Treble Clef Note Names Music Terms Rhythm values Instrument families Miscellaneous

100

What is B
This note is on the 3rd line of the treble clef.

100

What is Forte
This is the music term for loud

100

What is a quarter note
This note gets one beat, referred to as "ta"

100

What is strings?
The family that the violin belongs to

100

Who is Beethoven
This composer continued to write music even after he lost his hearing.

200

What is F
This note is on the first space from the bottom

200

What is piano
This is the term for soft

200

What is half note
This note gets 2 beats, we call it "tah-oo"

200

What is brass
The trumpet belongs to this family

200

What is the Star Spangled Banner
This is our national anthem.

300

What is E
This note is on the first line of the treble clef

300

What is tempo
This describes how fast or slow the beat is in a musical piece

300

What is a whole note
This note gets 4 beats

300

What is the percussion family
Cymbals are a member of this family

300

What is Beautiful NE
This is the our state song

400

What is F A C E
These are the spaces of the treble clef in order.

400

What is a Round
This is a type of song where more than one group performs the same song, but enter and different times

400

What is a 16th note (ti-ki-ti-ki)
It takes four of these notes to fill up one beat

400

What is the woodwind family?
A bassoon would be found in this family.

400

What is woodwind and brass?
These are the two families in which the wind instruments are divided.

500

What is E G B D F
These are the line notes of the treble clef

500

What is improvisation
This word means creating music up "on the spot"

500

What is syncopation
This is a rhythm pattern that has an accent off of the beat. ti-Ta-ti

500

What is the piano
This instrument can belong to the percussion or string family, depending on your point of view.

500

What is the Chicago Cubs?
This is Mrs. Naber's favorite baseball team

5th Grade Music Jeopardy

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