Year 7 Performing Arts Exam

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Year 7 Performing Arts Exam - Quiz

This exam will cover all areas of performing arts- do the best you can!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    How many beats of music are in one bar?

    • A.

      4

    • B.

      6

    • C.

      12

    • D.

      8

    • E.

      2

    Correct Answer
    D. 8
    Explanation
    In music, a bar (also known as a measure) is a segment of time containing a specific number of beats. The most common time signature in music is 4/4, which means that there are four beats in one bar. However, there are different time signatures that can have a different number of beats in a bar, such as 3/4 (three beats) or 6/8 (six beats). In this case, the correct answer is 8, which means that there are eight beats in one bar.

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  • 2. 

    If there are 32 beats of music, how many bars are there?

    • A.

      6

    • B.

      8

    • C.

      2

    • D.

      12

    • E.

      4

    Correct Answer
    B. 8
    Explanation
    If there are 32 beats of music, and each bar typically contains 4 beats, then the number of bars can be calculated by dividing the total beats by the beats per bar. In this case, 32 divided by 4 equals 8, so there are 8 bars in the given music.

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  • 3. 

    Which of the following is a rock instrument?

    • A.

      Guitar

    • B.

      Triangle

    • C.

      Violin

    • D.

      Tambourine

    • E.

      Clarinet

    Correct Answer
    A. Guitar
    Explanation
    The guitar is a rock instrument because it is commonly used in rock music. It is often played with a pick and can produce a wide range of sounds, from soft and melodic to loud and distorted. The guitar is a versatile instrument that is essential to the rock genre, making it the correct answer in this context.

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  • 4. 

    Which of the following is a percussion instrument?

    • A.

      Recorder

    • B.

      Flute

    • C.

      Drums

    • D.

      Guitar

    • E.

      Piano

    Correct Answer
    C. Drums
    Explanation
    Drums are considered a percussion instrument because they produce sound by being struck or shaken. They consist of a hollow body or drumhead that vibrates when hit, creating sound waves. In contrast, the other options listed are not percussion instruments. The recorder and flute are woodwind instruments, producing sound by blowing air into them. The guitar and piano are string instruments, creating sound by plucking or striking strings.

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  • 5. 

    Which of the following is not a genre of music?

    • A.

      R 'n' B

    • B.

      Rock

    • C.

      Soul

    • D.

      Instrumental

    • E.

      Children's

    Correct Answer
    E. Children's
    Explanation
    R 'n' B, Rock, Soul, and Instrumental are all recognized genres of music. However, Children's is not considered a genre of music. While there are songs and albums specifically created for children, Children's music is not classified as a distinct genre in the same way that R 'n' B, Rock, Soul, and Instrumental are.

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  • 6. 

    Name the process of creating your own character in drama?

    • A.

      Improvisation

    • B.

      Role Creation

    • C.

      Pantomime

    • D.

      Role Taking

    • E.

      Role Play

    Correct Answer
    B. Role Creation
    Explanation
    Role creation refers to the process of developing and constructing a character in a drama. It involves the actor or performer using their imagination, research, and interpretation to bring the character to life. This includes understanding the character's background, motivations, and personality traits, as well as making choices about their physicality, voice, and mannerisms. Through role creation, the actor takes on the responsibility of bringing a unique and authentic portrayal of the character to the stage or screen.

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  • 7. 

    Pantomime means acting without...

    • A.

      Speaking

    • B.

      Laughing

    • C.

      Smiling

    • D.

      Crying

    • E.

      Stopping

    Correct Answer
    A. Speaking
    Explanation
    Pantomime is a form of acting where performers use only physical movements and gestures to convey emotions, actions, and stories. It is characterized by the absence of spoken words, making "Speaking" the correct answer. Pantomime relies solely on body language, facial expressions, and movements to communicate with the audience, eliminating the need for verbal communication.

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  • 8. 

    In dance, we use _______________ to make choreography?

    • A.

      GREFTS

    • B.

      GWEFTS

    • C.

      GEEFTS

    • D.

      GLEFTS

    • E.

      GDEFTS

    Correct Answer
    D. GLEFTS
  • 9. 

    In dance what is gesture?

    • A.

      Kicking the audience

    • B.

      Arm or face movements to the audience

    • C.

      Laughing at the audience

    • D.

      Twirling infront of an audience

    • E.

      Staring at the audience

    Correct Answer
    B. Arm or face movements to the audience
    Explanation
    Gesture in dance refers to the expressive movements of the arms or face towards the audience. It involves using these body parts to convey emotions, tell a story, or communicate with the viewers. Through gestures, dancers can enhance their performance by adding depth and meaning to their movements, creating a connection between themselves and the audience.

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  • 10. 

    During production, who is the person in charge?

    • A.

      Actor

    • B.

      Director

    • C.

      Producer

    • D.

      Writer

    • E.

      Gopher

    Correct Answer
    B. Director
    Explanation
    The person in charge during production is the director. The director is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the production, including guiding the actors, working with the crew, and ensuring that the vision of the project is realized. They collaborate with the producer and writer but ultimately have the final say in creative decisions and the overall direction of the project. The director plays a crucial role in bringing the script to life and translating it into a visual and auditory experience for the audience.

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