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Terms For Chrous

Chrous: Terms for Mrs.Belch

What Is a beat? is a steady pulse of all music.
What is a quarter note? note is one beat of sound.
What is a quarter rest? rest is one beat silence.
What is a barline? is a vertical line that groups notes and rests together.
What is a measure? is the space between the barlines.
What is a meter? is a way of organizing rhythm.
What is time signature? is a set of numbers at the beginning of a piece of music.
What is a staff? has 5 lines and 4 spaces on which notes are written.
What is a clef? is a symbol at the beginning of a staff that indicates which lines and spaces represents notes.
What is a treble clef? generally indicates notes higher than the middle c.
What is a grand staff? is created when 2 staves are pined together.
What is a scale? is a group of pitches which are sung or played in sections on and are based on a particular home tone (tonic).
What is a key? is determined by its home tone or tonic.
What is rhythm? is a combination of long short notes and rests?
What is a half note? represents two beats of sound.
What is a half rest? represents two beats of silence.
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