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How do you spell the word GRADE in french

in class : "les notes"

Where did the arrangement of 'Going Up On the Mountain' by Jody Stecher come from

The arrangement of 'Going Up On the Mountain' by Jody Stecher came when Jody Stecher went for mountain climbing.

The rhythmic note that has three beats is called a half note
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Whose technique did Josh Graves apply to the Dobro

Earl Scruggs (;

Chibi

What concept of factory production was borrowed to produce the hit records at Motown

The assembly-line concept used in the automobile industry was borrowed to produce the hit records at Motown.

Which of these performers inherited not just a style but an actual instrument from his teacher

Tony Rice

Which of these instruments is not among the big five of bluegrass instruments

Banjo

What do bluegrass and country and folk music have in common

Bluegrass, country and folk music have in common the fact that they tend to use similar musical instruments.

Two musicians joined Bill Monroes band in 1945 and had a major impact on the bands sound Who were they

Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt

Imagine you're taking notes for Cecil Sharp as he travels through Appalachia in 1916

A singer singing without any instrumental accompaniment.(apex)

Folk music bluegrass music and country music all grew out of the traditional music of the mountain region

Appalachian

In 1968 a popular gangster movie was released which featured a famous song by Flatt and Scruggs Which movie was it

Bonnie and Clyde

Why did Joan Baez make a comeback in the 1990's

because she became one of the best folk singers to fit her mood

Folk music is primarily

.a performer's art form.

A famous guitar maker once used papier mΓ’chΓ© as a component of a guitar Why

To demonstrate the importance of the top, or soundboard, to the guitars tons - APEX

The artist who first successfully combined folk music and rock music was

bob dylan

Who came first Bob Dylan Thomas Edison Stephen Foster or Pete Seeger

Stephen foster

What instrument is least common in bluegrass folk and country music

The instrument that is least common in bluegrass, folk and country music is the xylophone. The xylophone is a rare instrument on most of the music that is home to the Ozarks and most of the USA.

What part of the United states did the Dust Bowl affect most directly

central plains. apex bisches

Who of the following is not known for being a songwriter Cecil Sharp Stephen Foster Woody Guthrie or Bob Dylan

Cecil Sharp

What is jamming in World War 2

Jamming is a radio transmission deliberately sent out to disrupt the enemy's communications.

What actors and actresses appeared in Roots Music Americana - 2011

The cast of Roots Music Americana - 2011 includes: David Reddix

What are the most closely describes a good country song

It is simple and direct

When Cecil Sharp came to America to collect songs he found bluegrass music.

False (APEX)

The first professional songwriter in the United States was

Stephen foster

Which statement is an inference about The Odyssey

The cyclops reflects negative cultural values of ancient Greece-Apex

Folk singers in the 1930s became involved in many social causes. Many of them became supporters of a particular political system. Which of these was it

Communism

What statement about the pedal steel guitar is true

all of the above (apex)

Which one of these is not a characteristic of folk music

Folk music was invented in the 1930s by Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger.

How many strings does a typical acoustic guitar have

six

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