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Vocab Words Chorus

By Asia Lawson

Beat A steady, underlying pulse
Rythem A pattern performed over a beat
Major Tonic Triad Consists of Do-Mi-So or a 1st, 3rd, 5th scale degree in major
Forte Loud
Staccato Short, separated sound
Minor Tonic Triad Consists of La-Do-Mi or 1st, 3rd, 5th degree in Minor
Piano Soft
Legato Smooth, connected sound
Dominant The major V chord in major consisting of So-Re-Ti (Fa can be included)
Mezzo Medium
Ostinato A repeating motiff, phrase, or pattern in music
Marcato A note, chord, or passage that is forcefully louder than the music surrounding it
Harmony Any simultaneous combination of tones, mostly arranged into choral structures
Crescendo Gradually getting louder
Bass line The root notes of the harmonies/chords in a piece of music
Accent A symbol showing that a note is louder than the notes surrounding it
Tempo How fast or slow the beat or pulse goes
Cadence The end of a melodic or harmonic phrase in music
Decrescendo Gradually getting softer
Diction How we pronounce and articulate words and vowels
Tenuto Indicates to play a note slightly longer or louder than it would normally be played
Created by: Peaches123