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Gradually louder Crescendo
Gradually softer Decrescendo
Degrees of loudness or softness in music Dynamics
Forte (f) Loud
Fortissimo (ff) Very Loud
Distance in pitch between any two tones Interval
Moderately loud (mf) Mezzo Forte
Moderately soft (mp) Mezzo piano
Interval between two tones in which the higher tone has twice the frequency of the lower tone Octave
Pianissimo (pp) Very soft
Distance between the highest and lowest tones that a given voice or instrument can produce Pitch range
Relative highness of lowness of a sound Pitch
Vibrations that are transmitted, usually through air, to the eardrum, which sends impulses to the brain Sound
Quality of sound that distinguishes one instrument or voice from another Tone Color
Sound that has a definite pitch or frequency Tone
Created by: dance54