-Tonic

• 18.
Harmony and intervals. V7/ii is ______________
• A.

Dominant

• B.

Sub-Tonic

• C.

Sub-Dominant

• D.

Tonic

• E.

Super-tonic

• 19.
Harmony and intervals. in the key of C, V7/iii is ____
• A.

C7

• B.

B7

• C.

Ab7

• D.

F7

• E.

G7

• 20.
Harmony and intervals. Which is the correct ii-7 V7 I progression in Bb major?
• A.

D-7 A7 Bb

• B.

F-7 F7 Bb

• C.

C-7 B7 Bb

• D.

C-7 F7 Bb

• E.

Eb-7 F7 Bb

• 21.
The most important reason a subV7 chord is a good substitute for the V7 is because _______
• A.

They are the same chord with a different name

• B.

They share the same tritone

• C.

They are both dominants

• D.

They are both dominants and they share the same root

• E.

All of the above

• 22.
The Neapolitan 6th is the ________ chord in the first inversion.
• A.

BIII

• B.

Vi minor

• C.

IV

• D.

BII

• E.

#IV

• 23.
Harmony and intervals. The Gr+6 chord (German sixth) is usually followed by the ___________ to avoid parallel 5ths
• A.

V6

• B.

I6

• C.

Ii

• D.

IV

• E.

I64

• 24.
Scales and Modes. A major scale is made of __________ different tones.
• A.

6

• B.

5

• C.

8

• D.

7

• E.

None of the above

• 25.
Scales and Modes. The Ionian scale is the same as the ______ scale.
• A.

Harmonic minor

• B.

Major

• C.

Lydian

• D.

Melodic minor

• E.

Natural minor

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