Whole noteQuarter note32nd note
It's a quarter note.
This is the bass clef.
Pianissimo is softer than mezzo piano.
The correct answer is ③.
That's a tie.
Dal segnoDa capoDee Ess
Dal segno (commonly paired with "al coda").
Making the blood boilAt medium speedViolently
At medium speed.
Fagotto (singular form of fagotti) is the Italian term for bassoon.
D majorE majorB major
G-sharp minorD minorC minor
B minorG-sharp minorF minor
B minor (whose relative major is D major, with two sharps in its key signature).
A majorC majorG major
This is the V chord (dominant chord) of C major.
This is dorian mode.
5/4, followed by 6/412/8, followed by 9/811/4 the whole way through
5/4, followed by 6/4 (although the original version indicated longer measures in 11/4).
Pachelbel's CanonDido's Lament (Purcell)Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor (Bach)
It's Pachelbel's Canon.
Symphonie Fantastique (Berlioz)Symphony No. 41 (Mozart)Symphony No. 5 (Beethoven)
This is from Beethoven's 5th Symphony.
Für Elise (Beethoven)Moonlight Sonata (Beethoven)Clair de Lune (Debussy)
This is Beethoven's Für Elise.
Only A True Musician Can Get 17/17 On This Music Notation Quiz
You got a few of these questions right, but you definitely need to brush up your music skills. It looks like you've forgotten a lot since those piano lessons that your parents spent so much money on.
You got more correct answers than average, which means you probably used to know something related to music. But it's been a while since you actually put those skills to good use. Why not start it up again? If music be the food of love, play on!
You answered everything with almost no problems, which means that music must be a big part of your daily life. You can't imagine a life without music!
This post was translated from Japanese.