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KMMS Chorus 2013 Cha

TermDefinition
Posture the way that we sit or stand when we sing
Bar Line separates the notes into groups and measures
Double Bar Line ends the song or a section of the song
Repeat sign repeats a section of the song
Fermata hold a note for two times the value
Key Signature indicates where "Do" or tonic is located on the staff
Time Signature indicates how many beats are in a measure
Duple Meter music divided in groups of two
Triple Meter music divided in groups of three
Diction the way the words are pronounced
Dictation writing down the music you hear in note form
Staff five lines and four spaces where music is written
Treble Clef indicates higher notes, sopranos and altos sing on this clef
Bass Clef indicates lower notes, tenors and basses sing on this clef
Quarter Note 1 beat of sound
Quarter Rest 1 beat of silence
Half Note 2 beats of sound
Half Rest 2 beats of silence
Whole Note 4 beats of sound
Whole Rest 4 beats of silence
Eighth Note 1/2 a beat of sound
Eighth Rest 1/2 a beat of silence
Created by: nbelch