WORLD MUSIC HOMEWORK

Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers.

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1. Two examples of Latin American Music are and

2. Both of these involve playing instruments

3. Instruments you would hear in a Samba band: CABASSA, WOOD, DRUM,

4. In Ghanian drum ensembles, rhythms are played repetitively. This is called a

5. Traditional South American music is played on

6. In Caribbean music you would expect to hear a group playing

7. These instruments are made from drums.

8. The rhythms played are usually very

9. The Sitar and Tabla are traditional instruments from

10. The Sitar is a type of

11. The Tabla is a type of

12. An Indonesia Orchestra is called a

13. In most world music, performers have a different number of beats in the bar from each other. This is called