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Let's just see how well you know these music-related statements. 😁 Just answer true or false to whatever you think is right. I'd make whoever wins a verse pic, but my noodle-like brain is running on a treadmill at 90 MPH about what I need to do still. 😅😂😅

(Also, no looking up statements, trying them on the piano/keyboard, or asking anyone for help. You must use that large writer's brain of yours. 😃)

 

1. Beethoven wrote "Fur Elise."

2. Legato means quick and sharp.

3. The notes in E chord are E, G, and B.

4. The notes in Am chord are A, C#, and E.

5. "Pachelbel's Canon" is the most popular classical song played at weddings as of now.

6. Franz List wrote "Liebestraum."

7. D.S. al Coda means to start back at the beginning and play until you reach D.S. al Coda again. 

8. Lead sheets have left hand playing notes and right hand playing chords.

9. One of my personal favorites is "Pachelbel's Canon."

10. One of my personal dislikes is "Moonlight Sonata." 

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1 hour ago, Ky_GirlatHeart said:

1. Beethoven wrote "Fur Elise."

True, I think?

1 hour ago, Ky_GirlatHeart said:

2. Legato means quick and sharp.

It's like half true, half false. . .  So I guess that means false?

1 hour ago, Ky_GirlatHeart said:

3. The notes in E chord are E, G, and B.

True

 

1 hour ago, Ky_GirlatHeart said:

4. The notes in Am chord are A, C#, and E.

True

1 hour ago, Ky_GirlatHeart said:

5. "Pachelbel's Canon" is the most popular classical song played at weddings as of now.

Probably true 😂

1 hour ago, Ky_GirlatHeart said:

6. Franz List wrote "Liebestraum."

I've never heard of that song before. . .

1 hour ago, Ky_GirlatHeart said:

7. D.S. al Coda means to start back at the beginning and play until you reach D.S. al Coda again. 

False

1 hour ago, Ky_GirlatHeart said:

8. Lead sheets have left hand playing notes and right hand playing chords.

I haven't heard of lead sheets before but I'm going to reckon true?

1 hour ago, Ky_GirlatHeart said:

9. One of my personal favorites is "Pachelbel's Canon."

False?

1 hour ago, Ky_GirlatHeart said:

10. One of my personal dislikes is "Moonlight Sonata." 

True?

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Um, I have no clue about the answers to most of these... So, yeah. Also, the last two questions are very unfair.

 

1. Ummm, True??

2. False

3. True??????

4. True?

5. True??

6. False?

7. False? (I thought it was D.S. al Fine at first, that would've been much easier)

8. False? (Don't know what one of those is)

9. False? (How should I know?)

10. False? (Still no clue)

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1 hour ago, Ky_GirlatHeart said:

Let's just see how well you know these music-related statements. 😁 Just answer true or false to whatever you think is right. I'd make whoever wins a verse pic, but my noodle-like brain is running on a treadmill at 90 MPH about what I need to do still. 😅😂😅

(Also, no looking up statements, trying them on the piano/keyboard, or asking anyone for help. You must use that large writer's brain of yours. 😃)

 

1. Beethoven wrote "Fur Elise."

2. Legato means quick and sharp.

3. The notes in E chord are E, G, and B.

4. The notes in Am chord are A, C#, and E.

5. "Pachelbel's Canon" is the most popular classical song played at weddings as of now.

6. Franz List wrote "Liebestraum."

7. D.S. al Coda means to start back at the beginning and play until you reach D.S. al Coda again. 

8. Lead sheets have left hand playing notes and right hand playing chords.

9. One of my personal favorites is "Pachelbel's Canon."

10. One of my personal dislikes is "Moonlight Sonata." 

True

False

Pfft I can’t remember let’s call it true 

True maybe? 

False

True and false! Because that makes sense (aka who knows)

False? The way you worded it is a bit confusing lol 

False

False

uhh True 

 

 

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1. Beethoven wrote "Fur Elise." 

True

2. Legato means quick and sharp.

False...?  It's been a few years since I've done an instrument XD

3. The notes in E chord are E, G, and B.

True...

4. The notes in Am chord are A, C#, and E.

True?  *me, inwardly screaming I HAVE NO IDEA, I'VE NEVER PLAYED CHORDS*

5. "Pachelbel's Canon" is the most popular classical song played at weddings as of now.

Probably true

6. Franz List wrote "Liebestraum."

Not sure who that is so false?

7. D.S. al Coda means to start back at the beginning and play until you reach D.S. al Coda again. 

Trueee (or does it mean to start back at the first D.S. al Coda and then play it all again... *rubs chin*)

8. Lead sheets have left hand playing notes and right hand playing chords.

Yes (or maybe it's reverse, argh, where's google when you need it)

9. One of my personal favorites is "Pachelbel's Canon."

False (YOU LITTLE SNEAKY PLANNER, THROWING SUBJECTIVE QUESTIONS IN HERE)

10. One of my personal dislikes is "Moonlight Sonata." 

True (? 👀)

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Okay, since the last two questions aren't technically fair, I'll redo them and give all y'all another chance to answer.

NEW #9 and #10--

 

9. Mozart was deaf.

10. "Fur Elise" was written for a girl.

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1 minute ago, Ky_GirlatHeart said:

Okay, since the last two questions aren't technically fair, I'll redo them and give all y'all another chance to answer.

NEW #9 and #10--

Oh YES THESE ARE MORE UP MY ALLEY 😛 

9. Mozart was deaf.

Depends on what time in his life you're talking about... I think for most of it he was almost all the way deaf but could hear a teeny bit...  So trueish?

10. "Fur Elise" was written for a girl.

True 😁

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4 minutes ago, Ky_GirlatHeart said:

Okay, since the last two questions aren't technically fair, I'll redo them and give all y'all another chance to answer.

NEW #9 and #10--

 

9. Mozart was deaf.

10. "Fur Elise" was written for a girl.

Lol. Still don't know the answers.

 

9. True?

10. True. I think. Maybe.

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