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Rudiment Fundemental notes and patterens
March Song that occurs over a repeated drum pattern
poco little by little
rit. gradually slow down
Maestoso Majesticlly
pp pianotissimo
p piano
mp mesto piano
mf mesto forte (for-teh)
f forte (for-teh)
ff fortisimo (for-teh-isih-mo)
fp fortepiano (for-teh-pee-ano)
crescendo slowly getting louder
decrescendo slowly getting softer
slur smooth and connected without tougue
tenuto smooth and connected with toungue
staccatto sepereated
accent short burst of air
marcato firm toungue
legato smooth
contabalie singing style
augmented melody longer version of the melody
div. divide parts
sim. continued
Wakarathe a song from the Kikuyu tribe of kenya
Abot Tangewuo a song from the Kipsigis tribe of Kenya, and is sung during a game during similar to duck duck goose
listesso tempo same tempo
may day carol the opening melody of two british folk song
early one morning the second melody of two british folk songs
leading tone 7th note of scale
Dominant 5th note of scale
Sub Dominant 4th note of the scale
Tonic 1rst note of the scale
Octive 8th note of scale
Created by: jimplain