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CSET Visual Arts

Subjects : cset, visual-arts
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. High - indicates when arm is raised over the head in dance






2. A villain who the hero is pited against






3. Lines that suggest stability and repose






4. The way that opposites (dark vs light - black vs white) are portrayed within an artwork






5. The pattern of long and short sounds/beats in combinations of stressed and unstressed beats






6. Instruments sounded by striking - like the cymbals - drums - triangle - wood block - xylophone - snare drum - bongo - timpani - piano - chimes - bells - marimba - tambourine






7. Where and when actor will move on stage






8. Colors opposite each other in the color wheel - like red - green - purple and yellow






9. ABCDEFG






10. Sculpted pfigures projecting from a background






11. German song






12. Children express emotions through movement - learn improv to respond to music or oral prompts






13. The pronounciation of words and the way that they are spoken






14. Lines that suggest agitation






15. Dances developed in the U.S.






16. Mastering dance vocabulary - movement awareness - and appreciation for unique ways of moving






17. Plays that end happily






18. Every Good Boy Does Fine






19. Fast tempo






20. Silent depiction of a static scene - often the reproduction of a painting or other pictures






21. The brightness of the color - its vividness






22. Music based on a short theme known as a subject. The opening part of this music is announced by one voice and then a second voice restates the subject in a different scale






23. Low arm position in dance






24. The idea of transforming a three - dimensional image onto a two - dimensional surface






25. Medieval plays that focused on religion - like the sacrifice of Christ






26. The leg that is delinating movement






27. Christian hymns sang by the black slaves






28. A small predecessor of the piano






29. A very fast tempo






30. Combination of tone that creates a quality of relaxation






31. Raising leg to straightened position with foot very high above ground






32. A group of lines and spaces that music is written on; it has five lines and four spaces and they each correspond to a specific note or musical tone






33. Lines that suggest strength in art






34. When an artist chooses to emphasize one artistic element over aonother






35. When the first section of a song is repeated like AABA






36. The principal melodic motif or phrase - especially in a fugue






37. Vertical lines used on the staff to group beats






38. The ability to get into the air and remain there long enough to perform various movements






39. Type of stage named after aan arch that frames the actors as you look at the stage - most auditoriums have this kind of stage - the audience is looking directly at the performers






40. Became popular in Argentina and spread to North America and Europe






41. The degree of lightness or darkness with the color






42. A person who acquires necessary funds and acts as administer of the production. A person who finds a play that they will be interested in - producer at school plays is usually a teacher






43. no stage at all - like classroom or playground






44. A work made for one or two instruments






45. The point where receding parallel lines converge






46. The shape - structure or organization of a piece - like unity and repetition






47. The speed of the beats and how fast they come one after another






48. The point in the production of a play that the actors no longer need to reharse with the script because they learned their lines






49. Person who runs performance from backstage and supervises other crew members - including set designers - makeup artists - costumers - lighting crew - sound crew - and prop supervisor






50. Plays that focused on the right vs. wrong scenario that featured an Everyman