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1. In 2/4 time the Long Roll is played as:

      1. eighth notes.
      2. sixteenth notes.
      3. thirty-second notes.


2. Playing in compound time, a Long Roll over nine beats would have:

1. 49 strokes.
2. 50 strokes.
3. 65 strokes.


3. Which of the follow would we NOT interpret as a 7-Stroke roll?

    1. 1    2. 2    3. 3


4. A "3-Stroke Roll" is also known as:

      1. A Flam.
      2. A Dragg.
      3. None of the above.


5. An "on-beat" 5-Stroke Roll starting with the "right" hand will:

      1. End on the left hand.
      2. End on a "subdivision" of the beat.
      3. End on the "division" of the beat.


6. In compound time a 13-Stroke Roll is played:

      1. As thirty-second notes.
      2. For three beats.
      3. As two strokes on each subdivision of the beat.


7. In compound time which tied note group would not be considered a 5-Stroke Roll?

    1. 1    2. 2    3. 3


8. Which of the following are not found within a Long Roll?

      1. A Flam.
      2. A 9-Stroke Roll.
      3. None of the above.


9. A 17-Stroke Roll starting and ending on the beat would be played in:

      1. Compound Duple Time.
      2. Simple Triple Time.
      3. None of the above.


10. A 13-Stroke Roll starting and ending on the beat would be played in:

      1. Compound Triple Time.
      2. Simple Duple Time.
      3. Simple Triple Time.



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