Assessment: Musique Concrète Q1 of 5: Where did Musique Concrète begin? In the radio studios at Cologne in Germany. In the Paris studios founded by Pierre Schaeffer. In London at the BBC. In America.The correct answer is In the Paris studios founded by Pierre Schaeffer.Q2 of 5: Is the following TRUE?: Pierre Schaeffer and his colleagues were fascinated by sounds and the way in which sounds had their own life, when separated from the object that created them. Yes NoThe correct answer is yesQ3 of 5: Key manipulations in Musique Concrète are: Splice, reverse, time-stretch and loop. Generating sounds. Filtering and splicing. None. It does not involve manipulations.The correct answer is Splice, reverse, time-stretch and loop.Q4 of 5: What does a Splice do? It is a process of cutting the sound, in which the composer selects the most significant parts of the recording and brings them together. It is a manipulation which changes the pitch of a sound. It flips the sound so that it plays backwards. It repeats the sound, again and again and again and again…The correct answer is It is a process of cutting the sound, in which the composer selects the most significant parts of the recording and brings them together.Q5 of 5: Complete the sentence: Musique Concrète is …. Not about simply presenting pre-recorded soundscapes, but in telling a story through control and manipulation of these pre-recorded soundscapes. Begun with pure, simple generated sounds which build into more complex structures. Not so interested in focusing on where sounds come from, but what they can turn them into. The art of recording outside of the studio.The correct answer is Not so interested in focusing on where sounds come from, but what they can turn them into.Complete!