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Chorus test terms fo

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steady pulse of all music Beat
one beat of sound Quarter note
one beat of silence Quarter rest
vertical line that groups notes and rests together Barline
the space between the barlines Measure
way of organizing rhythm Meter
set of numbers at the beginning of a piece of music Time signature
five lines and four spaces on which notes are written Staff
symbol at the beginning of a staff that indicates which lines and spaces represent which notes Clef
clef that generally indicates notes that sound higher than middle C Treble clef
a clef that generally indicates notes that sound lower than middle C Bass clef
a staff that is created when two staves are joined together Grand staff
group of pitches which are sung or played in succession and are based on a particular home tone (tonic) Scale
determined by its home tone or tonic Key
combination of long and short notes and rests Rhythm
note that represents two beats of sound Half note
rest that represents two beats of silence Half rest
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