Percussion

  1. What is the written range of the xylophone?
    F3 - C5 (sounding one octave higher)
  2. What is the range of the Vibraphone?
    F3-F6 (sounds as written)
  3. What is the written range of the Glockenspiel?
    G3-C6 (sounding two octaves higher)
  4. What is the range of the Tubular Bells?
    C4-F5 (sounds as written)
  5. What is the range of the Crotales
    C5-C6 (sounds two octaves higher)
  6. What is the range of the Marimba?
    ask tom
  7. What are the ranges of the timpani
    • 21": F3-B3
    • 23": D3‑A3
    • 25": Bb2‑F3
    • 28": F2‑C3
    • 32": D2‑A2
    • pitch definition is better higher
  8. What is the range of the harp?
    • Cb1-F#7
    • (notes are sharpened or flattened to set a key with a pedal)
  9. What is an Idiophone?
    produces sound by the vibration of the entire body
  10. What is a Membranophone
    Produces sound by the vibration of a membrane or skin tightly stretched over a shell or tube
  11. What is a Chordophone?
    produces sound by vibration of its strings
  12. What are the two ways to notate a Membranophone Roll?
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  13. What is an Aerophone?
    produces sound by the vibration of an air column within an enclosed body (whistle)
Author
simonhk
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332013
Card Set
Percussion
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percussion
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