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  1. What was Tin Pan Alley?
    1. Stage name for Alison King
    2. A group of rehearsal studios in New York City
    3. An early R&B group
    4. A group of songwriters and music publishers in New York City
    5. A group of recording studios in New York City
    4. A group of songwriters and music publishers in New York City
  2. Which of the following was NOT considered part of the White roots of rock?
    1. Western Swing
    2. Folk
    3. Country
    4. Honky tonk
    5. Jazz
    5. Jazz
  3. Which of the following musicians would NOT be considered an early blues artist?
    1. Muddy Waters
    2. Robert Johnson
    3. Bessie Smith
    4. Son House
    5. Eric Clapton
    5. Eric Clapton
  4. 1.Which of the following was NOT considered part of the Black roots of rock?
    1. Rhyth and Blues
    2. Doo Wop
    3. Gospel
    4. Bluegrass
    5. Boogie Woogie
    4. Bluegrass
  5. Which of the following was critical to the development of rock music?
    1. Radio
    2. Electric guitar
    3. Recording technology
    4. Amplification
    5. All of the choices
    6. None of the choices
    5. All of the choices
  6. Which of the following musicians was NOT part of the Chicago electric blues scene?
    1. Muddy Waters
    2. Chuck Berry
    3. Bo Diddley
    4. Buddy Holly
    5. All of the choices
    6. None of the choices
    4. Buddy Holly
  7. The instrument Chuck Berry played was the _______________.
    Guitar, Chuck Berry played the guitar.
  8. What was R&B originaly called on the Billboard charts?
    1. Dancehall
    2. Race Music
    3. Boogie Woogie
    4. Blues
    5. Blues and Rhythm
    2. Race Music
  9. The instrument Jerry Lee Lewis played was the ________________.
    Piano, Jerry Lee Lewis played the piano.
  10. The instrument Elvis played was the __________________.
    Guitar, Elvis played the guitar.
  11. Which performer made his own guitars?
    1. Buddy Holly
    2. Eddie Cochran
    3. Bo Diddley
    4. Elvis
    5. Chuck Berry
    3. Bo Diddley
  12. What were the primary influences in Chuck Berry's songs?
    1. Gospel
    2. Bluegrass
    3. Country
    4. Blues
    5. All of the choices
    6. Country and Blues
    7. None of the choices
    8. Gospel and Bluegrass
    6. Country and Blues
  13. What geographical region or recording studio best matches: Buddy Holly
    A. New Orleans
    B. Memphis
    C. Chicago
    D. Lubbock, Texas
    E. New York City
    D. Lubbock, Texas
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. What geographical region or recording studio best matches: Tin Pan Alley
    A. New York City
    B. Chicago
    C. Lubbock, Texas
    D. New Orleans
    E. Memphis
    A. New York City
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. What geographical region or recording studio best matches: Chuck Berry
    A. New York City
    B. Chicago
    C. Lubbock, Texas
    D. New Orleans
    E. Memphis
    B. Chicago
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. What geographical region or recording studio best matches: Jerry Lee Lewis
    A. Memphis
    B. New York City
    C. New Orleans
    D. Chicago
    E. Lubbock, Texas
    A. Memphis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. What geographical region or recording studio best matches: Fats Domino
    A. New Orleans
    B. Memphis
    C. Chicago
    D. New York City
    E. Lubbock, Texas
    A. New Orleans
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. Which musical styles were combined to create Rhythm and Blues?
    1. Blues
    2. Country
    3. Gospel
    4. Folk
    5. Jazz
    6. All of the choices
    7. None of the choices
    8. Blues and Jazz
    9. Blues, Gospel and Jazz
    9. Blues, Gospel and Jazz
  19. Match the song “Maybelline” to the performer
    A. Chuck Berry
    B. Bill Haley
    C. Bo Diddley
    D. Fats Domino
    E. Little Richard
    F. Jerry Lee Lewis
    G. Elvis
    A. Chuck Berry
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. Match the song “Blueberry Hill” to the performer
    A. Jerry Lee Lewis
    B. Little Richard
    C. Bill Haley
    D. Fats Domino
    E. Bo Diddley
    F. Elvis
    G. Chuck Berry
    D. Fats Domino
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. Match the song “Heartbreak Hotel” to the performer
    A. Fats Domino
    B. Little Richard
    C. Bo Diddley
    D. Elvis
    E. Jerry Lee Lewis
    F. Bill Haley
    G. Chuck Berry
    D. Elvis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  22. Match the song “Tutti Frutti” to the performer
    A. Bo Diddley
    B. Jerry Lee Lewis
    C. Little Richard
    D. Bill Haley
    E. Elvis
    F. Fats Domino
    G. Chuck Berry
    C. Little Richard
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. Match the song “I'm a Man” to the performer
    A. Fats Domino
    B. Chuck Berry
    C. Bo Diddley
    D. Jerry Lee Lewis
    E. Little Richard
    F. Elvis
    G. Bill Haley
    C. Bo Diddley
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. Match the song “Rock Around the Clock” to the performer
    A. Little Richard
    B. Elvis
    C. Bill Haley
    D. Fats Domino
    E. Chuck Berry
    F. Bo Diddley
    G. Jerry Lee Lewis
    C. Bill Haley
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. Match the song “Great Balls of Fire” to the performer
    A. Little Richard
    B. Elvis
    C. Jerry Lee Lewis
    D. Chuck Berry
    E. Bill Haley
    F. Fats Domino
    G. Bo Diddley
    C. Jerry Lee Lewis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. What led to the decline of the career of Alan Freed?
    1. He went into the army
    2. He was convicted of accepting payola
    3. He married his 13 year old cousin
    4. He stopped performing to persue a carrer in the ministry
    5. Artist’s stopped recording songs he wrote
    2. He was convicted of accepting payola
  27. The instrument Little Richard played was the ________________.
    piano
  28. Match “Elvis” to the correct recording studio
    A. Chess Records
    B. Memphis
    C. Muscle Shoals
    D. New Orleans
    E. Sun Records
    F. Chicago
    E. Sun Records
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. Match “Aretha Franklin” to the correct recording studio
    A. Sun Records
    B. Memphis
    C. New Orleans
    D. Chess Records
    E. Chicago
    F. Muscle Shoals
    F. Muscle Shoals
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  30. Match “Jerry Lee Lewis” to the correct recording studio
    A. Chess Records
    B. Muscle Shoals
    C. Sun Records
    D. Chicago
    E. New Orleans
    F. Memphis
    F. Memphis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  31. Match “Chuck Berry” to the correct recording studio
    A. Chess Records
    B. Muscle Shoals
    C. New Orleans
    D. Chicago
    E. Memphis
    F. Sun Records
    A. Chess Records
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  32. Match “Bo Diddley” to the correct recording studio
    A. Chess Records
    B. New Orleans
    C. Memphis
    D. Sun Records
    E. Chicago
    F. Muscle Shoals
    E. Chicago
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  33. Match “Little Richard” to the correct recording studio
    A. New Orleans
    B. Chess Records
    C. Chicago
    D. Muscle Shoals
    E. Memphis
    F. Sun Records
    A. New Orleans
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  34. What led to the decline of the career of Jerry Lee Lewis?
    1. He was convicted of accepting payola
    2. Artist’s stopped recording songs he wrote
    3. He married his 13 year old cousin
    4. He stopped performing to pursue a career in the ministry
    5. He went into the army
    3. He married his 13 year old cousin
  35. What is the term for the distinctive sound or tone color of a pitch
    1. melody
    2. harmony
    3. timbre
    4. rhythm
    5. dynamics
    3. timbre
  36. A blues progression is typically how many measures long?
    1. 4
    2. 6
    3. 3
    4. 12
    5. None of the choices
    4. 12
  37. An organized set of accented pulses or beats
    1. harmony
    2. melody
    3. timbre
    4. rhythm
    5. dynamics
    4. rhythm
  38. What is the term for an organized set of notes or pitches
    1. melody
    2. rhythm
    3. harmony
    4. dynamics
    5. timbre
    1. melody
  39. Volume changes in music
    1. timbre
    2. dynamics
    3. harmony
    4. rhythm
    5. melody
    2. dynamics
  40. The "middle eight" refers to which part of a song?
    1. refrain
    2. bridge
    3. verse
    4. da capo
    5. chorus
    2. bridge
  41. The simultaneous sounding of two or more different pitches
    1. harmony
    2. dynamics
    3. timbre
    4. rhythm
    5. melody
    1. harmony
  42. How many chords are used in a basic rock blues progression?
    1. 12
    2. 6
    3. 8
    4. 3
    5. 4
    4. 3
  43. The man who first recorded Elvis Presley
    1. Alan Freed
    2. Col. Tom Parker
    3. Sam Phillips
    4. Leonard Chess
    5. Brian Epstein
    3. Sam Phillips
  44. Who was Col. Tom Parker?
    1. Songwriter for Elvis
    2. Radio DJ
    3. The manager for Elvis
    4. Producer for Elvis
    5. Agent for Elvis
    3. The manager for Elvis
  45. Elvis used vibrato to add emotion to his singing
    True
    False
    True
  46. Elvis was a pioneer in early rock guitar techniques
    True
    False
    False
  47. Why was Elvis called the "King"
    1. He was the first Rock and Roll Star
    2. He was very wealthy
    3. He was a decendent of royalty
    4. It was his middle name
    1. He was the first Rock and Roll Star
  48. Elvis was one of the most important song writers of the 50's and 60's
    True
    False
    False
  49. Which of the main artistic periods of Elvis’ life was the most important?
    1. The Vegas era
    2. The movie period to 1965
    3. His later years after 1965
    4. His Army years
    5. The early years to 1958
    5. The early years to 1958
  50. Elvis' first recording
    A. Ballad
    B. Heart Break Hotel
    C. That's Alright Mama
    D. Tupelo
    C. That's Alright Mama
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  51. Elvis' first #1 hit
    A. Tupelo
    B. That's Alright Mama
    C. Ballad
    D. Heart Break Hotel
    D. Heart Break Hotel
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  52. Where was Elvis born
    A. Ballad
    B. That's Alright Mama
    C. Heart Break Hotel
    D. Tupelo
    D. Tupelo
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  53. Slow song, often based on spirituals
    A. Ballad
    B. That's Alright Mama
    C. Tupelo
    D. Heart Break Hotel
    A. Ballad
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  54. Who owned Sun Records
    1. Alan Freed
    2. Leonard Chess
    3. Sam Phillips
    4. Richie Valens
    5. Colonel Tom Parker
    3. Sam Phillips
  55. Elvis was born in which city?
    1. Muscle Shoals
    2. Memphis
    3. Lubbock
    4. Tupelo
    5. Hibbing
    4. Tupelo
  56. Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind" was first popularized by
    1. Peter, Paul and Mary
    2. Paul Simon
    3. Woody Guthrie
    4. Pete Seeger
    5. Joan Baez
    1. Peter, Paul and Mary
  57. Newport Folk Festival 1959
    A. Bob Dylan
    B. Hibbing
    C. Popular fold group of the 60's
    D. Woody Guthrie
    E. Joan Baez
    F. Folk Capitol of the US in the early 60's
    G. Diamonds & Rust
    E. Joan Baez
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  58. Newport Folk Festival 1965
    A. Folk Capitol of the US in the early 60's
    B. Bob Dylan
    C. Hibbing
    D. Woody Guthrie
    E. Diamonds & Rust
    F. Joan Baez
    G. Popular fold group of the 60's
    B. Bob Dylan
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  59. Birth Place of Bob Dylan
    A. Popular fold group of the 60's
    B. Woody Guthrie
    C. Joan Baez
    D. Diamonds & Rust
    E. Hibbing
    F. Bob Dylan
    G. Folk Capitol of the US in the early 60's
    E. Hibbing
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  60. Song by Joan Baez
    A. Diamonds & Rust
    B. Joan Baez
    C. Popular fold group of the 60's
    D. Bob Dylan
    E. Woody Guthrie
    F. Folk Capitol of the US in the early 60's
    G. Hibbing
    A. Diamonds & Rust
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  61. Peter, Paul & Mary
    A. Diamonds & Rust
    B. Joan Baez
    C. Bob Dylan
    D. Folk Capitol of the US in the early 60's
    E. Woody Guthrie
    F. Popular fold group of the 60's
    G. Hibbing
    F. Popular fold group of the 60's
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  62. New York City
    A. Woody Guthrie
    B. Diamonds & Rust
    C. Bob Dylan
    D. Joan Baez
    E. Folk Capitol of the US in the early 60's
    F. Popular fold group of the 60's
    G. Hibbing
    E. Folk Capitol of the US in the early 60's
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  63. This Land is Your Land
    A. Woody Guthrie
    B. Joan Baez
    C. Hibbing
    D. Diamonds & Rust
    E. Popular fold group of the 60's
    F. Folk Capitol of the US in the early 60's
    G. Bob Dylan
    A. Woody Guthrie
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  64. What was the prime aspect of folk music
    1. Lyrics
    2. Extended instrumental solo
    3. Dancing
    4. Melody
    5. Lyrics and Melody
    6. All of the choices
    7. Extended instrumental solo and Dancing
    8. None of the choices
    1. Lyrics
  65. Dylan has a tremendous vocal range approaching 4 octaves
    True
    False
    False
  66. In folk music, the music is more important than the lyrics
    True
    False
    False
  67. Which folk artist was from Oklahoma and is known for social and political commentary
    1. Pete Seeger
    2. Joan Beaz
    3. Bob Dylan
    4. Woodie Guthrie
    5. Richie Havens
    4. Woodie Guthrie
  68. Which of the following musicians were influenced by Bob Dylan
    1. Beatles
    2. Jimi Hendrix
    3. U2
    4. Bruce Springsteen
    5. All of the choices
    6. None of the choices
    5. All of the choices
  69. Woody Guthrie was an important black rural blues artist
    True
    False
    False
  70. Which folk artist had a father who was a musicologist
    1. Bob Dylan
    2. Pete Seeger
    3. Joan Beaz
    4. Woodie Guthrie
    5. Richie Havens
    2. Pete Seeger
  71. Throughout Bob Dylans long career which style of music do we NOT associate with him
    1. Acoustic folk
    2. Folk rock
    3. Country rock
    4. Christian rock
    5. Jazz
    5. Jazz
  72. What was a characteristic of the Motown sound
    1. Long instrumental solo's
    2. Acoustic guitar
    3. Dance oriented rhythm
    4. Synthesizer sounds
    5. Heavy drums and electric guitar
    3. Dance oriented rhythm
  73. Match “Martha and the Vandellas” to the musical style
    A. Folk
    B. Soul
    C. Chicago Blues
    D. None of these
    E. Motown
    F. Delta Blues
    G. Rhythm & Blues
    E. Motown
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  74. Match “Robert Johnson” to the musical style
    A. Folk
    B. Delta Blues
    C. Chicago Blues
    D. Soul
    E. Motown
    F. Rhythm & Blues
    G. None of these
    B. Delta Blues
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  75. Match “Muddy Waters” to the musical style
    A. Soul
    B. Folk
    C. None of these
    D. Delta Blues
    E. Chicago Blues
    F. Rhythm & Blues
    G. Motown
    E. Chicago Blues
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  76. Match “Louis Jordan” to the musical style
    A. Delta Blues
    B. Chicago Blues
    C. None of these
    D. Folk
    E. Motown
    F. Soul
    G. Rhythm & Blues
    G. Rhythm & Blues
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  77. Match “Otis Redding” to the musical style
    A. Rhythm & Blues
    B. Soul
    C. Delta Blues
    D. None of these
    E. Folk
    F. Chicago Blues
    G. Motown
    B. Soul
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  78. Match “Paul Anka” to the musical style
    A. Motown
    B. Rhythm & Blues
    C. None of these
    D. Chicago Blues
    E. Folk
    F. Soul
    G. Delta Blues
    C. None of these
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  79. Match “Ritchie Havens” to the musical style
    A. None of these
    B. Delta Blues
    C. Soul
    D. Chicago Blues
    E. Rhythm & Blues
    F. Motown
    G. Folk
    G. Folk
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  80. Berry Gordy Jr. was born in
    1. Chicago
    2. New York
    3. Minneapolis
    4. Cleveland
    5. Detroit
    5. Detroit
  81. Who was Phil Spector
    1. Manger for Motown acts
    2. Soul singer
    3. A record producer known for the "Wall of Sound"
    4. Lead guitarist for soul singers
    5. The CEO of Motown
    3. A record producer known for the "Wall of Sound"
  82. What was a characteristic of the Motown sound
    1. Vocal harmonies
    2. String and horn orchestration
    3. The "Wall of Sound"
    4. R & B feel
    5. All of the choices
    6. None of the choices
    5. All of the choices
  83. Wall of sound is what music style?
    A. Rythm & Blues
    B. Motown
    C. Delta Blues
    D. Contemporary/Urban Rhythm & Blues
    E. Gospel
    F. Motown
    G. Chicago Blues
    F. Motown
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  84. Electrified version of Delta Blues is what music style?
    A. Rythm & Blues
    B. Delta Blues
    C. Chicago Blues
    D. Motown
    E. Gospel
    F. Motown
    G. Contemporary/Urban Rhythm & Blues
    C. Chicago Blues
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  85. Mellismatic vocal music with religious roots is what music style?
    A. Gospel
    B. Motown
    C. Contemporary/Urban Rhythm & Blues
    D. Rythm & Blues
    E. Motown
    F. Delta Blues
    G. Chicago Blues
    A. Gospel
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  86. Soulful music usually performed by a single performer is what music style?
    A. Chicago Blues
    B. Gospel
    C. Contemporary/Urban Rhythm & Blues
    D. Delta Blues
    E. Motown
    F. Motown
    G. Rythm & Blues
    D. Delta Blues
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  87. Blues with a beat is what music style?
    A. Delta Blues
    B. Motown
    C. Gospel
    D. Rythm & Blues
    E. Contemporary/Urban Rhythm & Blues
    F. Chicago Blues
    G. Motown
    D. Rythm & Blues
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  88. Evolves into Urban (contemporary) R&B is what music style?
    A. Gospel
    B. Motown
    C. Motown
    D. Chicago Blues
    E. Delta Blues
    F. Rythm & Blues
    G. Contemporary/Urban Rhythm & Blues
    C. Motown
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  89. A current style of music that evolves from Motown is what music style?
    A. Motown
    B. Delta Blues
    C. Gospel
    D. Contemporary/Urban Rhythm & Blues
    E. Rythm & Blues
    F. Chicago Blues
    G. Motown
    D. Contemporary/Urban Rhythm & Blues
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  90. Who was the founder of the Motown sound?
    1. Barry White
    2. Berry Gordy
    3. Alan Freed
    4. Aretha Franklin
    5. Chuck Berry
    2. Berry Gordy

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