UNIT THREE: Music Appreciation Lab Questions
The answers to the lab questions are worth 10 points.
Visit A Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Instruments and read the articles.
The following answers are located in the articles. Read through the articles to answer each question: a.
Which instrument looks like a snake?
Which instrument is played by winding a crank?
The Hurdy Gurdy
Which instrument "is a loud reed-cap instrument with a double reed"? The Rauschpfeife.
Which instrument has been called the most versatile of Renaissance wind instruments? The Rackett
Which instrument was an instrument used by priests in Biblical times? The Shofar
Which instrument uses an animal bladder?
Which instrument uses strings and was used in ancient times? The harp
Which instrument uses a bow and originated in Asia?
Choose five instruments that you haven't heard about before or that you want to know more about. Read the article for these five instruments and answer the following questions: a.
What is the instrument?
Cornamuse, dulcimer, gemshorn, lizard and lute.
Describe the instrument. What does it look like? What does it sound like? How is the instrument played? Was it used in particular types of music? The cornamuse looks like a long stick with holes in it. It sounds like they are quiet and soft. It is played by covering the holes and blowing into it. It was not used in a particular type of music. The dulcimer looks like a box with strings and played with sticks. It sounds like its sweet.It is played by hitting the strings with the hammer. It was not used in a particular type of music. The Gemshorn looks like a horn with holes in it. It sounds like a soft recorder. It is played by blowing into it and covering up the holes. It was not used in a particular type of music. The lizard looks like a long black horn with holes. It sounds like its pleasing and foggy. It is played...
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