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Second Periodical Test in Music

I. Write only the letter of your answer.


1. Cordillera- style of singing without prior preparation or practice in leader-chorus form.
a.Ibaloi Badiw b. Dagdagay C. Oppia d. Owiwi
2. Musical style of theVisayans; a song-and dance debate between a man and a woman.
a. Balitaw b. Binanog c. Rondalla d. Tultogan
3. Langan Bata- Bata is an infancy related Cordilleran vocal music of the _______ tribe.
a.Ifugao b. Kalinga c. Subbanen d. Tausug
4 Palawan ensembleof one or two big gongs(Agung), a pair of smallringed gongs (Sanang)and a drum
Called(Gimbal).
a.Bagit b. Basal c. Kulial d. Tultul
5. . Mangyan instrument which is a pair of equalsized wood struck together.
a.Gangsa b. Gitgit c. Kalutang d. Kudyapi
6. Ifugao gongs strike or beaten with wooden mallets while held by the left hand. Usually played by men.
a.Bungkaka b. Gangsa Palook c. Gangsa Toppaya d. Tongali
7. Cordillera bamboo instrument played by striking against the palm of one hand.
a.Bungkaka b. Gangsa Palook c. Gangsa Toppaya d. Tongali
8. Cordillera nose flute played with the extreme forward edge of the right or left nostril
a.Bungkaka b. Gangsa Palook c. Gangsa Toppaya d. Tongali
9. Which of the following are Cordilleran vocal ensemble with instrumental accompaniment used for
matchmaking?
a. Antang b. Sindaay, Tarasul c. Tamuyong Dango, Oggayam d. Salidummay & Dangdayang-ay
10. Which of the following are Cordilleran vocal ensemble with instrumental accompaniment used for
entertainment?
a. Antang b. Sindaay, Tarasul c. Tamuyong Dango, Oggayam d. Salidummay & Dangdayang-ay
11. Mangyan song used to communicate with spirits; rituals for healing the sick and protecting the community.
a.Ambahan b. Marayaw c. Oppia d. Pamuybuyen
12. . Ifugao epic poetry which is recited and chanted during occasions.
a.Bua b. Hudhud c. Kawayana d. Langan Bata- Bata
a.Ambahan b. Marayaw c. Oppia d. Pamuybuyen
13 Gong, drum &wooden percussion ensemble used to accompany a dance movement imitating the flight of
the hawk
a. Balitaw b. Binanog c. Rondalla d. Tultogan
14. Composed of seven syllable line ending in rhymes; often used by Mangyan parents for teaching their
children, in courtship, and by visitors to ask for food.
15 Palawan lyrical poem expressing love; accompanied by kusyapi (two-stringed lute) played by a man; and
pagang (bamboo zither) played by a woman.
a.Bagit b. Basal c. Kulial d. Tultul

Second Periodical Test in Arts

General Directions: Read and analyze each item contained in this examination. Do not write anything on these
sheets.

I. Multiple Choice.
Directions: Write the letter of your answers on your answer sheet .

1. This literally form is a rhythmic expression of the Mangyan with meter of seven syllables and is written on
bamboo tubes or slats.
a. Ambahan b. Hudhud c. Hanunuo d. Oyayi
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2. It is a cone-shape colander harvest basket made of blackened and natural bamboo from Palawan.
a. Tinkop b. Manunggul c. Iraya Basket d. Ambahan
3. This fine fiber requires a long laborious extraction process from leaves to be made into fine textile. The
processing of this fiber has been a tradition in Aklan.
a. Bariw b. Husi c. Piňa d. Romblon
4. It is a wrapped around piece of cloth used in different functions with colorful and linear designs.
a. Hablon b. Habi c. Patadyong d. Kimono
5. The province is known for products made from fine marbles.
a. Bacolod b. Cebu c. Marinduque d. Romblon
6. This term refers to the masks made from wood or papier mache’ worn during the Moriones Festival.
a. Morion b. Mascara c. Ati d. Ambahan
7. This 8th Century BC jar is considered as one of the most important artifacts in the Philippines. It was found in
a cave of Palawan and served as a vessel for the secondary burial of the deceased.
a. Ambahan b. Antequera Basket c. Manunggul d. Tingkop
8. Basey, Samar for their wooden products and the famous colorful sleeping mat called _________.
a. Patadyong b. banig c. Sinamay d. Nito
9. It is a colorful festival in Kalibo, Aklan which means “make believe Atis”.
a. Ati-Atihan b. Dinagyang c. Masskara d. Moriones
10. It was once recognized as the “Weaving Capital of the Philippines”.
a.Cebu b. Bicol c. Panay Islands d. Zamboanga
11. This much-awaited Lenten festival in Marinduque starts on Palm Sunday and is participated by locals. The
participants in this festival wear masks and costumes that depicit Roman soldiers.
a. Ati-Atihan b. Dinagyang c. Moriones d. Sinulog
12. It is a cultural-religious celebration to honor the feast day of the Santo Niňa.
a. Ati-Atihan b. Pintados c. Masskara d. Kasadyaan
13. This Festival in Bacolod which first intended to encourage people to persevere and keep smiling despite
the economic hardships they had encountered. The celebration of this festival intended to remind them that
hope still exists.
a. Ati-Atihan b. Dinagyang c. Masskara d. Moriones
14. The Ruins, found in Talisay, Negros Occidental, is an example of ____________ architecture.
a. Baroque b. Gothic c. Neoclassical d. Renaissance
This festival in Leyte features street dancers that the painted from head to toe with beautiful designs and
incredible styles. The dancers resemble the tattooed warriors of ancient times in the Philippines.
a. Ati-Atihan b. Pintados c. Masskara d. Sinulog
15. Miag-ao church in Iloilo depicts which European style of architecture?
a. Baroque b. Gothic c. Neoclassical d. Renaissance

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TABLE OF SPECIFICATION OF music

No. of Days No. of


Learning Competencies Item Placement
Taught Items
identifies the musical characteristics of representative
selections of Cordillera, Mindoro, Palawan and of the
3 8 1-8
Visayas after listening;
MU7LV-IIa-f-1
explains the distinguishing characteristics of
representative music from Cordillera, Mindoro,
Palawan and of the Visayas in relation to its culture and 3 7 9-15
geography;
MU7LV-IIb-f-3
TOTAL 8 15

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION OF ARTS

No. of Days No. of


Learning Competencies Item Placement
Taught Items
analyze elements and principles of art in the production
one’s arts and crafts inspired by the arts of MIMAROPA
2 4 1-4
and the Visayas
A7EL-IIb-1
identify characteristics of arts and crafts in specific areas
in MIMAROPA and the Visayas, Marinduque (Moriones
masks), Palawan (Manunggul Jar), Mindoro (Hanunuo-
Mangyan writing, basketry, and weaving), Bohol 3 5 5-9
(churches), Cebu (furniture), Iloilo (culinary arts and old
houses), Samar (Basey mats), etc.
A7EL-IIa-2
reflect on and derive the mood, idea or message emanating
1 2 10-11
from selected artifacts and art objects A7PL-IIh-1
shows the relationship of the development of crafts in
specific areas of the country, according to functionality,
traditional specialized expertise, and availability of resources 1 2 12-13
(e.g. pottery, weaving, jewelry, baskets)
A7PR-If-3
trace the external (foreign) and internal (indigenous)
influences that are reflected in the design of an artwork or in
2 14-15
the making of a craft or artifact 1
A7PL-IIh-4
TOTAL 8 15

Prepared by:
CLEOTILDE D. BRUCE
Teacher

Noted:

DANILO L. LEUTERIO
Principal III

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1. Hudhud is an epic poetry which is recited and chanted only during four occasions in ___________.
a. Cordillera b. Mindoro c. Palawan d. Visayas
2. The gong that is struck by the palm while rested on lap is called _____________.
a. Binanog b. Gangsa Palook c. Gangsa Toppaya d. Tongatong
3. Ambahan is a rhythmic poetic expression composed of ___ syllable lines.
a. 5 b. 6 c. 7 d. 8
4. Kulial is a lyrical poem expressing passionate love, which of the instruments is used to accompany the
poem?
a. Bandurria b. Kudyapi c. Gitgit d. Tongatong
5. Balitaw is a musical style of the Visayan which is a song-and-dance-debate between a man and a woman,
one example of this is _________.
a. Antang b. Rosas Pandan c. Ili-Ili Tulog Anay d. Salidumay
6. The following are chordophones except _______.
a. Basal b. Kudyapi c. Gitgit d. Guitar
7. Binanog is a gong, drum, wooden percussion ensemble from _________.
a. Cordillera b. Mindoro c. Palawan d. Visayas
8. Who among the following composer is known as the “Father of Rondalla”.
a.Carlos Francisco b. Juan Luna c. Juan Silos Jr. d. Ramon Santos Ph.D.
9. Which of the following is an idiophone?
a. Kalutang b. Kudyapi c. Suling d. Tongali
10. The following are examples of vocal music, which of the following is an example of Visayan vocal music.
a. Ako Kini si Angi b. Atin Cu Pung Singsing c. Magtanim Ay Di Biro d.
Pamulinawen
11. It is a string ensemble originating from Spain played with a pick or plectrum.
a. Rondalla b. Tultogan C. Binanog D. Basal
12. Pagang(Zither) a musical instrument in Palawan is an example of _________.
a. Aerophone b. Chordophone c. Idiophone d. Membranophone
13. The following are vocal music in Visayas except ___________.
a. Matud NIla b. Si Pelimon c. Dandansoy d. Marayaw
14. It is a music of Mindoro which is used to communicate with the spirit in rituals for healing the sick and
protecting the community.
a. Ambahan b. Pamuybuyen c. Condansoy d. Marayaw
15. A style of singing without prior preparation or practice in leader-chorus form.
a. Dagdagay b. Ibaloi Badiw c. Oppia d. Owiwi
16. _______________ is an example of Visayan work song.
a. Matud NIla b. Si Pelimon c. Dandansoy d. Rosas Pandan
17. ____________ is a popular musical instrument classified as a chordophone instrument with usually having
6 strings.
a. Laud b. Bandurria c. Guitar d. Octavinna
18. A bamboo and drum ensemble used by the natives in Visayas for communication.
a. Rondalla b. Tultogan c. Binanog d. Basal
19. It is an example of vocal music in Mindoro.
a. Salidumay b. Lantege c. Ambahan d. Si Pelimon
20. Salidumay a welcome song use for entertainment is an example of music in _____________.
a. Cordillera b. Mindoro c. Palawan d. Visayas
21. A gong, drum and wooden percussion ensemble used to accompany a dance movement imitating the flight
of the hawk.
a. Rondalla b. Tultogan c. Binanog d. Basal
22. The following are vocal music in Mindoro except ___________.
a. Ambahan b. Pamuybuyen c. Condansoy d. Marayaw
23. The following are vocal music in Cordillera except ___________.
a. Ibaloi Badiw b. Owiwi c. Hudhud d. Kulial
24. The following are instrumental music in Palawan except ___________.
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a.Bagit b. Basal c. Tongali d. Gimbal
25. The following are instrumental music in Mindoro except ___________.
a. Pagang b. Kudyapi c. Gitgit d. Kalutang
26. Tongatong a bamboo instrument in Cordillera is an example of _____________.
a. Aerophone b. Chordophone c. Idiophone d. Membranophone
27. Gimbal a drum in Palawan is an example of _____________.
a. Aerophone b. Chordophone c. Idiophone d. Membranophone
28. Gitgit a lute in Mindoro is an example of ____________.
a. Aerophone b. Chordophone c. Idiophone d. Membranophone
29. Gangsa Palook a gong in Cordillera is an example of _____________.
a. Aerophone b. Chordophone c. Idiophone d. Membranophone
30. Octavina one of the Rondalla instrument in Visayas is an example of _______________.
a. Aerophone b. Chordophone c. Idiophone d. Membranophone16.
17. Palawan vocal music about epicheroes; chanted at night, ending at daybreak.
a.Bagit b. Basal c. Kulial d. Tultul
18. Palawan Music played on the kusyapi, showing rhythm, movements and sound of nature like rustling of
leaves, running water, chirping of birds,monkey, snakes, etc.
a.Bagit b. Basal c. Kulial d. Tultul
19.
20. “Basal” of Palawanis an ensemble of thefollowing instruments:Agung, Sanang and________.
a.Gimbal b. Kusyapi c. Pagang d. Suling
1.
2. String ensemble originating from Spain played with a pick or plectrum.
a. Balitaw b. Binanog c. Rondalla d. Tultogan
3. Bamboo and drum ensemble used by the natives for communication.; to produce sound of the body of the
bamboos, they are being struck by sticks.
a. Balitaw b. Binanog c. Rondalla d. Tultogan
4.
5. Which of the following is NOT a Rondalla Instrument?
a. Bandurria b. Gangsa c. Laud d. Octavina

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Prepared by: Noted:

CLEOTILDE D. BRUCE DANILO L. LEUTERIO


Teacher III Principal III

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