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*band terms*

same pitch but different names Enharmonic
the distance between pitches interval
the distance from one pitch to the next closest pitch half step
the distance from one pitch to another two half steps whole step
emphasize the note (louder) accent
^ housetop accent short fat not half value
> an accent 3/4 value starts loud and fades away
what is tempo speed
allegro fast tempo
moderato medium tempo
andante slow tempo
light and separated (half value) staccato
smooth and connected (full value) tenuto
f-forte loud
mf-mezzo forte medium loud
mp-mezzo piano medium soft
p-piano soft
crescendo start soft gradually get louder
decrescendo start loud and gradually get softer
# sharp-raises pitch a 1/2 step
flat-lower the pitch by a 1/2 step
natural sign- cancels sharps and flats
accidental carries throughout the measure
slur curved line connecting two or more different notes
tie curved line connecting two or more of the same notes
most important tone quality
Created by: ejmroxz